The Communications Committee is an oversight committee to coordinate and standardize RTAM’s communications in the areas of KIT, Public Relations, and Website. Its membership is composed the chairs of those three committees. Its work is reflected in the work of the three committees it coordinates.
February 2021 Highlights
The Communications committee met via Zoom on February.
The KIT editor, Doreen Sage has begun the process of transferring much of the work involved in producing KIT to the office staff. Letters to the Editor are welcomed. The policy for Letters to the Editor to be posted will be published in KIT soon. Some of the stories that were sent into the PR for inclusion in the anthology that they are assembling, will also be published in KIT. The PR Committee is still looking for more submissions. Please consider writing down some of your great stories about your teaching career and sending them in.
The website is becoming more user friendly and informative. Visit it to find out what RTAM is doing and to keep current on COVID 19 issues.
Committee Chair & Member/s
- Beth Smith (Dauphin)
- Guy Hansen (Winnipeg)
Committee Report to the 2020 RTAM AGM
RTAM Communication Committee Report for 2019-2020
The Communications Committee is an oversight committee to coordinate and standardize RTAM’s communications in the areas of KIT, Public Relations, and Website. Its membership is composed of the chairs of those three committees. Its work is reflected in the work of the three committees it coordinates.It also makes general recommendations to the Board. For example the move away from paper usage to electronic media for Board works was a recommendation from the joint meeting the Chairs of the three Committees; KIT, Public Relations and Website. It is also the Committee, working in unison with the three sub Committees that is dealing with the 2018 AGM motion.
COVID -19 has altered the way we were able to get our job done. With electronic media at out disposal very soon we will be able operate in a somewhat differing way. Thanks to Doreen Sage, chairperson for KIT and to Guy Hanson, chairperson for Public Relations.Submitted by Ralph Cibula, chairperson of the Website Committee.