Ontario Association of Junior Educators
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OAJE ON THE WEB
With the release of this website, OAJE has made communication among its members more social. In a traditional world, you have one webmaster whose job it is to do everything. This has always been a volunteer position given to one person who does the best job possible.
Social web services are a key component to this makeover. More than one person will have access to this Google Site to keep the content current. In addition, social accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Delicious have been created to allow you and other Ontario educators to build and share a constantly growing and sharing environment. Here's what you can do to help.