The February Issue –– WE'RE BACK

 

dear members of the IDOCDE community,

the year is 2021 (which, i'm sure, you noticed). we thought we'd start with a check-in, a belated new year’s reflection kind-of thing. please read The February Issue of the IDOCDE editorial for suggestions and directions. we'd LOVE you to join us in this.

in other words, some of you might be happy to learn that we've begun working towards the 2021 IDOCDE symposium. more information regarding the upcoming symposium will be released beginning of March.

 

 

thank you for your time and attention,
pavleheidler for Team IDOCDE


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