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POST 01289E: TECHNET WEBSITE KEEPS PACE 10 JULY 2008 ******************************************* The TechNet team is happy to announce the launch of the new website and invite you to visit it at: The website has a totally new look and feel to it. It is easily navigable and the content caters to both the expert and the general browser. The premium features include: Ø Enhanced Forum System to facilitate your archive-browsing experience and enable quick data retrieval. The PHP BB forum link enables the reader to use the built-in search function and access the entire archives dating back to 2001. Ø Expert Database with open-access registration and search facility. Provides a fully searchable interface both for those searching for work, and projects or organizations looking for experts to assist them. Register now with the database of experts and match your skill sets to work opportunities. Ø A sophisticated site-wide Search Tool that combs the technet pages, mail archives and documents. You can search using key terms, author name, title, etc. Ø A searchable Events Calendar listing out all the important immunization meetings and conferences. You can add your own events to the list. Ø Photo submissions ([][/email]). Send us your immunization-related images for the photo bank. The best ones will be posted on the website with a reference to you and your organisation. Ø Diverse and up-to-date News Features. Your single source access to the latest in immunization news, covering vaccine research, hybrid energy, morbidity, EPI projects in various countries, government policy, etc. Ø List of immunization-related Acronyms and a Dictionary of Immunization Terms. A comprehensive list of all acronyms related to immunization. The dictionary defines commonly known and lesser- known immunization terms. Ø Researched Articles. Every month, the website will carry a well-researched article related to immunization. The subject could be historical or a current topic of interest. Readers are invited to send in their contributions. Please let us have your responses ([][/email]) to the new website. It will continue to evolve; this is just the beginning. Post generated using Mail2Forum (

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