This is a long shot - anybody here got a copy of Volume 15 Edition 1 of TESL Canada Journal and a scanner?
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This is a long shot - anybody here got a copy of Volume 15 Edition 1 of TESL Canada Journal and a scanner? DC

Have you tried Google Scholar?

Laura
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This is a long shot - anybody here got a copy of Volume 15 Edition 1 of TESL Canada Journal and a scanner? DC

Have you tried Google Scholar?

Thanks Laura, yes I have, and I'm reasonably confident that the paper I want in the TESL Canada Journal isn't online. I can order it from Canada, but I'd like to get a copy in the next few days if I can.

DC
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Thanks Laura, yes I have, and I'm reasonably confident that ... copy in the next few days if I can. DC

You probably already know that there is a 1-800 number available. A call in the morning, explaining the reason for haste, may produce a welcome surprise. Canadians take language very seriously.

1-800 won't be of any advantage to the Cat, calling from deepest Cheshire.
DC - if you need to phone the US or Canada, now or for your forthcoming trip, take a look at
http://www.telediscount.co.uk/index2.php - 2p per minute at all times. It's not the most convenient way, but at these prices, who cares?

David
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Thanks Laura, yes I have, and I'm reasonably confident that ... copy in the next few days if I can. DC

You probably already know that there is a 1-800 number available. A call in the morning, explaining the reason for haste, may produce a welcome surprise. Canadians take language very seriously.

I'll give it a go again (I've got the answerphone a few times)- their morning is my late afternoon. The online ordering involves sending an ordinary email with credit cards details, which is not something I feel entirely confident with.
Cheers
DC
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You probably already know that there is a 1-800 number ... may produce a welcome surprise. Canadians take language very seriously.

1-800 won't be of any advantage to the Cat, calling from deepest Cheshire. DC - if you need to phone ... at http://www.telediscount.co.uk/index2.php - 2p per minute at all times. It's not the most convenient way, but at these prices, who cares?

Thanks for that David, I'll give it a go. I'm guessing 1-800 is a cheap long-distance call in the States and Canada? Looking at the web site again, I'm pretty certain that was the number I got through on from the UK. I'll definitely try telediscount tomorrow - assuming the couple of academics I emailed to try and track the paper down don't come up trumps.
Cheers
DC
You probably already know that there is a 1-800 number ... may produce a welcome surprise. Canadians take language very seriously.

I'll give it a go again (I've got the answerphone a few times)- their morning is my late afternoon. The online ordering involves sending an ordinary email with credit cards details, which is not something I feel entirely confident with.

Nor should anyone. One method that is semi-secure is to break the number into two or more parts and email them separately.
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I'll give it a go again (I've got the answerphone a few times)- their morning is my late afternoon. The online ordering involves sending an ordinary email with credit cards details, which is not something I feel entirely confident with.

"Answerphone" is, I gather from Google, an answering machine for the telephone, or a kind of "voicemail." It can also work somehow with email.
My questions (non-US): has this term put the terms "answering machine" and "voicemail" out of business, so to speak, leaving "Answerphone" as the generic? And is "Answerphone" only for mobile phones? Finally, are the sample messages (from the callee to the caller) popular? (See > http://www.answerphone.co.nz/ >)
My questions (US): Is there "Answerphone" in the US? Is this yet another thing I haven't kept up with and don't know? Do our cell phones have something similar? What about home phones can incoming messages be hooked up with email?
All: Do you use a special message for callers, or do you use something dull, boring, and uninteresting (as we, the Conlons, do)? Our answering machine is for our home phone, and it uses a "canned" message that is, we didn't record it; it came with the phone. Our cell phones are un-messaged. They are for emergencies only, and are turned off unless we want to make a call. We have not yet made it into the 90s, let alone the 21st Century. I have a feeling that's unusual for an aue'er (Oops! That's AUEer, I've been told.)
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