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This page is provided to link to various newsletters received from affiliated organisations and other sources.
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This page is provided to link to various newsletters received from PCUG itself, affiliated organisations, and other sources.
   
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Please note that many of these newsletters are stored in the secure members area on our web server, and you will be asked to login there to access these.
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== [http://www.pcug.org.au/wp/member-services-2/newsletter PCUG Newsletters] ==
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* viewable from the main PCUG website
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* You will need your PCUG username and password to login.
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== [http://www.apcug.net APCUG] ==
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Newsletters from the (American based) ''[http://www.apcug.net Association of Personal Computer User Groups]'':
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; 2013
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: [http://reports.apcug.org APCUG Reports]: [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/APCUG2013q1.pdf Q1], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/APCUG2013q2.pdf Q2], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/APCUG2013q3.pdf Q3]
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: NOOZ: [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/NOOZ_Jan13.pdf Jan], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/NOOZ_Feb13.pdf Feb], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/NOOZ_Jul13.pdf Jul], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/NOOZ_Advisors13.pdf Advisors].
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; 2012
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: [http://reports.apcug.org APCUG Reports]: [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/APCUG2012q1.pdf Q1], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/APCUG2012q2.pdf Q2]
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: NOOZ: [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/NOOZ_Jul12.pdf Jul], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/NOOZ_Aug12.pdf Aug], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/NOOZ_Oct12.pdf Oct], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/NOOZ_Nov12.html Nov].
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; 2011
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: NOOZ: [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/NOOZ_Sep11.pdf Sep], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/NOOZ_Dec11.pdf Dec].
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See also their details on [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/APCUG/NOOZ_Nov12_Offer.pdf What We Offer] (received Nov 2012).
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== [http://www.ascca.org.au ASCCA]==
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Newsletters from the ''[http://www.ascca.org.au Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association]'':
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; 2013
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: [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Jan13.pdf Jan], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Feb13.pdf Feb], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Mar13.pdf Mar], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_May13.pdf May], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Jun13.pdf Jun], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Jul13.pdf Jul].
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Competitions: [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Photo_Comp13.pdf Photo]
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; 2012
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: [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Feb12.pdf Feb], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Mar12.pdf Mar], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_May12.pdf May], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Jun12.pdf Jun], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Jul12.pdf Jul], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Aug12.pdf Aug], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Sept12.pdf Sept], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Oct12.pdf Oct], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Nov12.pdf Nov], [https://www.tip.net.au/pcug/members/newsletters/ASCCA/ASCCA_Dec12.pdf Dec].
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== [http://www.connectingup.org Connecting Up/DonorTec] ==
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Connecting Up is a not-for-profit organisation that works to unleash the power of not-for-profits in Australia and New Zealand. DonorTec provides donated and discounted technology products and services from companies such as Microsoft, Cisco, Symantec, Sophos and Kaspersky to eligible income tax exempt (ITE) Australian nonprofit groups. Through this program your nonprofit can access the latest products. See their [http://www.connectingup.org website] for further details.
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== [http://www.hobartpcgroup.org.au Hobart Computer Users Group] ==
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Their latest newsletter is available online at [http://newsletter.hobartpcgroup.org.au http://newsletter.hobartpcgroup.org.au]
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[[Category:Newsletters]]
 
[[Category:Newsletters]]

Latest revision as of 13:36, 4 August 2014

This page is provided to link to various newsletters received from PCUG itself, affiliated organisations, and other sources.

Please note that many of these newsletters are stored in the secure members area on our web server, and you will be asked to login there to access these.

PCUG Newsletters

  • viewable from the main PCUG website
  • You will need your PCUG username and password to login.


APCUG

Newsletters from the (American based) Association of Personal Computer User Groups:

2013
APCUG Reports: Q1, Q2, Q3
NOOZ: Jan, Feb, Jul, Advisors.
2012
APCUG Reports: Q1, Q2
NOOZ: Jul, Aug, Oct, Nov.
2011
NOOZ: Sep, Dec.

See also their details on What We Offer (received Nov 2012).

ASCCA

Newsletters from the Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association:

2013
Jan, Feb, Mar, May, Jun, Jul.

Competitions: Photo

2012
Feb, Mar, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sept, Oct, Nov, Dec.

Connecting Up/DonorTec

Connecting Up is a not-for-profit organisation that works to unleash the power of not-for-profits in Australia and New Zealand. DonorTec provides donated and discounted technology products and services from companies such as Microsoft, Cisco, Symantec, Sophos and Kaspersky to eligible income tax exempt (ITE) Australian nonprofit groups. Through this program your nonprofit can access the latest products. See their website for further details.

Hobart Computer Users Group

Their latest newsletter is available online at http://newsletter.hobartpcgroup.org.au



Please include a link to [[Category:Newsletters]] at the bottom of any page you create in this area.

Please also note that information published on this wiki is viewable by anyone. Please ensure any copyright on content added here grants permission for this. Otherwise save the actual item in the secure members server which restricts access to members only, and just link to it from here.