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  1. What is this website about and how was it developed?
    For the answers to this and other similar questions, I’ll refer you to About this site.
  2. Are there any costs or conditions to using this website?
    You may use this website for your personal use or to augment teaching or training free of cost ONLY IF you are not receiving financial benefit from it (e.g., charging for consultation, training, etc.). You may not charge a fee for services provided using this website. If you wish to use this in any other way, you may contact Rebecca Toporek directly for permission and will be required to pay a small fee based on the conditions of use.
  3. Is consultation or in person training available?
    Training and consultation services on a very limited basis. If you are interested in arranging this, you may contact me by e-mail. Please indicate your intent in the subject line of the e-mail. The fee will be determined based on a case by case basis.
  4. Can I contact you for specific information for help writing papers?
    Due to high demand, I am unable to respond to most individual requests for specific information and resources. I have attempted to provide as many resources as possible on this web site. I encourage you to use alternative resources, such as, database literature searches, library resources, interlibrary loan, your colleagues, and professional association listserves.
  5. Can you define some of the terms used?
    I have started a list of terms with the definitions. If you come across a term that you believe should be included in this list, please contact me to suggest its inclusion.

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