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Help us assess how tech savvy CoDA's membership is.
The Communications Committee's goal is to facilitate the exchange of information and educate the membership on goings-on at different levels of the Fellowship. We share information from Board actions to picnics to Conventions.
Although we operate on the assumption that most of us have a computer and internet access, and that we're all comfortable with .TXT files, .PDF files, and URLs, we need to get your honest feedback at the most basic, individual member level.
Please tell us your impression of your group as well as your impression of your area. How large is your group on average, and how many of them don't have a computer, or don't like using a computer, or don't know what an attachment is or how to get to a URL with confidence? It would help to have actual numbers for your home group as well as the larger area around you, for example, 9 of 10 in our group are comfortable using computers, but in our area overall, 80% of the people are comfortable using computers.
Your answers are important, and they may make us change the way future communications are devised and sent out.
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