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A status stream consisting of brief updates.

For deeper content, head over to our blog.

  • A dedicated “Testimonials” page was added to the site about an hour ago. We will include more (selected) testimonials over the coming week and when we receive more feedback in the future.

  • Today we redesigned the blog page so that the posts are ordered according to the dates when they were reviewed and updated, instead of the dates they were originally written. In addition, the post announcing the Q4 2020 upgrade of CPHQ Tutor is now highlighted (you can’t miss it!).

  • We just updated the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.

  • A “Search” page has just been added to the site. The search function will provide results from all non-protected web pages of the CPHQ Tutor website, excluding this microblog.

  • Having transferred most content intended for the blog, we will add a search function to the website within the next 24 hours.

  • We continue to make steady progress in migrating content to the new CPHQ Tutor blog.

    Our main challenge has been trying to maintain the links to existing pages. Though entirely anticipated, this task is consuming a considerable amount of man-hours.

  • This is the first post of our microblog, a newly-added feature of this website to keep folks frequently informed of updates.

    We are currently upgrading the CPHQ Tutor website. Due to its scale and complexity, this process is expected to take several weeks. During this transition period, you will see a mixture of old and new pages – we decided that this approach, though not ideal, was preferable to putting the site in maintenance mode intermittently or for a duration that is difficult to estimate. There will be no disruption in the delivery of content to members of the CPHQ Tutor site.

    We updated our “Contact” page yesterday, and set up our microblog today.

    If you have any questions about this upgrade of the site, or anything else about CPHQ Tutor, please fill out our new Email Form. We will respond in less than 24 hours.

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