Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Everyone loves a good pdf. Right?

I have started working on a project that I hope will be helpful to anyone who may stumble across my blog. If you are an x ray student that you are absorbed in information so please take this for what it is worth. I plan on adding a few pdf. files for you reading and studying enjoyment. What is a pdf. you say? For those of you who may not know. A pdf. file that is a file that is easy to read. If you really want to know more follow the embedded link and enjoy. If you already know what a pdf. file is thank you for humoring me. One more thing about pdf. files for the newbie is that you will need to have adobe acrobat reader installed on your computer. this program gives you read only rights to the pdf. files for free. (Link will be provided.)
With that said I have planned to turn some of my more helpful study guides into public information. Of course nothing in these files will be copy righted material but thay just might be helpful. In addition to my classroom study guides I have prepared a few of my own documents that I will also place on this blog. Of course these will all be radiography related.
If you have any similar information that you would like to contribute please feel free to contact me and we can work something out. Or if you have any suggestions as to a topics for a pdf. file that you would like to have developed you can contact me via e-mail or here in the blog.


CTDave95 said...

Looking forward to your .pdf files. Enjoy your blog!! Will add it to Dave's Places In Radiology Student Page, and Radiology Ramblings


ArizonaDB said...

Hey Dan,

So how is school going? you must be getting close to taking the registry if you havent taken it already. I've been a bit neglectful of my blog lately and just updated it for the first time since March 25th. Shame on me. Anyway, I enjoy reading your blog and am looking forward to an update soon.

Good luck on all your tests. I have my registry review class next semester (starting in Aug) and from what Ive heard its pretty tough, so I better get the old nose to the grind stone once again.

take care,

Mountain Imaging