|From the Civic Education Project
Newsletter, Volume 2, Number 1, Fall 1995
continues to expand its on-line presence and its
use of the Internet as a tool for linking
educators, scholars and students in Eastern
Europe and the NIS with their counterparts in the
CEP's World Wide Web site
(http://cep.yale.edu) has become a popular place
to turn for information about CEP's activities,
applications for its Visiting Faculty Fellow program,
and information about its partner universities.
The CEP Web site contains all the information and
documents necessary to apply for a teaching
position with CEP; an electronic version of this
newsletter; and pointers to many of the 70
universities where CEP currently teaches. In the
first two weeks after the site became active on
CEP's new server (cep.yale.edu), close to 800
people visited the site from 30 countries. Almost
300 of these visitors downloaded the application
materials for CEP's Visiting Faculty Fellow Program.
The Web site will also contain in the coming
weeks more detailed information on CEP's new
On-Line Mentors program, linking scholars and
students in Eastern Europe with specific research
interests with counterparts in the U.S. and
elsewhere in the West.
The new address for our automated mailing
lists is: firstname.lastname@example.org. Currently CEP
hosts six public lists on topics from higher
education to job opportunities in the region. CEP
also maintains a list to distribute major
announcements to those interested in the mission
of CEP. For a full list of the available topics,
send mail to the above address with the word
'LISTS' in the body of the message.
We look forward to seeing you on-line!