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To keep the group professionally useful, group members are expected to adhere to the guidelines contained herein. NAPC members who do not follow the guidelines may have their group privileges suspended.
The organization or institution of higher learning is clearly identified.
The survey or research request is prefaced by a clear explanation of the intent of the research and the anticipated product.
The topic clearly relates to historic districts and/or commissions/staff.
A survey from a student has the faculty advisor’s endorsement.
The research related posting has been approved by NAPC’s Education Committee.
The posting includes a disclaimer that it is forwarded as a courtesy and does not imply NAPC endorsement or support.
The person/organization using NAPC-L to facilitate their research is a member of NAPC.
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