CTA's Distribution Officer heads for the sun
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CTA. 1991. CTA's Distribution Officer heads for the sun. Spore 32. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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When you receive your regular copy of Spore every two months, do you stop to think of the multiplicity of tasks involved in the preparation of such an information bulletin? Spore seeks to provide information on important issues, to keep abreast of...
When you receive your regular copy of Spore every two months, do you stop to think of the multiplicity of tasks involved in the preparation of such an information bulletin? Spore seeks to provide information on important issues, to keep abreast of current affairs and to raise awareness, all of which demands effective cooperation between documentalists, agriculturalists, journalists, designers, photographers and printers. Thanks to them, Spore is published: but publication alone is not enough. Periodicals are written for the benefit of their readers, who must be identified and whose postal address labels (20,000 in the case of Spore) must be sent to the distributors every time a new issue appears. Since Spore began publication, this behind-the-scenes task has been performed by Mrs Wietske Rijks. Mrs Rijks has recently decided to follow her professional activities in Niger with a Dutch technical assistance programme, and now that she has chosen to follow the sun we have decided to bring her out of the shadows. Her torch has been passed to Mr Nicolaas Roskam. We all wish to thank Mrs Rijks for her past work and we wish her every success in her new position.
SubjectsINFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT;
- CTA Spore (English)