Here are words from our hearts to yours. We have had an amazing time working with you over the years. It has been our privilege to be able to collaborate with you, support you and help you find ways to teach your content in the most effective way possible. We have enormous respect for your dedication to mastering the always-evolving ways to teach. We have been amazed, gratified, and impressed with your accomplishments and believe we have learned as much from you as you have from us. We have confidence that you will continue to seek out the best technology, the best pedagogy and the best course materials possible to ensure your students are successful. It has been an honor to work with you and we wish you well.
Mary Purvis, Kathi Baldwin, Nicole Duclos, and Tina Coulston
Okay, that’s the formal goodbye, but, it IS Friday, after all, and there are so many different ways to say goodbye. Here are a few of our favorites.
“Live long and prosper” from Star Trek:
“Here’s looking at you kid” from Casablanca:
“So long, farewell!” from the Sound of Music:
“I don’t want to go” from Dr. Who:
From Jim Carrrey at the end of the Truman Show:
“I hate goodbyes” from Dumb and Dumber:
Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn! from Gone with the Wind (A bit irreverent, but a classic, none-the-less!):
“Sunkmanitu Tanka Ob Waci” from Dances with Wolves:
“So long and thanks for all the fish!” from the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy:
“Don’t you, forget about me” from the Breakfast Club: