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 2020 January

GSH Editorial Committee is happy to present new Web Journal format!

A few hints on the functionality that we've put into our Web engine:

  • Get familiar with the function menu on the left and navigation pane on the bottom. Note that position of the menu can change depending on your browser/device. Be sure to check out auto-two-page view when rotating your device!
  • You can always zoom in/out of content by mouse click.
  • Use easy navigation by clicking on desired page from bottom panel, or viewing Journal contents from the function menu. You can also check Thumbnails from the same menu.
  • Settings option from the function menu will help you to adjust Zoom options. Another important feature here is Page transition. Choose Slide or Flip for 2-page view and Presentation for a single page.
  • Use Download button to get a PDF copy of the Journal on your device.
  • Clipping tool can help you to cut desired area of the Journal into a picture.

We hope that you are going to enjoy the new GSH Web Journal as much as we do. If you have any suggestions or recommendations, your feedback would be greatly appreciated at

Word From the Board - January 2020

By: Peter Duncan, President-Elect

I am the “new kid on the block” of this Board. They call me “President-in-Training”. It is often said that turnabout is fair play, so I guess President Beasley is having his day. He served as President-Elect on my SEG Board back in 2003 and now our roles are reversed. I am trying to remember if I treated him well ... I am sure I did … I sure hope I did. 
This is my first time sitting on the GSH Board. I was Continuing Ed Chair way back in ~1987 but did not attend Board meetings. In association with running the Challenge Bowl at the Spring Symposium, I have had the chance to see how that committee works and that has given me a flavor of the GSH style (pretty laid back, mostly very collegial). So, for the present, I view my role as an opportunity to listen and soak up as much as I can about the real issues facing the Board and the Society, so that I can be prepared to tackle them come next July when it is my turn to hold the gavel.
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