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    terms

    when asked to use threaded discussion, forums, asynchronous communication, and feedback in response to a question, does it mean to use the words or a discription of what the word means.

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    Re: terms

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    Use the words, I believe, Rusty. It's difficult to see how you could use a 'forum' itself in a response to a question.
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