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> The Christian Academic Network

> This open list supports the Critical Management Studies Division of the Academy of Management.

> Information and research network for any aspect of eighteenth century culture, literature, history, philosophy. Book reviews, research abstracts, info on conferences etc welcome.

> CABERNET brings together practioners, policy makers, regulators and academics to share information and identify best practice in brownfield regeneration aspects of sustainable urban land management

> Mailing list for cabernet related events

> The CAD-IN-DESIGN mailing list is used for the discussion of computer aided design in the product design workplace, with the mission of establishing how 'CAD' should be correctly employed in this specific workplace.

> This is an open discussion list on the role of Computers in Art & Design Education (CADE). A forum for the leading developments around the teaching of creative practices and the role of computer and communications technologies in traditional fields of art & design, the new media & performing arts.

> A meeting place for academics and others involved in organising and researching science engagement activities.

> This mailing list has been created to facilitate the sharing of information among Scottish colleges with an interest in research. The Colleges Action Inquiry Research Network (CAIRN) is hosted by the College Development Network (CDN). We welcome open discussion on a range of topics, but discourage direct sales or commercial activity.

> List for the core project team in the JISC-funded CAIRO project accross three institutions.

> This list is deliberatly narrow in its ambitions, namely to help those teaching financial accounting to make best use of all forms of Computer Assisted Learning. The list originator admits a bias to objective testing, computer-based assessment and Virtual Learning Environments, but it is hoped that the list will take on a life of its own.

> For the CALICE Speakers Bureau

> The aim of the List is to provide a community of information exchange and a discussion - a forum for teachers and learning support teachers (mainly in Scotland but not restricted to Scotland) who use Assistive Technology to support learners with additional support needs.

> The list serves professional archivists and other staff using the CALM archive management system. Axiell's software, CALM, is used to catalogue archives held in archive repositories and special libraries, etc. If you use CALM and would like to subscribe to this list, please register using your work email address.

> Discussion group for museum, library, archive and heritage professionals to share news across the University of Cambridge and local collections.

> Mailing list for Cambridge-INET news letters

> This is a dedicated mailing list for CAMHS professionals to enable them to discuss issues, exchange information, gain and provide support to peers, problem solve etc in order to develop culturally competent CAMHS services.

> List for researchers involved in evaluating the new initiative from the DofH to fund services for children with mental health problems.

> This list is to enable academics, postgraduate students, and others to discuss the current changes being proposed to higher education.

> List for discussing the implementation of Campus GRIDs

> Mailing list to support the usergroup for staff using the Learning Objects CampusPack collaboration tools. Please be aware that this list was set up to support UK educational institutions, and although we welcome contributions from global users, some discussions may be UK-centric.

> This list is for users of the CampusPress service that provides multi-site WordPress implementations for education. CampusPress are also the providers of the well-known EduBlogs platform.

> This is a mailing list to support the Jisc funded Change Agents' Network - a network which supports staff and students working in partnership to bring about change with technology.

> CANInet is a listserv for members and affiliates of the Collaborative Artful Narrative Inquiry network. All members and affiliates are committed to the development of narrative and other arts-based forms of human and more-than-human inquiry.

> For academics interested in changing the HE curriculum in order to encourage students to become more responsible for their own educational, professional and vocational development. Higher Education for Capability provides conferences and a journal on delivering capability via the curriculum.

> The list will complement the journal 'Capital and Class' (ISSN 0 309 8786) The intention is to have a forum for open discussion of research and teaching issues around marxist political economy.

> Working with the Heritage Lottery Fund, MDNW is starting a network for museums currently going through, or thinking of going through capital development projects.

> Computer Aided Production Management (CAPM) All aspects of the application of computers to production planning and control, including specification, design, new methods and technologies, implementation, management, human aspects, and links to the wider business such as CIM and BPR.

> This list is for members of the Carceral Geography Working Group.

> This list is to enable members of the Cardiff University Neuroscience Community (and collaborators) to exchange ideas for public engagment activities.

> Cardiff University Interdisciplinary Film Studies and Visual Cultural Research.

> Description: CARE4PhD is for career advisers who support PhD students and postdoctoral researchers. The list enables discussions and information sharing amongst its members.

> This list is used by Careers Professionals to discuss issues relating to the management and effective use of social media to engage our clients and stakeholders. The group also provides a forum to exchange new ideas and best practice with Careers staff with a particular responsibility for managing their Service's uses of social media.

> This discussion forum is for the Care Ethics Research Consortium members and allies to circulate information regarding care ethics.

> This list is used for announcements for the AHRC's 'Care for the Future: Thinking Forward through the Past' theme award holders and researchers. These communications may include information about theme events, award holder events, opportunities for networking and further awards, and other theme-related information.

> A list for Early Career Researchers undertaking research related to the Care for the Future theme. Research, activities, networking.

> For staff providing services to care leavers in Further and Higher Education, including advice, mentoring, support, financial benefits

> Provides a forum for critical researchers to debate caregiving issues, provides a link between the voluntary sector and academia, and to advertise caregiving events, publications, and projects.

> A place for researchers, carers, service users, third sector organisations, practitioners and policy makers to share and exchange information on the evidence base for carer services, research and policy

> This mailing list emerged from "Sub-theme 37: Futures and Ethics of Care: Reorganizing Work, Labour, and Life" at the 39th EGOS Colloquium in Cagliari. It aims to take our fruitful conversations and ambitions plans forward and lay the ground for a long-standing network of care scholars.

> The Carfree Research Network is a place for all researchers involved in the study of carfree cities and carfree areas to connect to share information and ideas, across national and disciplinary boundaries.

> This list is open for all members of the Society for Caribbean Studies based in the UK, as well as students and academics who are working on or interested in issues related to the Caribbean. The aim of the list is to facilitate discussion between the members on issues related to the Caribbean

> A moderated list to announce research jobs, studentships, conferences and workshops in:telecare, telehealth; assistive technology; inclusive design, and the accessibility of ICT.

> This list is for CARN members to discuss issues in Action Research ------11/10/2022 RETAIN LIST------ This list has been retained 11/10/2022 no one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. Contact help@jisc.ac.uk for all enquiries regarding this list

> The Computer Arts Society was founded in 1968.

> A discussion and information mailing list for the RSLP funded CASBAH project, Caribbean Studies - Black and Asian History. The project aims to identify and map national research resources for Caribbean Studies and the history of Black and Asian people in Britain. More details at www.casbah.ac.uk

> Research into the use of the case method in business and management education.

> List for those involved in development, evaluation and research of caseload midwifery.

> Discussion list for administrators who work in Counselling Services in HE, affiliated nationally.

> This list is for academic-licensed users of the CASTEP plane-wave DFT ab-initio modelling code. Discussions and queries on usage, tips, tools and enhancements are all welcome.

> List designed to inform the GridPP users of the RAL Castor services of any changes or outages that will affect the system availability This list has been retained 22/07/14. Existing subscribers may access archives, the list won't accept any new posts or subscribers.

> A list to discuss and share information, resources and training opportunities for library staff who catalogue or use metadata and who are based in Wales.

> The catalyst list is for people for the HEI's who received funding from RCUK for the public engagement with research Catalysts funding call. This new funding is intended to act as a catalyst for culture change within HEIs to help them embed public engagement with research within their policies, procedures and practices.

> Mailing list for Winners of Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) Award from Advance HE.

> The CAT Network seeks to be a space to foster greater collaboration between staff and students in Anthropology, Divinity, and beyond, who share a research interest in contemporary religion, ritual, belief, and doctrine.

> The Context-Based-Learning (CBL) mailing list is used to discuss and develop ways of renewing and improving the teaching of Physical Sciences in UK Higher Education. The CBL approach uses contexts, storylines and case-studies to present science to students in a way that facilitates learning and increases motivation. Sublist of physsci-education

> Crossing Biological Membranes is a network in Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy (IBBE)


> CCAP-LhARA-IB will be used for communication amongst the LhARA Institute Board members. A sub list of CCAP-LHARA

> List will be used for communication among the LhARA collaboration members. The LhARA collaboration is working to deliver the concept of the laser-hybrid accelerator that will serve the Ion Therapy Research Facility. This super list posts to the following sub-lists: CCAP-LHARA-OUTREACH-INVOLVEMENT, CCAP- LHARA-EB and CCAP-LHARA-DESIGNINTEGRATION, CCAP-LHARA-IONACOUSTIC, CCAP-LHARA-CAPTURE, CCAP-LHARA-PROJMANBRD, CCAP-LHARA-ENDSTATION, CCAL-LHARA-IB

> List will be used to share information in the development of electron-plasma focusing for the LhARA facility. This is a sub-list of CCAP-LHARA.

> To be used for communication in the LhARA collaboration. This is a Sub-List of CCAP-LHARA.

> The list will be used for communication among the Executive Board of the LhARA collaboration. This is a Sub-List of CCAP-LHARA.

> Mailing list to facilitate communication from the wider peer group contributing to the specification of the end stations for LhARA.

> List to communicate outreach and engagement activities for the LhARA collaboration. This is a sub-list of CCAP-LHARA.

> List will be used by the LhARA Project Management Board to share information and coordinate the LhRA project. This is a sub-list of CCAP-LHARA.

> The LhARA collaboration is beginning to work on a radiation biology programme and the development of a proof-of-principle experiment. This list will be used to facilitate discussion between the people active in this activity.

> Centre for Contemporary Legend - research group for folklore studies in UK Higher Education - list for sharing academic research ideas, events and other relevant information

> This is a list involving PhD students, researchers and staff members linked to the Department of Culture, Communication and Media at UCL Institute of Education, University College London.

> The list is used to make announcements to the community supported by the Collaborative Computational Project for NMR Crystallography (CCP-NC).

> For the discussion of science and software related to the field of NMR Crystallography

> Forum for work with the Collaborative Computer Project in Small Angle Scattering, dissemination of new computing protocols and methodologies. Also news group for announcement of conferences, papers and jobs.

> Mailing list for users and developers of CCP4mg. For the discussion of features, bugs, and usage of the software.

> CCP-BioSim is an inclusive wide-ranging project, bringing together researchers from all branches of 'molecule-oriented' biochemistry and biology. CCP-BioSim develops and provides training and tools to lower the barrier to non-experts becoming proficient and productive users of biomolecular simulation techniques. This list is intended to support all activities of the CCP-BioSim community.

> This list is for users of the FESetup tool for setting up molecular dynamics simulations.

> This is a list to notify members of the CCP CompMedChem community about new events or matters they should be interested in.

> The Collaborative Computational Project for electron cryo-microscopy (CCP-EM) supports researchers and software developers in biological EM. This list is intended as a general support forum for the CCP-EM community. It is also the place for asking questions on CCP-EM software, provided by UK-based software developers.

> Mailing list, to complement the current CCPi-MEMBERS@ list, for software development activity within the EPSRC funded network.

> This is a sub-list of CCPI-MEMBERS. Discussion group on the CCPi Digital Volume Correlation solution.

> Mailing List for members of CCPi, an EPSRC funded Collaborative Computational Project in Tomographic Imaging. This super list posts to the following sub lists:CCPI-COVID19 and CCPI-DVC

> The ccpnmr mailing list is used for the discussion of the CcpNmr software packages.

> Collaborative Computational Project in Nuclear Thermal Hydraulics (CCP-NTH) develops a strong collaborative community in nuclear thermal hydraulics, to support a community of researchers and engineers to develop and maintain computational methods and software packages to modernise the nuclear thermal hydraulics tools to meet the demands imposed through the development of advanced next-generation nuclear reactor systems.

> Commit messages for the software repository at https://github.com/cctbx/cctbx-project

> This list is used by the Centre for the Study of Contemporary Women's Writing (CCWW) at the Institute of Modern Languages Research. The Centre promotes and facilitates national and international research on contemporary writing by women in French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish (including Catalan and Galician)

> The cds-uk list provides a forum for discussion of topics of interest to users of the EPSRC Chemical Database Service and other interested individuals. Further details about the Service are available at the CDS web site (http://cds.dl.ac.uk/cds).

> This list is to function as a discussion forum for Members of the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine. The Centre exists to promote Evidence-Based Medicine by developing educational programmes and by providing support for other Centres in the UK. This is a closed list.

> A email list to contact users of the CEDA CC )Centre for Environmental Data Archival Compliance Checker) software package for verifying file metadata.

> Network for theory & evidence on the health & wellbeing impacts of community empowerment. A resource for distributing & locating theory & evidence on community empowerment. A place for the discussion of the state-of-the-evidence, practice & future directions. A resource for, & of, academics, frontline practitioners, & CVS members.

> Discussion group for users of the Celcat timetabling/room booking and attendance packages.

> This list will be used by the Centre for East London Studies (CELS) at UEL and associated individuals and institutions for announcements and discussions.

> Scholarly network for scholars working on the history and archaeology of Central Asia, with special reference to the Hellenistic period.

> The list caters primarily the communication needs of the collaborative research network "Centrifugal Europe: State, Sovereignty and the future of European integration", wider community of scholars of European Studies and scholars working on aspects of societal, national and European integration processes across the EU member-states. The mailing list will be used to facilitate exchange, communicate news and updates of research activities of the network.

> CEPHAD aims at stimulating the flow of ideas between research in philosophy and research in design

> This mailing list pertains to the events, activities and funding opportunities of the Centre for Practice-led Research in the Arts, based at the University of Leeds, UK

> This list is used to make announcements relating to CERCNet (Comparative Employment Research Collaborative Network) activities, or pertaining to internationally comparative research on work, employment and labour management in general.

> A list for important service announcements. https://community.jisc.ac.uk/apps/certificate-service And https://community.jisc.ac.uk/groups/janet-certificate-service

> The Jisc Cetis Accessibility mailing list was used to support the Cetis Accessibility Special Interest Group from 2001-2011. It is now used as a forum for discussions about the accessibility of online resources and services.

> For members of the HE/FE community who wish to discuss issues relating to metadata for learning resources

> A mailing list to support the CETIS Portfolio SIG, which seeks to develop the community and foster consensus in the area of definitions, specifications and standards for learner services including personal development planning (PDP) and e-portfolio. We clearly recognise that this goal needs involvement both from practitioners in the field, and from developers and technical staff who have responsibility for designing and building systems. We aim to promote dialogue within and between groups of stakeholders, aiming at workable consensus on definitions, specifications and standards, while fully acknowledging the desirability of diversity in PDP and other practice. Any technical terms used on this list should be explained.

> Discussion list for developers working towards interoperability and portability of e-portfolio and personal development records, in the UK and wider contexts; moving beyond UKLeaP towards practical standards based on real experience. Some technical knowledge may be assumed.

> This list is for the JISC CETIS Assessment Special Interest Group to discuss issues about the interoperability of CAA and the current (developing) specifications in this area such as IMS QTI.

> A discussion list for global carbon and biogeochemical cycling issues, questions, and thoughts with respect to the cGENIE Earth system model.

> The Centre for Gender Studies at the University of Winchester was launched in June 2011. Since then it has generated much interest from academics, research students and non-academic user groups alike. As an interdisciplinary centre, the CGS aims to encourage and develop diverse understanding concerning the social category of gender as well as its intersection with other social categories such as age, class, ethnicity, nationality, race, religion and sexuality. This diversity of understanding is evidenced in its annual research seminar series, open to the public, which hosts prominent figures in the field and showcases recent advances in gender studies. The Centre seeks to foster links, both nationally and internationally, through encouraging collaborative projects. Likewise, we are interested in hearing from prospective research students.

> This list is for the distribution of information about the activities of the Centre for Gender and Women's Studies to its members. It also provides a forum for debate and the exchange of ideas about areas of mutual interest between CGWS members.

> The mailing list is for a working group on a project called Challenging Homophobia and Homophobic Bullying through Children's Literature - the core aim of which is to help create more inclusive school environments. The project looks towards using children's literature as a key resource for challenging homophobic bullying and homophobic behaviour, language and stereotypes.

> Discussion list on the topic of working with challenging, contested and sensitive histories in museums and heritage sites, linked to the Challenging History Network.

> A network for chaplains, educationalists and researchers to share information on education, training and research requirements and provision.

> To enable researhers to net work and keep the conversation alive

> Used by the Office for Students to communicate about charity regulation in the English HE sector. It is not a discussion list.

> Chart is the discussion list of CHArt, the Computers and History of Art group. It provides an open forum for queries and debating issues related to the use of Computers for art historical research and scholarship.

> Discussion list for the Chinese Society of Chemical Science and Technology, UK. Its members are mainly UK university students and staff who are Chinese, from China, or speak Chinese. Topics will include chemistry, chemical engineering and related subjects.

> A discussion list concerned with all educational aspects, set up for UK academics involved in teaching chemistry, particularly at the higher education level. Sublist of physsci-education

> Description: Variety 2013 indicated that there was considerable interest in the use of chemical concept inventories to quantitatively assess the impact of teaching innovations. This list aims to keep and grow that group.

> Announcements relating to the ChemShell computational chemistry software. This is a low traffic list for news including releases and training.

> The Co-operative Higher Education Network (CHEN) is a general purpose mailing list with a focus on co-operated higher education in the broadest sense. It is open to anyone who wishes to talk and network around co-operative higher education. This is an informal space where ideas, themes, proposals and solutions can be generated and discussed. Moderation will be kept to a minimum. CHEN members may wish to organised events and other activities.

> This list is for a wider group of people involved in CHESS (Consortium of Higher Education Support Services for Deaf Students) - wider than the planning group

> SPSS is a suite of statistical software, made available to the HE Community under a CHEST Agreement. The list is a forum for technical discussion on issues related to the SPSS products, and should not be used to report problems as it will not necessarily be read by CHEST.

> This list connects up researchers and practitioners in order to explore the conceptual development and empirical evidence for using Eye Movement Desensitization with Children and Adolescents

> For discussion of matters relating to the establishment of an international network to support child health practitioners. This list is being established as part of a feasibility study. All interested parties are urged to join. Members from developing countries are particularly welcome.

> child-youth-environments provides a forum for discussion on the social and material environments of young people. It brings together researchers and practictioners on issues of relevance to the lives of children and youth both in contemporary society and in historical context.

> This lists connects postgraduate, early career, and established researchers from across schools and departments at the University of Edinburgh, as well as with interested local government and voluntary organisations. The broad point of connection is an interest in the study of children and young people's lives.

> The Child Language Seminar is a two-yearly recurring conference. Its focus is on child language development research. The list will move between hosting institutions every two years.

> The children's folklore mailing list is intended to foster discussion and exchange of information relating to children's traditional culture, including their oral culture(lore and language), self-directed play and games, customary practices and material traditions.

> This community of practice is designed to support researchers, policy makers and practitioners to collaborate internationally in the study of child maltreatment fatalities through research and child death review. The group is open to anyone with an appropriate interest in the study child maltreatment deaths, and how this learning can improve the systems and processes for keeping children safe.

> This Network provides a space for critical learning, dialogue and exchange between practitioners, academics, policy makers and children and young people to innovate thinking and practice concerning children's participation

> This list is an open discussion forum for those interested in research and policy relating to child poverty.

> The UK list for academic discussion of all aspects of children's literature.

> Children-Media-UK aims to provide a space in which academics, regulators and those working in the media industries can engage in critical debate about children and all forms of media (e.g. TV, video, film, computers, etc).

> This list is used by the child studies and early years courses to share information and resources and support the child studies network.

> This list links researchers, practitioners, managers, policy makers, educators and others who have an interest in child welfare services as a site of unjust and avoidable social inequalities: the Child Welfare Inequalities Network. The purposes of the Network are: to exchange information about developments in this field, and to discuss issues of policy, practice, methodology, evidence and theory. In time this may lead to joint research, joint authorship and joint action. For more information contact P.Bywaters@hud.ac.uk

> This is for use by the CHIME EPSRC network in Music and Human Computer Interaction to make announcement to the research community about events, workshops, conferences and seminars etc.

> This list is used by CHIME (the EPSRC Music and HCI Network) to discuss ideas and plan events, workshops and other network activities.

> The list will allow members to post information, intelligence and advice about Health Informatics Research and Development proposal, projects and initatives.

> Email list for the Council of Hospitality Management Education.

> This is a mailing list for communication with users of the Chandler House functional near-infrared spectroscopy lab.

> for those involved in collecting and documenting community history on an online platform

> This list is for research support and research active staff who work in #Galleries-Libraries-Archives-Museums (GLAM) organisations interested in #developing and sharing open scholarship knowledge and skills, organising #events and supporting each other in this area.

> This list is for members of the Conference of Heads of University Departments of Economics to make announcements about meetings, consultations and other research and teaching matters.

> This list is used to share updates on the software tool CIAlign, used to clean, interpret and visualise multiple sequence alignments.

> This list is for people who regularly take part in the annual CIAO workshop series, which specialises in automated reasoning, formal methods, theory development and other research in the same general area. The regular contributors are drawn mostly from the UK, Germany and Austria, with occasional contributions from other countries. It will be used for workshop planning, discussion and announcements.

> The Consortium of Institutes of Advanced Studies list members will be used to discuss CIAS events, programmes, visiting fellows, policy.

> CIBEA is an educationally focussed association which intends to be: -an expert hub for creative thinking related to business -bring creativity and business closer together -be a common voice for postgraduate research and teaching -define and contribute to the development of skills -provide a focal point to develop and disseminate research into creativity in business and the business of creativity & Sharing expertise and knowledge

> The purpose of this list is to provide a forum for discussions on topics of relevance to cataloguing, classification, indexing, knowledge organisation, metadata, etc. enabling an exchange of experience and perspectives. This list can also be used to promote relevant events, publications, job vacancies and services.

> cii Mail Group will keep interested parties informed of its events, projects and publications. The Group will also allow members to post relevant information to the list.

> Open list for anyone who is a member of the CILIP South West Member Network. Members are encouraged to participate in this group by contributing to the planning of and attending events for library and information workers and retired members in the South West of England.

> Discussion and announcements from CILIP in the Thames Valley, which holds regular meetings, visits and networking opportunities for members of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals in the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire areas.

> A place for botanic garden educators and related professionals to discuss the social role of botanic gardens and other outdoor learning sites.

> Jiscmail list for a group of academics working on precarity in screen culture.

> This list is a discussion and announcement forum for researchers, archivists, museum professionals and art practitioners working on cinema, film and the museum. It is a list for scholarly research and interdisciplinary exchange of ideas in any area related to these concerns.

> An interdisciplinary mailing list for Cinema and Photography: An arena for scholars to share critical discussion, CFPs, bibliographic information, and public announcements of interest across film and photography whether formally, philosophically, theoretically or critically based.

> Mailing list for academics and professionals operating in any (both organisational and technological) field related to Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security.

> The Circus Research Network (Britain and Ireldand)exists to promote and facilitate research relationships between circus practitioners and researchers.

> This is an email list for members of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Opera Studies hosted by the School of Music, Cardiff University.

> A place for technical staff in HE to discuss the challenges in implementing a Cisco SDA network. Hopefully to share best practise and any learning experiences. Generic discussion of intent based networking welcomed.

> The 'Cities after Transition' CAT list brings together researchers working on any aspect of transitional cities, but is particularly focused on cities in the socialist Communist and post-socialist worlds. List members work on urbanisation and sub-urbanisation, urban processes and planning, urban cultures and so on within the context of post-socialist transition. The CAT network hosts international conferences.

> Academic discussion of the relationship between urban change and religion. Key themes: geographies of secularisation and the 'post-secular'; Significance of 'faith-based organisations' in urban planning and policy; Significance of religion for urban politics and urban social cohesion.

> Partnership group to address the issue of sexual harassment within the Bradford City Ward.

> Mailing list for the Computing Insight UK (CIUK) Cluster Challenge

> Provide better understanding of mental health needs within custodial environments and welcome contributions that investigate these matters

> The CLARE group brings together staff and research students from a range of disciplines with interests in the Caribbean and Latin America. The group meets informally every two months and promotes Caribbean and Latin American studies across and outwith the University of Edinburgh.

> Discussion list for the network of UK researchers associated with the pan-European CLARIN project, building an infrastructure for the support of advanced research in the humanities using electronic language resources.

> This list is available to all post-graduate students in Classics, Classical Archaeology, Ancient History, Ancient Philosophy, etc. for the dissemination of relevant and useful information (conferences, seminars, projects, publications, jobs, etc.).

> This list will primarily discuss and disseminate the educational value and implementation issues behind using streaming video lectures as a teaching method.

> The Climate Change Impacts mailing list is a forum for discussion of research issues relating to development of climate change impacts assessments. In particular, it promotes information exchange on the development and application of climate change scenarios. It also aims to encourage the wider dissemination of data and research results.

> This network is for anyone with interests in climate change and it's effect on mental health. Open to academics, practitioners, and interested citizens.

> This list is of interest to researchers and educators working on information, communication and research on matters related to climate change.

> Mailing list for the research network "CliMathNet" Mailing list for the research network "CliMathNet"

> The UK Clinical Librarian mailing list is used for the discussion of issues and dissemination of information relating to Clinical Librarians and those with similar roles.

> A platform to share good practice and ideas related sustainability and planetary health, in the clinical skills teaching environment.

> This list is here to aid the sharing of best practice amongst those in clinical technology and clinical engineering roles both within the UK and abroad.

> This list acts as a mail-base for the Clinical and Forensic Special Interest Group (SIG) of the British Mass Spectrometry Society. It will act as a public forum not only to network with peers, but also to discuss current developments in the field and to announce forthcoming conferences, meetings and training courses that are relevant to the realm of clinical and forensic mass spectrometry.

> A forum for all practicing and trainee Clinical Engineers in the UK and individuals working in medical technology research and development.

> Teaching Clinical Skills in Nursing provides an opportunity for all those teaching clinical skills to disseminate and discuss current practice-developments and innovation.

> A task force of the RCUK Cloud WG to improve access to Cloud resources for High Throughput Computing by researchers in the UK

> The UK Cloud Computing Special Interest Group (Cloud SIG), is a group of active users, developers, researchers and providers doing interesting things in cloud computing who come together to identify and solve key issues in the adoption and use of clouds.

> CLS use this list to provide updates on cohort study workshops and events, enhancements and additions to the data, and to promote discussions among researchers and policy makers. It covers the National Child Development Study, the 1970 British Cohort Study and the Millennium Cohort Study.

> This is used to discuss issues of interest and concern in relation to the learning, teaching and assessment of community music in higher education.

> A closed list for Learning Technologists who are Certified Members of ALT

> computer mediated communication: discussion will be based on analysing emerging styles of communications especially via media such as email, video conferencing, and comparing with traditional communications.

> This mailing list offers research news, updates and content about the Department of Culture, Media and Creative Industries at King's College London benefitting researcher in this subject areas in UK and internationally

> Welcome to the mailing list of the EUROCALL Special Interest Group (SIG) in Computer Mediated Communication (CMC). We would like to use this space to create opportunities for members to share information regarding interests, projects and practices.

> CMGS&R exists to inform academics, practitioners, students and researchers about the use and practice of creative methods for research on gender, sex and relating. Creative methods allow us to tap into new and different experiences that go beyond words. The list communicates this kind of research. It also acts as an inclusive and dedicated space to promote creative methods in gender, sex and relating through publications and events.

> CMR-announce is an email news list maintained by the Contemporary Music Research Unit at Goldsmiths, University of London (www.gold.ac.uk/cmru). The list is used for general announcements relating to the composition, performance, and aesthetics of contemporary music. To post a message to this mailing list for distribution to other members, please email it to CMR-announce@jiscmail.ac.uk To unsubscribe click: https://WWW.JISCMAIL.AC.UK/cgi-bin/webadmin?SUBED1=CMR-ANNOUNCE&A=1

> This is a list for academics, students, faith organisations and activists working in the field of migration, refugees and the politics of belonging.

> - to undertake fundamental, strategic and applied research; - to provide education through the development of learning in a research environment - to sustain and add value to the community at large and to the national economy The aim of the centre is to provide a framework in support of a rich interaction between artists, engineers and scientists, university external and internal organizations and individuals, in order to collaborate on activities within music technology. To reflect within this area the mission of the university aiming as a research-led centre of exellence with the following aims: This list has been retained 06/03/2023 no one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. Contact help@jisc.ac.uk for all enquiries regarding this list

> Coal Mining Collections Group focuses on the history of coal mining, artefacts thereof and the impact of coal mining on communities and the environment within the United Kingdom over the past 250 years.

> A mailing list for members of the RGS-IBG Coastal and Marine Research Group or those interested in their work.

> A discussion list to link in with a new AHRC Co-Design Development project 'How should decisions about heritage be made?'

> The cog-sci-rel-l mailing list serves the interdisciplinary community of scholars researching the cognitive science of religion.

> The COGNIT mailing list was used for the discussion and distribution of information to researchers interested in inter-disciplinary research in the areas of Cognitive Science and Information Technology in the Bristol and Bath area. The list was closed in 2015 due to a lack of recent activity but old posts are still available on this website.

> This list is primarily for Classicists interested in the interaction of cognitive science with classical material, but it is also intended to be a place for interdisciplinary connection with those in e.g. cognitive humanities, psychology, philosophy, neuroscience. It is primarily a forum for the dissemination of relevant information on conferences, seminars, publications, research projects, etc.

> Network Group for the Directors of Marketing & Communications in the Collab Group of Colleges in the UK.

> The seminars and associated announcement list draws attention to the way that collaborative and congregated housing can play a fundamental role in carbon reduction behaviour, green technology adoption, and community resilience. Moreover, we stress the need to conceptualise resilience not only in terms of physical engineering to mitigate or withstand hazards and shocks, but also as social organisational capacities that facilitate affordable access, social cohesion and mutual support across diverse demographic groups. For instance, the cohousing model draws attention to the co-constitution of shared space, collective self-governance and the sense of trust and belonging that accumulates over time through shared meals and collective endeavour. The cohousing approach is collaborative in that it actively embeds self-managed governance structures in the life of the community in a deliberate attempt to increase purposeful interaction between resident members to improve overall quality of life.

> The aim of this list is to be a channel for discussion and information sharing for students, researchers, professional conservators and collection managers, and para-professionals caring for collections in museums, archives, libraries and historic buildings in Wales.

> This is a group for the multidisciplinary study and discussion of colour. It includes linguists, psychologists, geographers, opthamologists and more. The Group is open to anyone with an interest in colour, but it is intended to be an academic and research forum.

> To be used by CoLRiC members as a forum for exchanging information and advice and by CoLRiC to inform members of CoLRiC news, publications and events

> COLT aims to bring together researchers interested in effective workplace learning cultures including priority topics such as teamwork, professionalism, interprofessionalism, leadership, and communication

> The Combined, Joint and Flexible Honours Network is a forum for managers, programme leaders, administrators and other staff involved in the delivery of multi-subject degree programmes in UK universities.

> List provides a platform for a network of academics, policy makers and activists advocating on and working for reform of commemoration and memorialization in Wales.

> A list for circulating news and information about the history of commodities.

> The CLEA fosters and promotes high standards of legal education in the Commonwealth. Founded in 1971, it is a Commonwealth-wide body with regional Chapters and Committees in South Asia, Southern Africa, West Africa, the Caribbean and the UK. This email distribution list is closed so that only the authorized CLEA list owners can post to the list with regular updates relating to the conference, moot, other events, newsletters and journal alerts.

> Practitioner,academic, community member research and knowledge exchange network

> Welcome to the Community Health Workers' Internet Forum, an online group for Health Visitors, District Nurses and Support Nurses with an interest or involvement in the practice, research, development or theory of Community Health.

> This list has been retained, and is therefore no longer active The list provides a forum for discussion and debate between academics studying forms of community asset and land ownership. This is a growing area of public policy and the list is aimed at academics engaged with community ownership and control of public services, housing, community facilities and cooperatives.

> Community Campus is a virtual campus that embraces diversity and Voluntary / Third Sector Organisations. It is a place where information about research, evaluation and continuing professional development in the voluntary sector can be exchanged.

> Community partners need infrastructure support to create enduring community-university partnerships for the future. Harnessing their collective experience, crafting opportunities to share best practice and making links that help to address community issues are the basis for building a network.

> The Community Psychology Discussion List is used for discussion and dissemination between UK based community psychologists.

> This list covers all aspects of Fortran 90, 95, 2003, 2008, 2018 and various parallel Fortran dialects. The emphasis should be on the new features of Fortran 90. It welcomes contributions from people who write Fortran 90 applications, teach it in courses, want to port programs and use it on (super) computers.

> The Comparative European Politics PSA Specialist group brings together country experts and comparativists who are interested in European politics. We seek to apply and further the theory and methods of comparative analysis, and to contribute to empirical knowledge about European politics. Our research includes a wide range of topics including security or development policy, the welfare state and party politics, regional comparisons such as Central and East European politics, as well as European influences on the politics, policies and polities of European states.

> Comparative-literature intends to provide a forum for all who are interested in the study of literature without confinement to national or linguistic boundaries, and in relation to other disciplines. It will advertise the activities of the British Comparative Literature Association (BCLA).

> 1.furthering research into international comparative studies of special education systems & policies, 2.developing a data base for such studies, 3.disseminating such studies by means of information technology, 4.facilitating critical analysis of special education systems & policies.

> Mailing list for updates on seminar speakers and events

> This list is for teaching and curriculum development practitioners in Higher Education who have an interest in embedding and assessing compassion into the degree programmes they design and/or teach on.

> This list is used by people interested in promoting the idea of compassionate communities which support and raise awareness of palliative care and end of life issues. By adopting a public health approach to death and dying, we would like to explore the possibility of creating positive community developments within which death, dying and bereavement can be seen as normal.


> This list supports communication between scholars exploring the complex nature of cities and the complex nature of urban planning. It is linked to the Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) thematic group on complexity.

> Complexity and chaos theories applied to primary medical and social care - a list for researchers and other interested parties. Keywords: complexity, chaos, primary care

> Complicity is a longstanding feature of everyday moral experience, this list focuses on practical and theoretical examinations of complicity, including discussion, CFP and research news.

> The focus of this list is fibre-reinforced composite materials and structures in the engineering environment. Sublist of ENGINEERING-ALL

> The computer-assisted assessment list discusses all aspects of the use of computers to assess student learning. This includes computer and web based assessment, the use of optical mark and character readers and the wider use of technology to support the assessment process.

> This list is established to share ideas and practice in CAL. It is open to anyone using computer-based learning resources, and anyone researching or supporting the use of such learning resources. The list does not specialiase in any particular platform or software solution, but seeks to share innovation in the theory and practice of CAL in education.

> For use by heads/managers of computer support groups in computer science departments/schools to discuss policies, software, hardware, staffing.

> This list is used to make announcements of events and seminars that may be of interest to Computing professionals and academics within the Hereford and Worcester region.

> Discussion group for psychologists associated with the clinical work and research of the Conatus child psychology practice; opportunities for members to exchange ideas, expertise and opinion concerning current topics in child psychology

> Confidentiality and Privacy is a burgeoning cross-disciplinary research topic.

> This list explores the relationships between conflict and disaster; two terms which are often viewed, studied and practised in isolation. The need for the list is based on the notion that the separation of the two is detrimental to disaster risk reduction and response, and to conflict prevention, management and resolution. We invite discussion and knowledge sharing around the following initial areas: Theory, scholarly work, and grey literature/evidence in conflict and disaster policy and practice (where conflict and disaster are either combined or separate); Theoretical debates around disaster and conflict; The relevance or otherwise of combining disaster and conflict in policy and practice; Case studies of people living in conflict plus disaster vulnerable countries and contexts; The addition of cross cutting topics such as gender, race/ethnicity, and others as they emerge in discussion. We hope the list will provide the space for the development of a conflict+disaster community of interest and practice.


> This list will be used by conservators to consider spiritual and ethical considerations when conserving diverse cultural artefacts buildings and interiors

> This list will enable discussion amongst those engaged or interested in research into the conservation of objects, works of art or buildings, encouraging the sharing of ideas and experiences, and the exchange of views on the development of national & international conservation research aims.

> Olga Tokarczuk said of her novel, Flights, 'constellation, not sequencing, carries truth'. Something is happening, perhaps the emergence of a literature of fragments, of hybrid texts constructed from essay, fiction, memoir, history, poetry, documentation, travelogue. This approach is echoed and reflected in many places, in writers such as Maria Stepanova, Sven Lindqvist, Luis Sagesti, Judith Schalansky and Stephanie Sy-Quia and many others.

> The list is intended to create a community of interest and provide information for those who teach, write, practise and research in construction law

> This group is to help many professionals and academics inside and outside the University to communicate effectively between meetings. The advice we recieve will improve our work.

> This list is for those who are developing or evaluating new computer-based methods for the direct use of patients and the public. This includes patient education, information about services and other sources of help, and computer-patient interviewing.

> The list serves those members of the academic and practitioner community who are involved in the implementation of Part 2A of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 - the 'Contaminated Land Regime' and in ensuring new development is safe - in terms of the relevant planning framework.

> For the circulation of information related to, and general discussion of current issues in, theory and practice in contemporary archaeology and historical archaeology in the UK and internationally. This list will be used by the Standing Committee of the Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory (CHAT) conference group to to announce relevant items of news or information.

> This list is for people working on contemporary collecting in museums, galleries, libraries and archives to discuss their work.

> This list is for the exchange and dissemination of information regarding the provision of continuing education in the HE sector. It is anticipated that all areas of ce will be covered, including credit-bearing and non-credit-bearing LAE, CVET, CPD and administration.

> List for discussion of all issues relating to the employment and career management ofcontract research staff within the academic community, for the sharing of relevant experience, and for information exchange on local and national responses to the Concordat/RCI.

> Contract cheating is a form of academic dishonesty, where students have work completed on their behalf which they submit for academic credit. This list allows researchers and practioners to come together to discuss this form of cheating and the solutions available for it.

> This list is for users and developers of COOT (Crystallographic Obeject-Oriented Tool-kit) to discuss the use and further development of COOT.

> The Committee of Professors of Statistics is a forum for debate among U.K. academic Statistics groups. It publishes a Directory of Academic Statisticians and information on postgraduate study and research. The list is to facilitate communication between members of the committee.

> A listserv for scholars working in the arts and humanities who have research interests in copyright and its history

> This list is used by the Corporate Collections Network to promote Best Prac= tice for Museum professionals using and promoting collections in a corporat= e environment.

> This list is for discussion of research and announcement of events in the emerging field of corpus stylistics - the use of language corpora in the analysis of the language of literature.

> This list is used to discuss issues relating to the use of corpus resources, tools and methodologies in CALL.

> Colour and Space in Cultural Heritage (www.COSCH.info) promotes research, development and application of non-contact optical measurement techniques (spectral and spatial) adapted to the needs of heritage documentation. COSCH is supported by the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) from 2012 to 2016.

> The CoSector Moodle User Group will exist in order to represent CoSector's customers strategic, technical and operational interests with respect to the CoSector's Hosted Moodle service. The group will share good practice amongst the user community, consider and influence future development of the CoSector's service offering, including: product & service improvements, new product development, joint (cross-institutional) development projects, identify user requirements in light of legal, government and operational changes within the UK education sector.

> A closed list for users of the Customers of SirsiDynix International (EMEA) library management systems, primarily those based in the UK and the rest of Europe.

> News letter for The '& 128;˜Cost of Living'& 128;™. A blog for all people interested in the politics, economics and sociology of health and health care.

> The mailing list is for members of the EU COST funded network New Speakers in a Multilingual Europe

> A forum for lecturers, teachers and trainers working in counselling and psychotherapy teaching / training in Higher Education in the UK, to share information, practice, ideas relating to the teaching and management of counselling and psychotherapy programmes.

> This list provides a forum for counselling service administrators working in HE in Scotland to share best practice, training and more

> A list for the discussion and contributions to field of counselling, therapy and research within HE in UK.

> This is the events and announcements list for the Centre for Commons Organising, Values Equalities and Resilience. Low traffic list, only events and info related to the work of COVER

> This listserv will be used to connect a community of individuals and organisations interested in supporting the use of reliable evidence synthesis in the response to COVID-19.

> The CREST Open Workshop programme consist of a series of informal monthly workshops organised by the CREST Centre (Centre for Research on Evolution Search & Testing). Details on the CREST Open Workshop Website at: http://crest.cs.ucl.ac.uk/cow

> Announcement and discussion list for COZONE - the combined forum of the Beach Processes network, the Coastal Structures network and the Coastal Waters network.

> Cognitive Psychology UK is a list created to bring together people interested in cognition research. The list will post details of conferences, jobs available, test and experiment resources and allow members to raise and discuss their individual interests.

> This list is used by the Centre for Philosophy and Critical Thought (CPCT) to make announcements about CPCT events and projects at Goldsmiths, University of London. The Centre for Philosophy and Critical Thought (CPCT) is a new centre for philosophical inquiry at Goldsmiths. Its work draws on those traditions which view the practices of critique and criticism as central to the definition of philosophy, and which consider reflection on philosophy's complex relationships with other disciplines and forms of thought as constitutive of philosophical activity itself. The centre aims to create a space for rigorous intellectual dialogue and production which aligns with a trans-disciplinary orientation of philosophy, challenging rigid divisions between analytic and Continental, the contemporary and the historical, the theoretical and the practical, while emphasizing historically marginalised areas of investigation. For more information, please visit: http://www.gold.ac.uk/sociology/research-centres/cpct/about/

> This cpd25 Jisc list will update M25 members and other interested parties on forthcoming events, visits and cpd25 news.

> CPD is a working group within the British International Studies Association. Its remit is to study the "colonial question" in international relations.

> The CPD Forum is a specialist group for those in higher education institutions involved in the development, delivery and marketing of continuing professional development, executive education and short courses. It provides a platform and opportunity to sharing best practices.

> This list aims to keep all scholars of Science & Technology Studies and Political Economy interested in the conjunction of these disciplines updated with the plans and organization for the annual CPERI workshop.

> The Critical Pedagogies Group list serves as an announcement list for activities related to the group, such as reading group meetings, public lectures and workshops. It is open to anyone education who would like to participate in or learn about our activities

> Carries Computer Science conference announcements and calls for papers.

> Carries job adverts, from research studentships to Chairs. Mainly comprises academics, with occasional membership of overseas and home industrial people.

> Mailing list for Critical Public Health Network, for researchers in the area of critical approaches to public health

> This list is for academics and researchers interested in being informed about the activities of the Centre for Performance Philosophy - a research centre at the University of Surrey.

> This is the discussion list for cultural & literary research in Quebec & French-Canadian studies

> A discussion forum and information exchange for academics, practitioners and students in contemporary crafts and the applied arts. New perspectives in craft based design education and research are encouraged.

> List intended for the use of HE administrators to discuss issues relating to the Disclosure and Barring Service, staffing and student procedural issues.

> This list is used by CRD to co-ordinate Public Health Service research

> Creative Arts in Health as an aid to recovery is building a research evidence base following the UK Government report in 2017 which is actively promoting the use of the arts in health and wellbeing.

> This list is for students and researchers of all disciplines who share an interest in creative critical writing. It is used to announce events, calls for papers, publications and other relevant material and, so doing, to foster a sense of community around creative-critical work.

> Mailing List for the AHRC funded research network UNDERSTANDING AND SUPPORTING CREATIVE ECONOMIES IN AFRICA: EDUCATION, NETWORKS AND POLICY. The mailing list will share news, events and research updates on the creative economy of Africa and its international connections.

> The network covers trends and issues around the development of the creative and cultural industries at the regional level. It is focused on the UK but explores also initiatives at the European and International level. It aims to foster a multi-disciplinary debate among researchers, practitioners and policy makers in the field. The network covers trends and issues around the development of the creative and cultural industries at the regional level. It is focused on the UK but explores also initiatives at the European and International level. It aims to foster a multi-disciplinary debate among researchers, practitioners and policy makers in the field. The research network also runs a website with news, event and working paper. Visit Creative Regions Website

> A list for creative writers and researchers in creative writing in universities and colleges, considering ideas and issues, and developing links bewteen excellence in creative writing practice in universities and the quality of the writing arts, publishing and literary culture beyond.

> This list is for discussion and mutual support between people currently undertaking an MPhil or PhD in creative writing.

> The list aims to bring together discussion and research about the impact of Covid-19 on creative disciplines in higher education.

> Creative Industries is a forum for debate and discussion of research and knowledge transfer issues and ideas concerned with the creative industries.

> To share knowledge and good practice and post opportunities for those teaching on creative writing degrees

> This list is used by the Centre for Research in Economic Sociology and Innovation to make announcements and update its subscribers on upcoming events and research publications.

> A group for library directors or senior library staff who are members of CREST or who work for small institutions which are scaling up their research function.

> This list will be used by Charnia Research Group members to exchange information about Ediacaran (late Neoproterozoic, Precambrian)fossils, particularly from Charnwood Forest.

> CRIM-ETHNOG is a list for the discussion of ethnographic research into crime, deviance, social control, victimisation, exclusion and other related areas. The list is a place for discussing practical, ethical, legal, theoretical, methodological and epistemological dimensions of ethnographic research. Although "criminological" in scope, the list is open to contributors from other disciplines.

> This list will promote the discussion and network of academics in the UK who are currently working on the evaluation of crime reduction and disorder projects.

> A mailing list intended for communication between members of the Special Interest Group on Crime and Language research.

> This list is for practitioners and academics wishing to build networks and discuss current criminal justice issues. Also a way for CCJS to announce current activities of interest to the members.

> This list will be used to disseminate information about forthcoming events that will be of interest to those working in UK HE institutions who are interested in criminology, criminal justice and socio-legal studies.

> This list is intended as a support and information network for postgradate criminologists.

> Discussion and announcements related to the Forum for the Study of Crisis in the 21st Century.

> This list is intended to be a space where those interested in pursuing 'critical' approaches to cybersecurity to connect and share information, events, and ideas.

> A list for critical discussion at the intersection of pervasive digital technology, informal and community learning and development/empowerment/inclusion, working across communities, countries, cultures and contexts looking at research methods, told, ethics and theories

> This group will foster communication and collaboration between across different disciplines undertaking critical event/festival research

> This list provides a forum for the discussion of critical and radical perspectives in geography. Discussions focus on the organisational and disciplinary framework of geographical research and teaching and on critical interpretations of geographical issues.

> The list is for the communication and exchange of information on workshops, conferences, call for papers, jobs, books, articles, films, blogs and websites related to global health and its study by critically-minded scholars in the social sciences and humanities.

> Forums and Announcement list for all critical scholars of finance. All welcome!

> Critical Appraisal Skills Programme (CASP) develops educational interventio ns to help health service decision makers, & those who influence health service decisions, develop skills in the critical appraisal of evidence about effectiveness, to promote the delivery of evidence-based healthcare.

> A list for those interested in events, activities and research related to critical infrastructure studies.

> To discuss key features of work and employment from a radical and labour focused perspective

> This list supports critical discussion, reflection and research in the fields of business, management and organization studies. It aims to encourage and promote debate from a range of disciplines and perspectives in challenging orthodox approaches to management research and education.

> Metals that are perceived to have high supply risks have recently been called "critical metals". The exact list of metals that are considered to be critical varies, but typically include indium, gallium, germanium, selenium, tellurium, neodymium, dysprosium, lithium, vanadium, tin, tungsten, molybdenum, rhenium, tantalum, niobium, cobalt and the PGE. The mission of the IAGOD Working Group for Critical Metals is to promote and coordinate research into the mechanisms that lead to economic concentration of critical metals in geological environments

> This list is used by the British International Studies Association Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group to support a network through which scholars working on terrorism-related subjects can stay in touch, exchange information on areas of common interest and disseminate research findings in a mutually supportive forum.

> Interdisciplinary network for those interested in researching, teaching, and/or developing careers differently and critically. By 'critically' we mean questioning career performativity, linearity, managerialism, individualism, and other established career norms.

> A discussion group forum for technologists working in Critical care environments within NHS and private hospitals.

> This listserv connects scholars in organisation studies and political theory using the 'Logics of Critical Explanation' of Glynos and Howarth in their work. The scope is to connect people, propose ideas like special issues or events, and support each other. Anyone with an interest in post-structuralism or wanting to learn more is welcome!

> A communications forum for individuals interested in the development of 'critical' approaches to research and practice in the area of information systems (broadly defined).

> Information and discussion forum for issues involving critical thinking. Topics encouraged include critical thinking - models, constructs, development and measurement.

> Focused on the emerging field of Critical University Studies and related research across the Humanities and Social Sciences.

> The aim of this list is to share information, promote and build networks with those interested in critical perspectives of the Voluntary and Community Sector. With a particular focus on organizational and management related issues.

> For attendees of the interdisciplinary seminar series, with critical interest in the construction and management of gender sexuality in the medical, discursive and cultural spheres.

> This is the mailing list for the Durham University Centre for Research into Violence and Abuse (CRiVA). We use it to keep our members updated with our quarterly newsletter, as well as other ad hoc updates about our latest events and activities. We currently have about 400 members both within and beyond academia. For more information about CRiVA, go to our website, https://www.dur.ac.uk/criva.

> The CRMinHEFE list is a space for all stakeholders to discuss the implementation of CRM (Customer Relationship Management) as a process and as a technology in Higher and Further Education. It's focus is on the strategic, cultural change, systems management, etc aspects of CRM, rather than on the detailed installation issues of vendor specific systems.

> Knowledge sharing discussion space for the administration, management and sharing best practice of processes within student services. The aim is to improve the quality of service for the student.

> RESEARCHING HOW EUROPEAN INTEGRATION SHAPES THE WAY WE LIVE The Centre for Research on the European Matrix (CRonEM) is a new multidisciplinary research centre housed in the School of Politics at the University of Surrey. At CRonEM, we research European integration as a matrix of overlapping layers of governance, institutions and processes that shape how people of this continent live their lives and are governed, as well as how Europe engages the rest of the world. Our Mail Group will keep interested parties informed of our events and will also allow members to exchange information with each other. CRONEM was previously known as the Centre for Research on Nationalism, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism. A legacy page which hosts information about CRONEM’s previous work and events (2004-12) will be available soon at www.surrey.ac.uk/cronem Please see below an archive of previous postings (September 2005 - August 2012).

> Email list for the Careers in Research Online Survey (CROS), or the Principal Investigators and Research Leaders online Survey (PIRLS).

> This group is an open discussion forum for those interested in crowd sourcing as an academic methodology. It is likely to include both academics using crowd sourcing, and contributors to crowd sourcing projects.

> Mailing list to promote networking between attendees of 2018 CRUK Bioinformatics summer school

> This listserv is for discussions relating to the work undertaken by the Chester Research Unit for the Psychology of Health and its collaborators.

> Computer-Supported Collaborative Argumentation (CSCA) This list concerns the use of computer systems to support argumentation - structured forms of debate, e.g. in design, theory, peer review and law. This list is to discuss the complex socio-technical issues associated with their deployment.

> The Chinese Society of Chemical Science and Technology in the UK (CSCST-UK)is an academic/professional organisation established in April 1994, which has more than 400 Chinese chemists and chemical Engineers working in UK industrial and academic institutions as its members.

> Superlist for the Computer-Supported Co-operative Work group of lists.

> Discussion list for the Computer-Supported Co-operative Work Special Interest Group for the North of England. Used for discussion of issues, announcements of meetings, and other items of interest in CSCW. Anyone may join,though group meetings are only held in the north.

> CSCW is Computer Supported Cooperative Work, & this mailing list is for information & knowledge sharing by everybody interested in CSCW & groupware.

> The Trans-Pennine Working Group is an international, democratic membership organisation committed to developing a materialist critique of capitalism, unconstrained by conventional academic divisions between subjects.


> Customer Services Group UK (CSGUK) is a group that supports library customer service professionals to develop, collaborate and knowledge share

> The Centre for the Study of International Slavery (CSIS) is a research partnership between the University of Liverpool and National Museums Liverpool's International Slavery Museum. This list is used to make announcements about the Centre's activities and related events. See www.liv.ac.uk/csis for more information.

> Directors of Careers Services at HEIs in the London area

> Covid has radically changed the way we teach computing in higher education. This list is forum to discuss some of the lessons we have learnt and the problems we are facing. Perhaps most important are the long-term challenges and opportunities looking onwards.

> CTC is an international network considering the use of Greco-Roman antiquity in contemporary political discourse.

> The innovative use of technology in supporting the learning and teaching of mathematics in higher education.

> This email list is going to be used by the academics of Royal Holloway, University of London, Roehampton University, University of Surrey and Brunel University who are associated with MRI at Combined Universities Brain Imaging Centre

> A mailing list for individuals working in the UK Conservatoires as e-learning/learning technologies professionals

> The culthist mailing list is used for conceptual debates in Cultural History, academic announcements, and related issues.

> Cultnet is made up of a group of researchers and lecturers who share an interest in culture, intercultural communication and education. The group aims to develop research collaborations and publications, to share teaching material related to culture, and to provide a supportive environment in which doctoral students and researchers can meet to exchange ideas and support one another's professional development. It primarily includes researchers in the areas of languages, linguistics, education, and psychology but all with an interest in culture are welcome.

> An email list to facilitate discussion of the issues surrounding cultural diversity in museums, libraries and archives.

> A public list for institutions, individuals to discuss cultural heritage datasets released by Cultural Heritage organisations such as Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Archives primarily in the UK but also anywhere in the world.

> This list is a communications, dissemination and discussion forum linked to an ESRC funded seminar series on the cultural industries. It is an interdisciplinary initiative concerned with concepts, theory and practice in the field of the cultural industries.


> Cultural Policy Observatory Ireland: an all island research network is aimed at growing, connecting and profiling academic research relating to cultural policy across the island of Ireland. It is a collective venture which will be of interest to those whose work explores the value, impact and functions of arts and cultural policies (both implicit and explicit) on the island of Ireland. www.culturalpolicyireland.org

> The members of this list share information on and discuss issues related to international cultural relations across disciplines. Keywords include (but are not limited to): cultural relations/dialogue, arts/cultural policy, diplomacy, foreign policy, national identity, cultural/linguistic diversity, globalization, power, hegemony.

> The Cultural Translation and East Asia: Art, Film and Literature mailing list is to encourage and support the development and maintain of this aspect of Asian Studies in the UK and beyond.

> A group to spark and facilitate discussion on Participation and Engagement in the Arts and a place for members to share research. Details of subscribers on this mailing list are being held by Jiscmail and not the University of Leeds. If you unsubscribe from this mailing list you may continue to receive other communications from the University. To view the complete policies and terms please visit: https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/policyandsecurity/

> This list is used by Centre for Cultural Policy at the University of Leeds to support, promote and share rigorous, critical and cutting-edge academic research and knowledge exchange across the arts and cultural sector and the wider creative industries. Details of subscribers on this mailing list are being held by Jiscmail and not the University of Leeds. If you unsubscribe from this mailing list you may continue to receive other communications from the University. To view the complete policies and terms please visit: https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/policyandsecurity/

> This list is designed to provide a platform for academics working on cultural value and interested in cultural value to communicate, and to provide announcements on the Cultural Value Project to the research community. The Cultural Value Project is supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

> This list serves as a network of and for scholars working in the area of surveillance studies. We seek to engage with scholars from a range of multidisciplinary backgrounds, post jobs, events, CFPs and discussion topics within a shared research area of surveillance, culture and the twenty first century.

> A network for those interested in discussing issues linked to cities, urbanism, austerity and resistance.

> A list for researchers in any aspect of the western monastic tradition from late antiquity looking forward in time, with the aim of fostering exchanges across the research community.

> This list is used by customer service practitioners to discuss current issues, share best practice and identify key areas for customer service development.

> A list for staff and students at the University of Warwick and elsewhere to share information on issues and events around the current cuts to higher education.

> A UK branch of the worldwide CVNET list, for people in colour and vision research in the UK.

> Mailing list for research in the Creativeworks London AHRC Knowledge Exchange Hub.

> The Cyber-Society-Live mailing list is a moderated discussion list for those who are interested in the interdisciplinary and academic study of Cyber Society in all its manifestations.

> The purpose of this list is to provide a forum which will: a) identify a network of academics who are interested in discussing the issue(s) of cybercrime, b) it will also engender discussion on the subject.

> Discuss and research futures for further and higher education in the Information Age; 'deschooling' emancipate academics and students; University-independent academic 'communities of practice'; Free and open-source IT and software. Innovative e-learning including Reusable Learning Objects and 'serious games'; Establishing and maintaining academic standards in decentralised elearning.

> Cybertheatres is a list devoted to the discussion and exchange on networked performance practices and visions, that is, performances that employ the Internet and / or other networking technologies and techniques as media, but also as hybrid spaces - cybernetic stages. other than networked performance, the list has also an interest in diverse hybrids between theatre / performance and technology.

> This is the discussion and information list of the Cycling and Society Research Group - a cross-disciplinary and multi-institutional group of researchers concerned with cycling and bicycles from a broad range of intellectual perspectives.

> This list supports networking, discussion and knowledge sharing for academic purposes in the subject of Cycling and Trauma.

> The Fusion programme is aimed at increasing access to cultural participation for people experiencing disadvantage in Wales. This list will enable greater communication between them allowing best practice to be shared. Subscribers will include museum and arts learning professionals.

> A network of support and information for academics and professional staff with an interest in or responsibility for Athena SWAN activities (i.e. gender equality, diversity and inclusion) in computer science and related departments.