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> E-Assessment is fundamental to delivering the DfES unified e-learning strategy. JISC and the Qualifications and Curriculum authority (QCA) commissioned a glossary based on a review of all existing terminology. This glossary should be regarded as work in progress and suggestions for additions or alterations will be considered using this list.

> Mailing list, providing information on Jisc's e-books for FE service The e-books for FE service delivers: � A robust e-books platform for the delivery of e-books � Significant Core Collections of e-books relevant to the FE curriculum across the UK as taught in FE � JISC Collections� e-select Framework Agreement to enable FE colleges to build upon the centrally funded Core Collections to allow collection building at a local level, to ensure that every FE college in the UK can provide its learners with a highly relevant, usable and accessible digital library.

> This mailing list provides a network for researchers in the fields of electronic business, electronic commerce and Internet-related management research and developments.

> Discusses topic of electronic document management (EDM), particularly in the context of reengineering higher education administrative business processes. This includes document imaging, OCR/ICR, intranets, knowledge management, and workflow. It also links to related JISC-funded activities.

> This list is used by those interested in e-learning activity across Wales. Its focus is both pedagogic and technical.

> The List is set up with the aim of promoting discussion about what support researchers require from the Library and Information community and the issues arising from that.

> This mailinglist gives support to the e-social science community in technical and related questions. It is managed by the National Centre for e-Social Science.

> This list provides a forum for community-wide discussion of areas of interest relating to e-theses and dissertations, including the use of e-theses within institutions, digitisation of print theses, author concerns and guidance, and the EThOS e-theses service.

> For discussion and announcements between members of the the UK Engage2Serve user group.

> This is an open list to support the dissemination activities of the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Assessment Network (E3AN) which is being funded under phase 3 of the Fund for the Development of Teaching and Learning (FDTL)

> The European Eye Epidemiology Consortium aims to unify research procedures, practices and standards across the UK, to provide a common research resource for genetics and epidemiology in the assessment of aetiology and treatment of eye disease. Leading centres in London, Bordeaux and Rotterdam are the founding groups in this effort. The group held its first meeting in Bordeaux in June 2011, and will meet again in 2012. We aim to use JISCMail to facilitate discussions around the integration of research standards and practices.

> The list is primarily for researchers, educators and practitioners in occupational health psychology that, at present, is primarily UK orientated.

> The European Archaeological Heritage Web project attempts to implement and integrate Eupopean Internet services for the discipline of Archaeology. This list is a forum for international discussion on ways and means to attain that goal.

> This list is used for researchers and practitioners interested in English as an Additional Language (in the UK and internationally).

> To share policies and guidelines and support developments in Electronic Assessment Management.

> This list is owned by the European Network for Avant-garde and Modernism studies (EAM). It may be used for calls for papers or contributions and for employment opportunities. Individuals may announce the publication of monographs or edited volumes. Only posts strictly relevant to the EAM community will be allowed.

> Engaging Anthropology in Practice: Developing Training for Engagement Beyond the Academy Engaging Anthropology in Practice (EAP) is a series of workshop exchanges that bring together early career anthropologists and professionals from broadcast and print media, the arts and education. The project aims to develop training models for early career anthropologists that will provide us with the skills to better reach audiences outside the academy. The project was initiated in 2009 by postgraduate students at the University of Aberdeen and is advised by Thomas Hylland Eriksen of the University of Oslo. EAP functions within the network of university Anthropology departments that make up the Scottish Training in Anthropological Research (STAR) consortium (Edinburgh, St. Andrews, Glasgow and Aberdeen). It is hoped that the models for engagement and training developed within EAP will have an impact on the nature and content of postgraduate training in Scotland and beyond. Project coordinators also seek collaboration and dialogue with people and groups carrying out related work elsewhere within and beyond the UK in the development of models for training. EAP recently held a very successful panel at the 2010 meeting of the European Association of Social Anthropologists in order to discuss pedagogical models trialled elsewhere in Europe. The EASA event provoked enthusiastic discussion, and it is hoped that this mailing list, and a discussion group on the Open Anthropology Cooperative will become forums for further dialogue.

> A chance to share best practice for practitioners and researchers of English for Academic Purposes in the West Midlands.

> Through this list members of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction Special Interest Group on Writing (EARLI SIG Writing), and interested others, can receive news and announcements regarding the group's activities. The list does not allow open discussion.

> A UK discussion list for early childhood academics and practitioners

> This list has been set up to promote and disseminate research into early years language learning and its implementation in policy and practice; to create opportunities for informed and constructive discussion and debate; and to support the development of cross-national collaboration and interaction.

> This is a forum for early career/stage 2 health psychology trainees to come together to share information, research and work, discuss developments and to provide social support

> This list aims to inform the network of PhD students and early careers in economics based in the universities in the North East of England.

> This list is used by members of the AHRC Early Modern Dress & Textiles Research Network to make announcements, raise discussion and disseminate information relating to the Network projects and themes

> The International Network for Early Modern Festival Study, was created by Dr Laura Fernandez-Gonzalez as part of her Re-creating Early Modern Festivals project, the list is now coordinated by Dr Bram van Leuveren. This network is a forum in which scholars researching Early Modern Festivals can discuss issues of mutual interest. Scope and contents The International Network aims to connect scholars researching or interested in Early Modern Festivals. The objective is to create a 'virtual' space where participants can increase collaboration and dialogue between researchers interested in the same topics. The Network is: an International Research Forum in which participants can raise questions and / or discuss an issue of interest. This can enhance festivals research given the diverse academic disciplines involved, e.g. architectural and art history, social, political economic and cultural history, cartography, music, languages, literatures and performance studies.

> This list is used by Earth2Earth to announce upcoming talks and events.

> This is a group of researchers, who united at the meeting at the Geological Society London at 11 November 2015. Many of these researchers are interested in coevolution of life and the physical environment through the Earth history and the Earth System Science approach.

> Announcement and discussion list for the UK Earth System Science group, which is a constituted scientific interest group of the Geological Society of London, but comprises interested students, academics and individuals from other learned societies, industry and academia.

> This lists exists to support the enhancement of Chinese/Japanese/Korean to English translation pedagogy at higher education institutions

> East Asian Social Policy Research Network is run by EASP for all East Asian Social Policy specialists; academics, research students and all who are interested in East Asian Social Policies, for generating and developing discussion across the range of themes related to East Asian Social Policies.

> Welcome to the Energy and Social Science Network (EASSN). This list exists to discuss how social and technical issues related to both energy production and consumption interact. It is open to people from any discipline, country, region, or level of experience, and also not limited to any particular technology, sector, or topic. It builds on the First Annual “Energy for Society” Conference in Spain as well as the continued success of the journal Energy Research & Social Science. Ideally the Group will discuss the following, among others: - Fellowships and job opportunities - Calls for papers and special issues - Funding and grant opportunities - New publications - Upcoming seminars and conferences - Contemporary energy and climate news items. The list is owned by Dr Kirsten Jenkins (University of Edinburgh) and Professor Benjamin Sovacool (University of Sussex and Aarhus University).

> East-West-Research, set up under the ESRCs East West Programme, is a forum for the discussion of research problems and findings in relation to all aspects of social, economic, and political transformation in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.

> This list is used by UK HE staff involved in; recruitment, exchanges and administering research projects in East Africa. Access to this mailing list is restricted to professional colleagues with ac.uk email addresses who are involved in international recruitment activities. Requests to join the list from educational agents will be declined. Requests from consultants or similar will be considered on a case-by-case basis by the group admins and approval will be on the proviso that they do not promote their corporate services and/or any educational agents that they represent. Failure to adhere to this may lead to removal from the list.

> EATAW is a scholarly organisation that seeks to bring together those involved or interested in the teaching, tutoring, research, administration and development of academic writing in higher education in Europe. EATAW membership is free and is open to individuals from all over the world.

> Smaller institutions Group in Scotland.

> The purpose of the list is to allow higher education teachers in the UK and elsewhere to share and improve teaching resources for evidence-based health care

> The European Botanical and Horticultural Libraries Group (EBHL) is an association to promote and facilitate co-operation and communication between those working in botanical and horticultural libraries, archives and related institutions in Europe. Europe is interpreted in the widest sense to include countries both within and outside the European Union (EU)

> A discussion list for academic staff interested in Enquiry-Based Learning EBL as a teaching methodology for all aspects of modern languages curricula in higher education.

> A collaborative list to facilitate discussions and planning in relation to crowd sourced e-book accessibility audits.

> All those who have attended Evidence-Based events orgnised by Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine Oxford.

> A collection of Colleges and Universities around the country that use Fretwell Downing Education Business Systems

> To discuss issues relating to the use of Echo360 ( see http://www.echo360.com/) and recording of lectures.

> This list is to support networking between Early Career Housing Researchers in the UK. Members include postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers, and also some practitioners.

> Email list for researchers assessing the European Capital of Culture

> A maillist that will disseminate ideas and best practice amongst UK HE organisations on environmental management and sustainability, based on the forthcoming ecocampus Environmental Management System.

> This list is intended for academics, researchers, educationalists and others working in the field of ecological (organic/biological) agriculture, to provide a forum for discussion of ideas, identification of potential collaborators and exchange of news, conference information and publications details.

> Discussion of the development of organic farming policy in Europe (western, central and eastern Europe), including relevant research projects, east-west and regional contacts, announcements of courses, conferences, and new publications relating to the subject.

> Ecolinguistics is the study of language in the context of the life-sustaining relationships among humans, other organisms and the physical environment. This list brings together a wide range of educators, researchers, students and others who share an interest in the intersection of language and ecology. The list is for announcements of relevant events, courses and books, as well as for questions and discussion.

> The Ecological Genetics Group meets annually every Easter to discuss their research into all aspects of genetical ecology and evolution. This list will enable researchers in the field to maintain contact throughout the rest of the year to discuss their ideas, problems and results.

> For teachers and lecturers interested in curriculum issues affecting economics, business, and related subjects.

> This list aims to discuss what's on the minds of Economics Librarians; this includes (but is not limited to): discussions about textbooks, e-resources, databases, reader education

> This list is for announcements and discussion related to the activities of the economics subject centre of the Learning and Teaching Support Network. The centre promotes high quality learning, teaching and assessment practices within the academic economics community.

> List of attendees from workshops for new lecturers and graduate teaching assistants

> Discussion of theory and practice in development studies broadly defined, including national economic growth, social and ethical development and related areas of political science, institution-building, development project to pics.

> To facilitate inter disciplinary co-operation and further discussion on the use of economic evaluation techniques in social welfare evaluation.

> Econometric research functions as a dissemination list for research resources such as conferences, seminars, academic jobs, free software etc.

> We're a network of scholars who seek to develop enchantment as an organizing theme in historical studies of capitalism. We provide a platform for those interested in the historical role of enchantment as a tool, structure, or foundation for the organisation and development of modern markets, economic institutions, and economic relationships.

> Electronic discussion group for members of the Economic Geography ResearchGroup and others interested in similar matters.

> The goal of this list is to promote economic dynamics, especially dynamic general equilibrium modeling. It features a regular newsletter and conference announcements. Low traffic (about 8 messages a year).

> This list is used by the British Geological Survey to make public announcements about IODP Expeditions implemented by the ECORD Science Operator.

> This listserv is for circulating information on the following themes: Reproduction and the environment Environmental crises and kinship Sexual and reproductive rights, health and justice and how this intersects with climate change and the environment. Environmental reproductive justice Multispecies kinship

> This list is for the discussion of issues relating to the European Cultural Policy and Practice and the related subject pedagogy of universities and independent organisations. Cross disciplinary approaches including Museums, Heritage, Galleries, Performing/Visual Arts, Festivals, etc are encouraged.

> This list is for circulating information to members of the Standing Group on Third World Politics of the European Consortium for Political Research.

> Promotes Political Theory within the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) framework of Standing Groups.

> This is the official list of the ECPR Standing Group Participation and Mobilisation. It serves as one of the main communication channels of the Standing Group members. The list will be used to communicate activities organised by the Standing Group or the ECPR, as well as a means of communications among members in relation to research activities, publications or other pieces of information of general interest to the research community interested in topics relating to participation and mobilization. The Standing Group and this list is open to academics in any region of the world.

> The Early Career Researcher Autism Network (ECRAN) is an international professional development network. ECRAN supports early career researchers, clinicians, industry and members of the autism community in autism research. ECRAN aims to promote change in autism research culture and practice by training the next generation of autism researchers in collaboration with the autism community.

> The ECS-board list is for the use by Members of Council of the European Cetacean Society (ECS).

> The ECS National Contact Persons are the international links to the study of marine mammals in Europe and elsewhere. See http://www.EuropeanCetaceanSociety.eu. Sub-list of ecs-all

> This list is used to distribute information to last year's members of the European Cetacean Society, only those that are no longer an ECS-member.

> The ECS Science Advisory Committee will consider questions on best practice in research and science procedures while studying marine mammals in the wild and in captivity. Sub-list of ecs-all.

> Ecs-news is an open list for student members of the European Cetacean Society (ECS), for the study and protection of whales and dolphins. All messages sent to ECS-TALK will also be forwarded to students at this mailing list: there's no need to subscribe there as well unless you want to send TO the list ECS-TALK. See http://www.EuropeanCetaceanSociety.eu. Sublist of ecs-talk and sub-sublist of ecs-all

> This list is for members of the European Cetacean Society (ECS) and other interested parties on the study and protection of whales and dolphins. See http://www.EuropeanCetaceanSociety.eu

> This list serves the Educational Development Research Network set up by SEDA and SRHE. We welcome contributions from Higher Education teachers, developers, researchers and policy makers who are interested in the practice, research and policy of staff and educational development.

> Concerned with Educational guidance and learner support. The list will provide a forum to discuss policy, practice and research relating to guidance in the adult HE context. It will enhance communication for members of the UACE Equality network looking at guidance and others interested in EG.

> A discussion group for those engaged in teaching, researching and teacher training in History post-16. It focuses on sharing good practice and information. Keys: History Teaching A level Undergraduate History

> Edinburgh Research Software Engineers Community: announcements, discussions and alerts for potential and current RSEs across Edinburgh.

> This JISC is to connect the academics behind EdChat - Our goal is to foster academic discussions in a manner unmatched by any other online platform.

> This list supports the engineering and design educator community. This list will enable members to receive regular updates of relevant information.

> A discussion and announcement list for EdgeNet: the regional studies research network on peripheral places and regions.

> The Equity, Diversity, Inclusion Network (EDIN) is a multidisciplinary and practitioner based group that aims to encourage active and rich collaboration between specialists from different disciplines both within and beyond academia; promotes the discussion of global EDI issues; encourages research; knowledge sharing, good practice and training in EDI issues.

> The purpose of the list is to support a new network concerned with improving equality, diversity and inclusion in music studies in UK HE.

> This list publicises local events in the Edinburgh area on the subject of digital preservation, and provides a channel through which professionals can communicate and collaborate to address practical issues they face in preserving their cultural and historical collections.

> Announcements about the Edinburgh Beltane Beacon for Public Engagement Activities.

> This list has been retained 01/03/2021 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 This list is for staff and students of the Beltane Public Engagement Network interested in Science, Medicine, Maths and Engineering wishing to receive information from both the general Edinburgh Beltane mails about public engagement and additional public engagement related information specifically relevant to STEM Communication.

> This list has been retained 01/03/2021 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 A list for the humanities and social science staff and students in the Beltane partnership.

> The Eating Disorders Special Interest Group of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Interests include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, atypical eating disorders

> This is discussion group for FE and HE staff interested in engaging with Jisc's R&D team around future EdTech Services, solutions and products.

> This list is used by the coordinators of the ESRC Seminar Series 'New Perspectives and Culture' to make announcements about the Seminar Series, related events, publications and projects.

> Our Special Interest Group is an offshoot of the UK User Group, meeting 3 times a year. Our aim is to expand knowledge and expertise, in a focused environment. We are led by customers within the Education sector, working together with Unit4 to address business issues and develop ideas.

> A mailing list for scientists and educators interested in sharing ideas and thoughts on educational and citizen seismology

> Creating a platform for sharing technical expertise and discussing issues and concerns colleges may face when implementing and running eduroam in their campus.

> This list is for general discussion on matters relating to the Jisc eduroam(UK) service.

> For the study of distributed, open, and distance education in Asian countries

> This list is to enable sharing of good practice and resources on sustainability amongst members.

> A network to share best practice and creative campaign ideas across the student movement.

> This list provides space for discussion around issues relating to first year experience. It will include news and discussion items as identified by members.

> eHealth Discussions

> The European Health Economics Workshops focus on microeconomic models in health economics, with a strong focus on industrial organisation. They provide a forum for the development, critical appraisal and dissemination of methodological work in health economics.

> The European Health Policy Group is organised by a Steering Committee made up of John Appleby, Anna Dixon, Zeynep Or and Jan Kees Helderman. The objective of the group is to provide a forum for health policy analysts, political scientists, economists and policy makers to discuss the structure of, and changes to, health care systems. The EHPG also meets twice a year in autumn and spring at which research papers are discussed from a comparative and multi disciplinary perspective. Autumn meetings are held in London and are now hosted by The King's Fund. Spring meetings are held in another European location and hosted by a national organisation.

> Mailing list for the Women's Committee of the Economic History Society

> JISCMAIL for CES' European Integration and Global Political Economy Network

> The UK e-Infrastructure Academic User Community Forum was created to maintain and grow the community of UK researchers who use computers of any shape or size in their research, regardless of discipline or domain. The purpose of the Forum mailing list is to give the e-infrastructure community regular updates on developments in the UK e-Infrastructure space and within the E-infrastructure Leadership Council, and to disseminate information about our bi-annual Forum meetings. These meetings provide a space for discussions about the community's future, and allow the community the opportunity to influence Government and help define e-infrastructure policy in the UK.

> This list will be used for the dissemination of service information, training events, seminars and peer-to-peer advice related to the eIS Emerald GPU cluster system.

> This list is for users of the Iridis HPC system at Southampton who are from member institutions of the e-Infrastructure South Consortium. http://www.einfrastructuresouth.ac.uk/ The purpose of the list is to keep users informed of status changes and other updates to the Iridis system.

> UK support for the European Incoherent Scatter radars located in Northern Scandinavia.

> A list for intending readers of the Web Journal of Current Legal Issues to register and to discuss matters arising in new issues of the Journal.

> EKSIG is concerned with understanding the nature and role of knowledge in research and practice in order to clarify fundamental principles and practices of using practice in research.

> ELDIS: electronic development information service. This list is for discussion on the implementation of the development information programme of the European Association of Development Institutes (EADI) Information Working Party.

> This list is an area for e-learning specialists working in Conservatoires and other specialist arts institutions. It is for discussion of any issues around supporting and #implementing learning technologies to support teaching in music and the arts.

> The e-learning research list aims to provide a forum for discussion of issues relating to e-learning research.

> To share information, publication, events and news about anthropologies of electricity and associated topics.

> This list is to provide a forum for sharing experiences of selecting, implementing and using Electronic Voting Systems (EVS or sometimes referred to as Personal Response Systems,PRS). This list has been retained 01/02/2023 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

> A list to discuss and support the development of a National Radiotherapy Dataset with reference to issues specific to users of Impac software. Sub-list of radiotherapydataset

> List for discussion of the novelist Elizabeth von Arnim (1866-1941), following the 2015 conference at Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge.

> ELLME is a network that brings together individuals who are interested in early language learning (from 0 to 6/7). It is open to practitioners and researchers across career stages and all over the world.

> To act as a discussion forum for all those interested in the evaluation of learning technology in higher education both from an HCI and educational standpoint.

> Electron microscopy community in UK and Ireland networking list. List members can ask for advice, post job advertisements and advertise meetings/courses.

> This list is used by academics, researchers, scientists and land managers to exchange information regarding the ecology and management of alien plant invasions

> An interdisciplinary list for research into embodiment and corporeality in artistic practice and performance.

> Embodiment is the bodily aspect of subjectivity. It underpins emotion, language, thought and social interaction.

> A forum for EMDR practitioners to share research ideas, clinical issues and knowledge sharing.

> Follow on group from current Jismail group needing to work on specific issues together

> This forum is part of a NIHR Research Funding looking at using EMDR Therapy with Adults with Intellectual Learning Disabilities. The initial purpose is to have it as a restricted forum for the the ID Psychologists and the members of the Research Team.

> A network for university careers and employability colleagues working in employer and business development roles

> This list will serve as a mailing list to all who are interested in research in EMI. We will share recent publications with the group so we know what recent literature has been published, we will share events and conferences that are going on in EMI in the UK and across the world. We would like to create an equal platform for all to participate in discussion and share ideas and opinions on anything English Medium of Instruction (EMI) related.

> This list has been set up to support the ALT East Midlands Learning Technologists' Group who aim to foster communication, community and collaboration between learning technologists working across the education sector.

> Our focus is on scholarly and research active that focuses on varying perspectives of emotion within the context of criminal justice.

> EMP Cymru (Wales Emerging Museum Professionals Group) is a community of new and emerging museum and heritage professionals. We are a welcoming and active network that supports knowledge exchange, skills building and resource sharing. Everyone is welcome whether you are still studying heritage, waiting for your first position in a museum or are currently working or volunteering in the sector. We strive to represent the diverse roles within the museum sector and celebrate the achievements of the community and its individual members.

> This list is intended for those involved in the development and management of employability resources in UK HEIs to share ideas and materials

> This list is used by the employment policy groups established by the Social Policy Association to share information about their activities and promote discussion of employment policy issues

> A list primarily for announcements concerning electroacoustic and computer music, and course announcements for those working in the Electronic Music Studios at Goldsmiths, University of London.

> Announcements and discussions of the Emute Lab research group

> This list is for academics, practitioners and members of the public who are interested in the many ways in which we encounter and interact with the material remains of the dead in contemporary society. These encounters can be socio-economic, cultural, regulatory or political. The purpose of the list is to network anyone interested in the wide range of potential encounters - whether identity politics, medical, ethical, commodification eg. tourism, popular culture, faith-based.

> To share knowledge & expertise of EndNote, EndNote Web & Reference Manager among UK FE, HE & Research Council site licences. Also for Adept Scientific & Thomson Reuters to announce new releases, patches, user group events and beta testing of new versions.

> A place where those with an interest in endometriosis can share information on the subject.

> List for those involved in energy/water management and conservation in University amd College buildings to discuss, share and exchange information, experience and ideas.

> An international network of researchers, practitioners and policy makers concerned with access to energy, fuel poverty, vulnerability and social justice in energy matters.

> Electronic discussion group for a network of scholars and practitioners interested in the concept of energy justice. This list is to be used for the promotion of energy justice related events, publications, job opportunities and areas of collaboration.

> Mathematics, statistics and economics of the management of energy networks: management of uncertainty, prediction, buffering, storage, demand management, and structuring of markets.

> Supports the Improving Student Engagement & Attendance research interest group established at the 2nd Pedagogical Research in Higher Education conference

> This list is managed by the Higher Education Academy. The HEA delivers subject based support for learning and teaching in engineering. The list distributes selected information relating to engineering education in HE.

> All automotive related engineering issues - a sub list of engineering-all

> This list is intended for discussion of concrete research and the use of concrete as a structural material.

> This list supports researchers at the five national Engineering Design Centres. Sublist of engineering-all

> This list is aimed at geotechnical engineers in research and industry. It can be viewed as an informal forum for exchanging information & ideas on any aspects of geotechnical engineering (soil and rock) and related fields, such as engineering geology & geo-environmental engineering.

> Engineering Integration is a topic of growing interest in industry and academia. It stresses a seamless product development process and includes aspects which influence integration of products, processes and data in an engineering enterprise to optimise quality, cost and time to market. Sublist of engineering-all

> The list is intended for those with an interest in masonry research and the use of masonry in civil engineering and building construction. It will be useful for researchers- experimental, computational and analytical, structural engineers, architects and manufacturers of masonry products. Sublist of engineering-all

> The Higher Education Accademy, via its Discipline Lead for English and Creative Writing, provides a supportive network of communication and activities to advance the practice of teaching English across the UK higher education. This list service provides a forum to discuss the evolving pedagogy of professional English studies and keeps members informed of relevant HEA activities.

> Forum for discussion of research topics in Victorian Literature and related fields.

> Discussion and notices list for the British Psychological Society Engineering Psychology Special Interest Group. All aspects of human factors and ergonomics research covered. Also for notices of meetings and enquiries.

> Electronic discussion group for members of the Energy Geographies Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society - Institute of British Geographers, and others interested in this subject area.

> This list is to going to be for key stakeholders interested in Women Leaders in HE so women leaders, aspiring women leaders, leaders and managers in HE (all genders) and the wider HE community of academics. It is related to the The EnPOWER project which aims to address the gender imbalance in leadership roles in the Higher Education sector in through activities such as an international Community of Practice and networking by challenging cultures of inequality and generating new ways of working that create, support and enable career pathways for women leaders.

> enquire is a space within which diverse forms of art & design research practice and documentation are explored. Where 'knowledge', in its many different forms, is examined, and where methodologies from various disciplines are compared. It is where new forms of knowledge production and consumption are considered, and where the existing categories, abstractions and concepts that define knowledge and enquiry are challenged, and alternatives put forward.

> This list is hosted by the Learning through Enquiry Alliance, a network of Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. It focuses on discussion of issues relating to approaches to higher education learning that are based on student enquiry and research.

> This list has been retained 23/12/20 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 This email list is for the JISC Enterprise Architecture Practice Group.

> Concerned with work related learning and enterprise activities in Higher Education. For the discussion of work related learning and other enterprise activities in curriculum development, personal transferable skills, etc. Originally established for the former Enterprise in Higher Education programme funded by the U.K. Department of Employment.

> Mailing list for those interested in entrepreneurship research

> This list supports researchers considering experimental and novel approaches which advance theoretical understanding of the domain of entrepreneurship and its real-life practices, contexts and impacts. This includes researchers drawing on multi-disciplinary perspectives, who seek to expose conceptual anomalies, while developing impactful debates in dialogue with the mainstream of entrepreneurship science.

> This list will be used by members of the Association of Environmental Archaeology to post discussion items. It is a closed list for AEA members.

> The list is a discussion forum and information exchange network concerning all areas of environmental chemistry, geochemistry and biogeochemistry, including the chemistry of terrestrial & marine aquatic environments, soil & sedimentary systems and the atmosphere.

> For those interested in environmental education and education for sustainable living through research and scholarship. Open to academics for discussion of research issues and to provide news and information.

> The (plant) Environmental Physiology Group is part of the British Ecological Society and The Society for Experimental Biology. This list is open to anyone worldwide and aims to promote research discussion and to distribute information such as conference details and employment opportunities.

> This list aims to connect individuals and groups who are involved in or interested in engaging with research in environment and geosciences or are involved in public engagement and outreach activity in these fields.

> This is a list serving the growing transdisciplinary scholarly-activist-artistic field of Environmental Humanities, including call outs for papers, conferences, events, workshops, support and collaborations

> This is the official mailing list for the Sociological Association of Ireland study group for Environment & Society

> This list has been established to provide a discussion forum, and information, for international research in environmental ethics. Areas for discussion include value theory in environmental philosophy and a range of more applied topics. Information concerns jobs, publications and conferences.

> Environmental Health Informatics announcement and discussion list. Providing a forum for the growing health and environmental research informatics community and range of stakeholders amd providers.

> Specialist list for researchers and disaster professionals on the interactions between disasters (natural and conflict-induced) and the environment.

> Environmental-Labour-Research@jiscmail.ac.uk is a multidisciplinary mailing list for researchers who are interested in the relationship between labour, trade unions, production, sustainable development and globalisation/North-South relations.

> This list brings together those interested in public engagement with environmental science. A wide range of people have been invited to join the list. NERC does not manage, approve or endorse content shared on this list. The views expressed in messages are the personal views of the author. They may not necessarily represent those of NERC. NERC accepts no liability for any errors, corruption or omissions that might arise. The JiscMail Service Policy document: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/policyandsecurity/ describes the way in which we expect the service to be used by subscribers. It sets out (S9) JISC handling of personal data obligations under the Data Protection Act (1998).

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

> The list is intended to improve communication between acedemics and others studying the inter-face between the environment and society, and will help generate discusion on common interests amoung list members. It will also act as a point of dissemination for meetings, seminars or conferences dealing with socio-environmental matters and the interconnections between the two.

> The EnvPsy mailing list is for all those interested in environment-behaviour relations. It is the listserv of IAPS. The list will be of interests to psychologists, geographers, planners, architects, sociologists and all other disciplines which have an interest in people-environment transactions.

> Mailing list for announcements relating to environmental statistics. Operated by the Environmental Statistics Section of the Royal Statistical Society. PRIVACY NOTICE Environmental Statistics Section of the Royal Statistical Society The ENVSTAT mailing list is managed by the Environmental Statistics Section of the Royal Statistical Society. The message below is from the Royal Statistical Society. We are committed to safeguarding the privacy of our supporters and in this notice we explain how we will handle your personal data. We will hold your personal data, - name and email address, - to send you, via email, notices and information of our activities and posts from other members of the list. This information is provided as legitimate interest. The mailing list is managed by jiscmail. We will not share your data with any additional third parties and will delete your data when you leave the ENVSTAT mailing list. Should you wish to no longer receive emails regarding the Environmental Statistics Section please unsubscribe at the jiscmail website: https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/ENVSTAT. We manage your personal data securely through the jiscmail website and ensure that there is no unauthorised access. You are entitled at anytime to request to see a copy of all the data held on you, if you wish to see this please email your request to help@jisc.ac.uk. The Environmental Statistics Section is part of The Royal Statistical Society and their data protection office is contactable at gdpr@rss.org.uk You can request at anytime to no longer receive these email's by unsubscribing at the jiscmail website: https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/ENVSTAT.

> List for discussing UK involvement in the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC)

> For the discussion,sharing and development of EPBC teaching materials which will help academics and students to learn more about European literature, languages and culture

> This list supports the work of the JISC e-Learning Programme and will be used to facilitate discussions and consulation with a group of experts representing FE, ACL and HE communities on learning and teaching related activities.

> This list will provide information to the JISC community about the e-learning and Pedagogy Programme. The list will be used to consult with the community as well as disseminating programme outputs.

> This list is used for announcing new issues of the academic online journal 'ephemera' (www.ephemeraweb.org) and other ephemeral happenings.

> An email list encompassing all members of the EPN 2024 RI (Europlanet 2024 Research Infrastructure) finance, admin, scientific, Transnational Access leads, all officers (including impact)

> Project Management Committee mailing list EPN 2024 RI

> EPNET: The Educational Psychology List - A forum for the exchange of ideas and information among University research/teaching staff working in the field of Educational Psychology and Educational Psychologists throughout the UK and elsewhere

> The English Place-Name List is a forum for discussion of the etymology, history and significance of place-names in England.

> A platform for discussion, dissemination of best practice and training in relationship to emergency planning in museums, libraries and archives in Wales

> This is the mailing list of the Scottish e-Portfolio Forum, used to distribute the latest news on e-Portfolio developments, announce meetings of the group, and allow members to share their ideas and experiences.

> Discussion around the Eprints REF plugin

> A discussion list for further and higher education to discuss the ePUB standard which at the moment includes the Open Publication Structure (OPS) 2.0, Open Packaging Format (OPF) 2.0 and Open eBook Publication Structure (OEBPS) Container Format (OCF) 1.0 standards which are maintained by the International Digital Publishing Forum

> Discussion list for users of Ex Libris's Leganto Resource Management System. Including announcements from the Ex Libris User Group, EPUG-UKI.

> This list is a sub-list of EPUG-UKI-CONFIDENTIAL. Any messages posted to EPUG-UKI-CONFIDENTIAL will also be distributed to all subscribers of EPUG-UKI-SUMMON. Discussion list for users of the Summon discovery system within the UK and Ireland.

> To share equality related information, such as the development of a code of practice and E&D training, to support institutions Research Excellence Framework submissions.

> The aim of the EQUAL North network is to build a community of academics, researchers and practitioners across the north of England who share a common interest in addressing health and social inequalities.

> This list will facilitate the sharing of relevant information between researchers interested in working together within the social sciences and humanities, specifically with a focus on Europe-India multilateral collaboration. This will include academics that have common links through the EU-India Social Sciences and Humanities Platform (EqUIP - equipproject.eu). Many of those included on the list will have attended EqUIP events or subscribed to updates on the platforms website.

> Purpose: Allow Jisc to know users better. Allow users to shape next phase of the service. Elicit feedback and feature requests Promote service growth. Create a community of data providers and users.

> Information sharing and support group for administrative and academic staff working on Erasmus Mundus joint masters degree programmes.

> This list has been set up to promote discussion amongst practitioners and researchers in the field of ergonomics and human factors.

> The aim of the European Reproductive Justice Network (ERJN) is to share knowledge of law, society, culture and practice across Europe in relation to reproductive justice. The network recognises reproductive justice as a core element of human rights, particularly, but not exclusively for women. This is an interdisciplinary network for academics, professionals and activists.

> This list is meant to support research on ethical issues concerning ICT. It particularly aims to support research collaboration on EU projects.

> A list for Bloch scholars practitioners, instrumentalists, conductors and all those with an interest in the music of Ernest Bloch

> This email list serves as the main communication channel for members of the Empirical Research on Sentencing Network (ERoS). All members are allowed to use this channel to communicate relevant information across the network.

> This list was closed/shut-down on January 12, 2017. Alternatively, subscribe to the EUROPEAN-SOCIOLOGIST list operated by the European Sociological Association by going to https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A0= EUROPEAN-SOCIOLOGIST

> European Sociological Association Working Group on Consumption: mailing list facility. Bulletin board and newsletter concerning issues in the sociology of consumption. Sublist of ESA-ALL

> The Discussion list for members of the European Sociological Association's Medical Sociology Research Network

> Mailing List of the Research Network 18 (Sociology of Communications and Media Research) of the European Sociological Association

> This is a group for members and other academics related to European Sociological Association (ESA) Sexuality Research Network (RN 23). In contrast to the long history of medical and psychological interest in sexuality, the sociological understanding of sexuality is a relatively new phenomenon, spanning a history of some 40 years. However during this time the sociology of sexuality, through both empirical research and theoretical writing, has become an important feature of academic work at both a national and international level. This work has enabled sociology to develop critical alternatives to the essentialism present in mainstream research on sexualities. Similarly, significant links have been made between sexuality and other salient social identities, for example gender, race, class and nationality. Whilst acknowledging the importance of biology, contemporary sociologists of sexuality prioritize the relationship between the individual and society to show the ways in which sexual desires, practices, identities, and attitudes are conceptualized, categorized, deployed, and ultimately regulated through the social institutions and practices of different societies. These areas, together with issues relating to the theorisation of sexuality alongside methodological developments, is an form important foci for ESA Sexuality Research Network.

> An email list for members of the European Sociological Association Sociology of Children and Childhood Research Network

> The purpose of this list is to act as a national conduit to support communications surrounding issues relating to eSafety within the post 16 education sector. Here list members can share best practice, ask for help and generally promote the safer use of technology within an educational and social context.

> The list is for members of the European Society of Criminology Thematic Working Group on Juvenile Justice (ESC-TWGJJ).

> This is an email list for individuals who are interested or involved in the work of the European Society of Criminology's Victims Working Group

> Announcement and discussion list for student members and early career researchers within the European Society for Ecological Economics (ESEE).

> This list supports the promotion of research into economic, social and cultural Scottish History. It will provide details of events and other notices relevant to the Economic and Social History Society

> The English Surname List is a forum for discussion of the etymology, history and significance of surnames in England.

> Information sharing on ESOL provision and support for learners and teachers in the North East

> ESOL-Research is a discussion forum for researchers and practitioners with an interest in research into teaching and learning ESOL. ESOL-Research is managed by James Simpson - jamesebsimpson@gmail.com Action for ESOL campaign Website: http://www.actionforesol.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/ActionforESOL Facebook: Action for ESOL

> This forum is for ESOL teachers, volunteers & trainee teachers based in Northern Ireland where we can share good practice about teaching and learning, resources and ideas.

> This group is the members of the Education Sector PA Network.

> Member list of the European Network for Social Policy Analysis, ESPAnet. ESPAnet is an association of academics involved or interested in the analysis of social policy in Europe. The Network encourages and fosters a multi-disciplinary approach to the analysis of European social policy. It is therefore open to people from a range of disciplines, including social policy, sociology, political science, international relations, history, law and economics. It draws its membership from and defines its remit in relation to countries spanning the European continent, welcoming analysts from western, central and eastern European countries. The Network for European Social Policy Analysis is an association of academics involved or interested in the analysis of social policy in Europe. Its members undertake mainly comparative work, focusing on analysis of social policy in European societies, the social policy of the European Union and of other cross-national bodies. The Network encourages and fosters a multi-disciplinary approach to the analysis of European social policy.

> Bringing scholars and industry together. The main functions of this email list are to foster collaboration, share news, develop esports as a scientific discipline, and develop conversations around the subject of esports. The list is supported by the University of Salford, Manchester. Follow @EsportInsight http://esportinsight.net

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> This is a research network for social science research on a range of global environmental issues. Formerly the list was set up as part of the ESRC funded Global Environmental Change Programme(GEC). Although GEC Programme ended in 2000, the research network remains active, and the list is now administered by the Centre for Social & Economic Research on the Global Environment (ESRC funded). We welcome any members who share our research interests.

> The estate management list covers urban land and buildings their development, use, management and valuation/appraisal; it is of primary interest to academics and researchers in Land Economy, Estate Management and related fields.

> This list is for everyone involved in managing information, including physical and electronic records, related to university estates departments. This includes managing building manuals, drawings, maintenance records, and photographs; BIM; records related to tenders, space charging, contracts; and more.

> Group set up to assist in sharing experiences, best practice and general information to compliment an annual conference - The University Maintenance Management Conference.

> Lista de correo da Asociaci�n Internacional de Estudos Galegos para o intercambio de informaci�n relacionada cos Estudos Galegos, perspectivas profesionais, e para favorecer o networking entre os seus membros.

> this is a list that has been set up to accompany the ESRC seminar series Ethical Consumption in the UK and Europe: New Developments and New Challenges for Policy, Practice and Research our aim, however, is to make this the site of a much wider discussion and stimulate an ongoing cross-disciplinary debate that reaches out beyond the borders of academia...

> Announcements concerning the ETHICOMP conference series

> Announcements of future ETHICOMP conference plans and calls.

> Recognising that the evolution toward shared ethical standards goes through mutual awareness of the constraints faced and the practices adopted by linguists of all stripes, this list aims to create an intellectual space where linguists trained in different disciplinary and national academic traditions can share their experiences in order to (i) raise awareness about the ethical challenges inherent in every stage of the research cycle and (ii) allow answers to these challenges to emerge organically from discussion within the field.

> This list is used by members of the Ethics in Engineering Education Working Group of SEFI (European Society of Engineering Education) to share and discuss, e.g., experiences, practices, developments and events in ethics and ethical leadership in engineeering education.

> Discussion list for learning and teaching in ethics and social welfare

> This is the generic communication list of the COST Action ETHMIGSURVEYDATA, which includes all members of the network from all workgroups regardless of whether also in the Management Committee or not. The list homepage is available at www.jiscmail.ac.uk/ETHMIGSURVEYDATA-ALL The email address for the list is ETHMIGSURVEYDATA-ALL@JISCMAIL.AC.UK Any emails sent to this address will be distributed to all subscribers of the list. Any replies sent to an email coming to the list will be sent to the whole list of subscribers.

> This list was created by a group of researchers with a particular interest in ethnicity, culture and religion and the ways they impact upon people's experiences of reproduction; especially involuntary childlessness. It is an open forum for the exchange of ideas relating to all aspects of ethnicity, infertility and reproduction.

> This list exists especially for ethnomusicologists (and others whose work intersects with ethnomusicology) who are based in the UK or whose work has a strong UK focus.

> This list is for researchers conducting or interested in ethnographic approaches to researching health (broadly defined). The list is to be used to share information on publications, projects, conferences, workshops etc, for discussion about relevant issues, and for general networking.

> The list promotes discussion concerning issues connected with the use of ethnographic research methods in education. It is a forum to share ideas, generate activity, exchange information and experiences

> To promote discussion on issues relating to museum ethnography, its practice and theory. a forum for queries and suggestions covering material culture, anthroplogy and archaeology and museum studies topics. A noticeboard for relevant meetings, conferences or other useful information.

> To encourage scholarly research and exchange between academics on issues related to ethnic minorities, minority rights, and the origin, development and settlement of ethnic conflicts Keywords: ethnic minorities; minority rights; origin, development and settlement of ethnic conflicts.

> This list is established to announce events including workshops, publications, and projects related to the EU's role as international mediator.

> This is the mailing list for EUHealthGov - the European Union Health Governance research network. List members are welcome to post upcoming events, publications and projects of interest.

> A list devoted to scholarly discussion of business history in the U.K. andelsewhere in Europe. Its purpose is threefold: to disseminate information across the Continent, to act as a forum for expressing opinion within the discipline, and to present useful ideas and methods from other fields.

> A network of European academic economic researchers funded by the EU to investigate the micro-economic roots of the macro-economic problems of growth, unemployment and inequality. Emphasis is placed on the quantitative analysis of innovation data amongst companies, establishments and workers.

> The Euro-Urb list is a forum for the discussion of the theory and practice of sustainable urbanism in Europe. It is allied to INTBAU and the Council for European Urbanism.

> Discussion group linked with the European Causal Inference Meeting

> List for those in charge of European Documentation Centres (EDC) or similar EU information relays for discussion of European Union documentation and information policy.

> The list aims to provide a channel of communication and information for members about activities and events in the field of EU environmental politics.

> The list will be used for discussion and dissemination, support of imaging research in psychiatry and neurosciences

> This list is historically based on a network of music departments established with EU funding from about 1990 in most of the countries of Western and Central Europe. It is free for anyone to join who wishes to discuss European issues in musicology, or publicize forthcoming events and matters of interest, etc.

> For academic criminologists in Britain principally those who are associated with the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control. For news about research initiatives; requests for collaborators or partners in proposed research initiatives; requests for information etc.

> Deals with social policy and social welfare issues in Europe, including the EU. Of interest to academics in social policy, sociology,economics, political science, law, public administration and other fields, and also to others involved in policy debate.

> This is the mailing list of the European Sociological Association (ESA). Discussion, announcements (e.g., conferences, new posts, new books, etc.), and information (e.g., research groups) for sociologists and other social scientists are welcome.

> This list is for postgraduate and early-career researchers working on all aspects of European integration.

> A discussion list for people willing to share their experience and expertise in handling EU information and/or who are seeking help with EU-related materials, websites etc. Previously restricted to members of the European Information Association, but from March 2012 open to anyone working with information provided by or about the European Union.

> This discussion list allows exchange of information and debate between academics, professionals, fans and all interested in the Eurovision Song Contest.

> To exchange news about conferences and workshops organised by academics in the field of social network analysis in the UK and Europe.

> Mailing list for establishing the Europeana Sounds EDM profile for sound

> This list is used by the early career members of the European Society for Prevention Research (EUSPR) to share information concerning prevention-related funding, job opportunities, upcoming conferences and publications. For further information, please visit http://euspr.org/early-careers-forum/

> EVA London conference - Electronic Visualisation & the Arts. This list is for announcements and discussion among conference delegates.

> Updates, announcements, service alerts and customer discussion list for the UK eduroam Visitor Access (eVA) service.

> This list is used primarily (but not exclusively) by staff in Higher Education institutions interested in evaluating the impact of researcher training and development activity, to share ideas views and information on evaluation.

> This list is open to anyone in Scotland who has an interest in evaluation. It is primarily to enable discussion, learning and networking amongst colleagues working in evaluation, though it can be used to inform the list of relevant seminars, tenders and employment opportunities.

> This list is designed to support action research in the development of tools to evalauate learning in online virtual environments.

> This mailing list is associated with Evaluation Collective community of practice in higher education.

> This is a group for those institutions using the EvaSys survey tool. It is a user-led list with the aims of: -developing the expertise of EvaSys users in the UK -sharing knowledge and experiences of implementation and associated issues for staff and students -sharing tips and advice on using the system Replies go to the list and the original sender. Do remember to delete as appropriate.

> List for discussion of all aspects of special event, conference and exhibition management, including research and education, for the sharing of relevant experience and for information exchange on the management and development of events.

> The event marketing list enables academics and selected practitioners to discuss current research and issues in this growing field of marketing. Encompasses experiential marketing activities and all forms of promotional events. Areas of interest are: design and creativity; event marketing and IMC; effectiveness evaluation etc.

> This list is used by members to make announcements about everyday futures and related projects, programmes, conferences and publications.

> This list is a site for the discussion of news, events, debates and discovery connected to everyday creativity. 'Everyday creativity’ is characterised by quotidian day-to-day actions that are often understood in terms of little and mini ‘c’ creativity. The boundaries of everyday creativity stretch well beyond traditional artforms, to a diverse range of immersive creative activities that millions of people engage in globally in the home, online or in local community settings to explore their creative potential, maintain their health and wellbeing, connect to others and to nature, learn and develop, and add meaning and purpose to their lives. Such activities are often removed from established hierarchies, economic models and notions of excellence.

> This list is for discussion of teaching, practice and implementation EBH. Evidence based health (EBH) is the integration of individual knowledge with the best available external evidence from systematic research in making decisions about health care. This list is for teachers and practitioners in EBHC to communicate with colleagues, announce meetings and courses, stimulate discussion, air controversies and aid the implementation of EBH. If you have a query about evidence concerning a specific clinical topic, please be aware that this is not the focus of this list, and you should look elsewhere first. If you do post a request to EBH, please include with your post a statement showing where you have already looked and what you have found. It is considered good manners to offer to repost a summary of what you find afterwards as well. Other general principles of netiquette apply to the list, particularly: i) Please be polite and respectful in your use of language ii) Please don't post attachments to the list.

> To promote the transfer and development of evidence based practice to librarianship and information science. It will discuss issues such as systematic reviews, critical appraisal and rigorous research designs in librarianship, principally but not exclusively, in health information work.

> This list is used to make announcements relevant to the study of evidence-based policy in health, development, economics and more. Suitable announcements include calls for papers, relevant conferences/other events, programs and publications. The list will be publicly archived at the JISCMAIL site.

> This is a cross-disciplinary, cross-sectoral discussion list to enable academics and others concerned with the use of evidence in public sector policy and practice to network, debate, share ideas and exchange information. It has been set up by the Research Unit for Research Utilisation (RURU) at St. Andrews University - previosuly funded by the ESRC and a member of the ESRC's Network for Evidence-Based Policy and Practice - to facilitate national and international interchange in this field.

> The Evidence Network for Renting (EN4R) is a knowledge-exchange hub bring together academics, stakeholders and policymakers to share research and evidence on renting. Our network serves three core purposes; to share research and knowledge across professional, policy and academic groups; promote opportunities which enable connections to be developed between different groups; and to nurture opportunities for evidence-informed policymaking and practice.

> EC covers all approaches to computing based on analogues of natural selection: eg genetic algorithms, genetic programming, evolutionary strategies and artificial life. Related fields include complex systems theory, chaos and cellular automata.

> This list will provide a forum for extensive discussion of topics which arise on the other European Women in Mathematics (EWM) lists.

> The list connects British women academic mathematicians, allowing advertisement of jobs, fellowships, and conferences, discussion of mathematical research and issues specifically relevant to women in a heavily male-dominated subject. It is a sublist of the list EWM-All.

> The European Working group On Drugs Oriented Research is the oldest of the European Communities drugs-related fora. EWODOR operates as a central exchange resource for researchers in the drug/alcohol field and hosts an annual symposium for members

> The topic is statistical techniques known as Randomisation-Tests/ Permutation-Tests/Distribution-Free-Tests, including computational aspects. The modes of discourse are scholarship, practical consultancy, and advocacy for emergent feasibility of these computationally-intensive techniques.

> Promote discussion and sharing of ideas in relation to EXON Discussion of NIPE Competencies Integration of EXON within undergraduate midwifery curriculum Networking and sharing ideas.

> I'd like to ask if there are any other small university colleges or colleges (under or only slightly over 1000 students) who have migrated from Speedwell Question Bank and Multiquest software, and its exam paper scanner. We are using an old scanner and version of this software, both of which are out of support, and need to look into alternatives as well as the option of purchasing a new scanner and Speedwell software licensing. I'd be very grateful for any help

> Information of interest to the wider community of Excalibur KE events

> Announcement list for the Exchanges Journal Includes calls for papers & reader information Also monthly updates on publications & podcasts

> This list is used by the Research Centre for German & Austrian Exile Studies at the Institute of Modern Languages Research at the University of London. The Centre promotes and facilitates national and international research in German and Austrian Exile Studies.

> A network for academics, artists and anyone else who has an interest in creative experimentation with research practice. This includes experimentation with audio and visual methods, experimentation with narrative, textual and print-based methods, and research methods drawn from sound art, avant-garde film, photography, performance art and contemporary music.

> Supporting the course evaluation process with eXplorance Blue Course Evaluation software and usage within education institutions. Also includes the use of Data Integrity Gateway (DIG). Although set up initially for UK members we would welcome Blue members from around the world to join as well to build a truly global membership. This is a user led community group. Please encourage Blue users to join. If anyone has any queries please contact the List Owner: Julie Mulvey (julie.mulvey@durham.ac.uk)

> The focus of the list is for advertising external-examiner vacancies and providing general discussion and support surrounding external-examiner issues.

> A public discussion list for those interested in exploring multi-disciplinary approaches to extinction, particularly from a humanities and social sciences perspective.

> The Early Conflict Photography 1890-1918 and Visual AI (EyCon) project aims at harnessing AI-reliant tools to analyse a large corpus of photographs, to create an open-access database. The project is partnering with a network of archival institutions in France and in the UK. The project is co-funded by Arts and Humanities Research Council/Labex Passés dans le Présent joint grant in a partnership with a Université de Paris Idex “chaire environnée”.

> This list is intended for scientists and clinicians interested in all aspects of eye movement studies. The list is intended to host general discussions, conference and meeting information, discussion of methods, models, apparatus etc.

> EYITT contacts