Connections Magazine Now Online as a Flip Book
By David Henahan, director of communications, Office of Communications and Government Relations
March 28, 2014
Connections magazine now is available online as a flip book. Now easier to read, navigate and share on the Internet, Connections continues to provide superb editorial content about the people and issues important to the college community.
The feature stories from the fall 2013 edition of Connections include “Profile of a New President,” by Helen Susan Edelman, “War Residencies: Bringing History to Life,” by Hope Ferguson, and “Alumni: By the Numbers,” an overview of the college’s more than 70,000 alumni by age, county of residence and the location where they studied.
Each page of the magazine is an individual webpage, or URL, which makes sharing specific stories and features possible. Bookmarks and thumbnail images of each page make for improved readability. Downloading and printing function like a pdf document.
Going forward, future editions of Connections will be posted online as a flip book.
Connections is available in its new format at http://www.esc.edu/news/magazines-journal/connections.
More of the college’s magazines and journals are available online at http://www.esc.edu/news/magazines-journal.
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