Making Curriculum Pop

Limit E-mail or Unjoin

Some people are not interested in receiving broadcast e-mails, and sadly some folks join our community and find they are not down with MC POP - either way, we're sad to see you go.

You need to know that I (Ryan) don't have any control over your profile, setting or status here on MC POP!

When you join Ning it is like joining Facebook. As a Ning member I can join a gazillion sub Nings - for example I'm a member of Classroom 2.0, English Companion Ning and Comics International. If I want to leave one or all of those groups I have to go to my Ning main page or I have to manage my membership within the specific Ning network I'm working with.

First, if you still want to have access to MC POP but don't want broadcast e-mails, I believe you can Control which emails you receive on a Ning Network or Control your email settings and messages.

If you want to leave this Ning altogether you need to visit - From there you should be able to log into your account.

At your Ning login page there is a help icon at the bottom of the page. I did some surfing there and and found these two links that might be helpful.

Manage Ning Networks you have joined or created


How do I deactivate my Ning account?

From Ning...

If you ever decide you don't want to use any of the social networks on Ning anymore, we can disable your account for you. For security reasons, we are not able to delete any of the content that you have added to the social networks you belong to. You will need to delete your own content. You can do this by leaving each social network you belong to. Repeat this process for all social networks you are a member of. After you have deleted yourself from all your social networks, sign in to and click Settings in the top right corner of the page. From here, select the "Deactivate" tab and click the link to the Help Center to submit your deactivation request.

We're sad to see people leave the MC POP community but I certainly hope you had a nice time while you were here!

Stay Groovy and "teach the children well!"

Ryan Goble


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