The Website and Beyond

Crago, Maureen
December 2004
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy;Dec2004, Vol. 25 Issue 4, preceding p177
Academic Journal
The article offers information about the Web site of the periodical "ANZJFT". Bruce Hat provided the first drive to have an online journal in the web. The Web master is David MacKay and moderators include Maria Nichterlein, Julie Burgess-Manning and Benjamin Hassen. In the site, selected papers are converted to PDF files to stimulate electronic discussions. In 2005, subscribers of the journal will be given an option to choose between hard-copy journals which will be posted through mail and electronic journals which will be accessed only in the secured area of the online site.


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