E-journal only members - heads up


#1

Heads up, don’t make my mistake. Make sure to download and save a copy of the ejournal each month. You’t won’t be able to go back and download it after it’s been replaced on the website. You have to buy a copy of the journal or wait for the updated DVD to become available.


#2

If an ejournal member fails to download or access the downloadable copy when it is posted, I can usually help them with the missed ejournal. But please don’t make a habit of failing to download the issue since my time as a volunteer is limited. As mentioned the ejournal is posted for downloading only for a limited time of about two months I believe.
Gary Muckel
IAA membership secretary


#3

Where is the link to the ejournal? That’s something I haven’t discovered yet.


#4

Strelok, you have to have an e-membership. Then you get an e-mail with a link and password every time a journal is published.
It is not accessible to people without an e-membership.
Means regular members do get the hardcopy and non-members have no access to any of the journals.


#5

Okay, I must have gotten my membership too late for the most recent issue, I’m all online


#6

IAA e-journal or not, all valuable data is prone to disappear from the Web.
If you find something interesting, download it as soon as you can. It may be gone tomorrow.


#7

Yes that is good advice.