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FAAM-FLYING-MEVALI
> This list has been retained 18/12/2023 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 List to plan and circulate flight information for the MEVALI campaign in March 2012. Microwave Emission Validation over sub-Arctic Lake Ice

FACILITY-CMIS-USERS
> This list is intended for users of the Facility CMIS timetabling software package to discuss issues surrounding the implementation and use of the software.

FACS
> This mailing list is for messages concerning Formal Aspects of Computing Science.

FACS-EVENTS
> This list is for the announcements of events concerning Formal Aspects of Computing Science.

FAIRTRADE
> This list has been retained 11/01/2024 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 to support those undertaking the Fairtrade University and College Award as well as facilitate wider ethical consumption discussions.

FAMILY-AND-HOUSEHOLD
> An interdisciplinary list for those teaching or researching in areas concerning contemporary families and households.

FANSTUDIES
> This list is used by members of the Fan Studies Network, to disseminate information such as calls for papers, publicizing events, and discussion about pertinent topics.

FARM
> This list will be used to share announcements of the newly established FARM network, which shares research with academics, stakeholders, experts by experience, and others with the aim of working collaboratively to see action in terms of food research.

FASHIONFRIENDS
> A list for networking, liaising and sharing information about matters of interest to those working with fashion collections (library, archive and museum)

FASTMOLL
> Mailing list for academics working on cephalopods, associated with the Cephalopod International Advisory Council (CIAC).

FCEPC-GENERAL
> Mailing list for a future circular electron positron collider. General news, Silicon Tracker R&D, DAQ R&D

FCNETWORK
> The main aim of the email discussion group is to enable dialogue and debate between researchers, artists and curators whose interest is in museum and exhibition practice influenced by feminism.

FE-COPYRIGHT
> An open list for CLA licensees in Further Education to discuss how they make the most of their FE Licence and share tips, ideas and best practice for using resources and published content.

FE-DATA-PROTECTION
> A list for the discussion of data protection matters and sharing advice and guidance in Further Education Colleges in the UK

FE-EXAMS-NETWORK
> For Examinations Officers in colleges funded by the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) to share information on Examinations issues, and to provide a support network for staff working in college Examinations Departments.

FE-HR
> This network is an email support network for Human Resources Directors & Managers in Further Education Corporations, 6th Form Colleges and similar bodies to share information about important issues, share good practice, help each other with problems, publicise training events and conferences and anything which the members will find useful or interesting to know about.

FE-LRC-WALES
> This list is for practitioners in Further Education Learning Resource Centres in Wales who are supporting e-learning and managing electronic resources.

FEANDSKILLSCONTENT
> This list is used to update all Jisc members in the further education and skills sector of any changes or potential changes to digital content provision. The group is also used as a forum for sharing good practice between members.

FEDORA-UKI
> This list is for UK & Irish users of the Fedora digital repository software. The UK and Ireland User Group holds occasional meetings etc and the list is primarily intended to support domestic arrangements, not technical queries.

FEEDBACKMUSIC
> Discussion list for the AHRC Feedback Musicianship Network.

FEESTATESNETWORK
> A network to provide support to all FE managers with responsibilities for estates, facilities , asset and property management.

FEM-ART-LOCALGLOBALRESEARCH
> This list aims to build an international community of feminist researchers exploring local and global dynamics in feminism and contemporary art, post-1960. This list is for all members to post relevant information, announcements, notices, projects proposals and outlines of research in progress to eachother. All members on the list are invited to post their local/regional/global information in the spirit of encouraging international exchange, finding partners for transnational dialogues and holding shared discussions on key topics and issues.

This list aims to build an international community of feminist researchers exploring local and global dynamics in feminism and contemporary art, post-1960. This list is for all members to post relevant information, announcements, notices, projects proposals and outlines of research in progress to eachother. All members on the list are invited to post their local/regional/global information in the spirit of encouraging international exchange, finding partners for transnational dialogues and holding shared discussions on key topics and issues.



FEMINIST-HCI
> This mailing list was established after the Feminist HCI Special Interest Group at CHI2018. It was instigated by fempower.tech - a group of intersectional feminists who aim to raise awareness of feminist issues in HCI by being overtly critical and political of the field, raising voices of underrepresented groups and topics, presenting tangible outcomes, and taking on an activist role for this. We create a supportive and collaborative environment within Open Lab (Newcastle University), academia, industry, and beyond.

FEMINIST-TRANSLATION-STUDIES
> The FEMINIST-TRANSLATION-STUDIES discussion list is a transnational feminist tool aimed at creating cross-border alliances and sharing news about publications, conferences and other academic events on this research field. It also enables members to ask critical questions and raise issues about any aspect related to Feminist Translation Studies in a broad sense. The vehicular language of the mailing list is English, but all geographies are included. It was created and administered by Olga Castro, University of Warwick, Great Britain. For more information, please contact the list owner.

FEMINISTACADEMICS
> A list for academics (PhD students through to Professors) who consider themselves to be feminist. Please share news of research, funding, networking, conferences and ideas for a website.

FEMQUANT
> A list for scholars/researchers using feminist theory and motivations in current quantitative, empirical research across the social sciences.

FESTIVAL
> To support cooperation between researchers concerned with the use of digital technologies in the theatre and theatre education

FETN
> The Further Education Tutorial Network (FETN) forum is available to all FETN members to support the sharing of ideas, information and good practice. FETN is a not for profit company created to support the development of tutorial support, learner development and learner support across the Learning and Skills sector.

FEUSERS
> FEUSERS is a list serving the researchers and groups active in using and developing FINITE ELEMENTS and FINITE DIFFERENCE software and the associated pre- and post-processing graphical software. The forum encourages notices and information on FE/FD. Sublist of engineering-all

FGC-ADULTS
> This list aims to share information about Family Group Conferencing and build a community through discussion and sharing of ideas. One initial focus of the discussions will be about the three year NIHR funded research project on Family Group Conferencing 'Family Group Conferencing in adult social care and mental health: exploring how it works and what difference it can make in people's lives led by Jerry Tew at the University of Birmingham from 2022 - 2025. The list will build on an existing community of practice which has been developed for those working and interested in Family Group Conferencing - as well as those with lived experience.

FGLS
> We are the subject association of scholars working on Germanic languages in the UK and Ireland and we live at www.fgls.ac.uk. We have biennial meetings and a lovely mailing list. And we are very friendly and welcoming.

FIELDS-OF-VISION
> This list provides a communication channel between those with an interest in the arts and sport coming together. Its purpose is to disseminate news and foster debate.

FIESTUDENTGLOBALLEADERSHIP
> The Student Global Leadership Conference aims to bring together student leaders with key figures in both the theory and implementation of leadership. This list is used by FIE to make announcements to further and Higher education and the research community about our Student Global Leadership Conference.

FILM-PHILOSOPHY
> Film-Philosophy is an academic journal dedicated to the engagement between film studies and philosophy. This email list is for announcements related to conferences and publications relevant to our field of interest. Film-Philosophy is published by Edinburgh University Press: https://www.euppublishing.com/loi/film Film-Philosophy Conference details are available here: http://journals.ed.ac.uk/f-p- submissions/conference Film-Philosophy is an academic journal dedicated to the engagement between film studies and philosophy. This email list is for announcements related to conferences and publications relevant to our field of interest. Film-Philosophy is published by Edinburgh University Press: https://www.euppublishing.com/loi/film Film-Philosophy Conference details are available here: http://journals.ed.ac.uk/f-p- submissions/conference

FINANCE-AND-PHYSICS
> Application of methods of statistical physics and non-linear dynamics to micro/macro-economic modelling and financial market analysis. This will benefit the research community and particularly will help to set up a UK based academic network in the field.

FINDEES
> This list aims to bring together UK and global scholars working on issues of finance, financialisation, and financial integration in developing and emerging economies

FINDINGFAMILIAR
> This is the Finding the Familiar archaeology mailing list for research support and identification queries for colleagues working on artefacts dating from c.1750-c.1950. The mailing list grew out of the first 'Finding the Familiar' workshop, held in Sheffield in early 2009, and organised by Claire Coulter and Sheffield University's former ARCUS unit. The list aims to help redress a gap in specialist knowledge as more and more academic, commercial, and government-based colleagues work on sites dating from the more recent past. While some specialists are working on ceramics and glass from the relevant period, finding information on other types of finds is often difficult (and Google searches are not always reliable). The list welcomes queries on all artefacts from the relevant period, and any related issues. Announcements on future Finding the Familiar workshops will also be posted here. While we welcome members from all regions of the world, we want the list to focus on supporting colleagues working in the UK and Ireland as relevant support is already available in North America and Australasia. Images are an integral part of identification - but please don't attach images to e-mails sent to the list! We want to avoid bombarding colleagues with large attachments that might crash their inbox. Instead of using attachments, you may post images to the Finding the Familiar Photobucket account we've set up for the list. Photobucket is a free on-line image storage service that automatically generates URL addresses (web links) for images posted there. This makes it easy to simply post an image to the Photobucket account, and then provide a URL to the image in your e-mail. There is a link to the page just below this introduction (in the blue text!). The list user name is 'FindingTheFamiliar'; the password is 'findingfamiliar. From there, it should be obvious how to load up an image. If you have any further questions about the list, please contact list moderator Alasdair Brooks (amb72@le.ac.uk). We hope you find the Finding the Familiar mailing list to be a useful resource!

FINDIRECTORS
> A mailing list and discussion forum for Finance Directors operating in Further Education institutions delivering Higher Education provision. Key purposes: to discuss funding issues, share best practice, achieve best value, and establish beneficial networks.

FINGEO
> This list is used for discussion and announcements relevant to the Global Network on Financial Geography (FinGeo) community, such as upcoming events, conferences, job postings, projects, publications.

FISH
> The Forum for Information Standards in Heritage promotes the discussion, dissemination and use of standards and terminology resources across the academic and professional heritage communities

FISH-TECHNICAL
> This group acts as an advisory panel to the Forum on Information Standards in Heritage, providing expertise in the implications for system development of emerging information standards.

FISSION-TRACK
> A forum for discussion and dissemination of information relating to the Fission track method.

FLAME
> This is a mailing list for academics, researchers and professionals working on the use of film and other media for language learning.

FLAMEDISX
> List to coordinate a software collaboration flamedisx, a fitting package for liquid noble dark matter detectors

FLEXIPLANHDRUSERS
> List is to support staff working in radiotherapy departments using the Flexiplan HDR (High-Dose Rate) planning system

FLIP-NETWORK
> A mailing list for FLIP members to communicate, share information and ideas and network.

FLONG
> This list is for all who are interested in flongs, paper moulds used to stereotype formes in 20th century printing.

FMNET
> This list was originally set up for discussion concerning a proposed European Network of Excellence in the area of formal methods led by London South Bank University, UK. Now it is available for general messages relating to formal methods. Anyone with an interest in formal methods may join.

FOCIL
> The list will provide a multidisciplinary forum enabling academics and leading practitioners to share and discuss research, knowledge and best practice, expand awareness, encourage an integrated approach to contamination in land and support teaching in the contaminated land arena.

FOLKTALES
> This list is used to facilitate interdisciplinary discussion of folktales, fairy tales and fantasy literature. Contributions may include research enquiries as well information about relevant publications and events.

FONETIKS
> Mailing list for 'foNETiks', a monthly electronic newsletter containing news about meetings, new positions, and a range of other areas of interest to those studying and working in the areas of phonetics, phonology, and speech science.

FOOD-FOR-THOUGHT
> This list is primarily intended as a forum for discussions on all aspects of food and eating across different disciplines. The list also provides a bulletin board for notices of meetings, employment opportunities, new publications etc.

FOOD-STUDY-GROUP
> The Food-study-group list is maintained by the British Sociological Association's Sociology of Food Study Group and the Scottish Colloquium on Food and Feeding -SCOFF-. The list is used to promote and disseminate sociologically-informed research on all aspects of food production and consumption. The list also provides a forum for academics and health practitioners who want to discuss ideas and share information.

FOODBANKRESEARCH
> A discussion forum for those studying food banks, food security and food poverty in the UK. Includes ethnography, discursive, political, economic and critical research approaches. Share information about events, meetings, publications and research proposals. Takes an international perspective on food banks around the world.

FOODCHAIN
> The Internet of Food Things (IoFT) Network Plus is supporting the digitalised food chain. It brings together data and computer scientists, chemists, and economists. It investigates artificial intelligence, data analytics, IoT, robots and emerging technologies. It will run conferences, workshops and fund pilot studies, projects, and reviews

FOODDESIGN
> This list is used by the International Food Design Society to make announcements about conference calls and to stimulate the research community to share knowledge and create a network of people interested in the emerging Food Design discipline.

FOODFIN
> The Food and Finance email list provides a friendly and supportive platform for researchers (university-based or non-university-based) who work on the financialisation of food, food speculation, rent-seeking and rent-extraction in food and related topics to exchange ideas, share research outputs, and consult others.

FOODGEOGRAPHIES
> The aim of the Food Geographies Working Group is to bring together geographers who study all aspects of food, from across the breadth of geography's sub-disciplines, and to raise the profile of geography as a key voice in food-related research, policy, knowledge and action. Twitter: @FoodGeog Email: foodgeographies [at] gmail.com foodgeographies.wordpress.com

FOOT-AND-ANKLE-EVIDENCE-UPDATES
> This list has been retained 31/03/2021 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 used by the Orthopaedics and Trauma Group at the University of Nottingham to provide a monthly e-mail update on new evidence-based resources relevant to foot and ankle surgery, with an emphasis on guidelines and systematic reviews.

FORCED-MIGRATION
>

The Forced Migration Discussion List (also known as the FMList) is an email-based community, moderated by staff at Forced Migration Online. It aims to encourage greater exchange of information and to promote discussion on the problem of refugees and other victims of forced migration/involuntary resettlement, including those of development projects which lead to their forcible uprooting.

The list provides regular updates on major news, publications and events relating to forced migration. Posts will often include information about relevant funding opportunities, job vacancies and new research projects. Subscribers to the List also have access to an invaluable community of experts in the field of forced migration, and may occasionally use the List to request specific information on issues relevant to forced migration.

If you would like to post a message on the List, please send an email to fmlist@qeh.ox.ac.uk, or follow the link in the 'options' bar above.

Please note that messages sent to the Forced Migration Discussion List are moderated. Posts must comply with our selection guidelines (http://www.forcedmigration.org/discussion/guidelines/) and we reserve the right to edit, or to reject, posts that fail to do so.

FORENSIC-EDUCATION
> The list of the UK Physical Sciences Centre SIG in Forensic Science to share ideas in teaching and learning.

FORENSIC-LINGUISTICS
> Members discuss the use of linguistic evidence in court, features of courtroom and legal discourse including courtroom interpreting, and other aspects of the relationship between Language and the Law. List members include academic linguists, academic and practising lawyers and legal interpreters, though researchers in other disciplines are welcome.

FOREST-HUMANITIES
> This list is for sharing announcements of events, publications, and ongoing research in the culture of trees and forests. It brings together academics and researchers from different institutions and fields, including environmental history, anthropology, art history, law, literature, and geography. It aims to provide a communication network for the large breadth of research in forest humanities, history, politics, and culture.

FORUMFORINTERLENDING
> The Forum for Interlending mailing list is a discussion list for members of the Forum for Interlending and is dedicated to all aspects of interlending and document supply.

FOUNDATIONAL-STUDIES-BRISTOL
> To advertise events (talks/workshops/seminars) in logic and philosophy of mathematics at the University of Bristol, associated with the "Foundational Studies Bristol" research group.

FPH-IANDI-SIG
> For members of the Faculty of Public Health special interest group on information and intelligence. The list will support general communication and support for information and intelligence including news of events, consultations and resources arranging meetings and, when required, detailed discussion of drafts and documents.

FPMM-BOARD
> The main list FPMM is for the full membership and is for mailings to the Faculty. This is a sub list of the Board members only

FPRN
> This list brings together members of the Fuel Poverty Research network to discuss matters relating to the network and its research interests

FRANCE-MEDIA
> This list is intended to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information between researchers interested in the French broadcasting media.

FREEDOM-OF-INFORMATION
> The Freedom of Information Act came into force on 1st January 2005, and affects the way FE and HE institutions handle information. This list aims to be a forum for exchanging ideas and as a focus for the community, to operate as a repository for FAQs, to aid us in understaning the application of the legislation. Members should observe normal Netiquette. The list is not for Commercial purposes. As higher and further education institutions are public authorities as determined under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, postings to the list, including expressions of opinion, may be subject to the disclosure requirements of the Act.

FRIENDSOFWISDOM
> A group concerned that academic inquiry should help humanity acquire more wisdom by rational means. Wisdom is taken to be the capacity to realize what is of value in life, for oneself and others. It includes knowledge, understanding and technological know-how, and much else besides.

FRIENDSOFWISDOM-D
> A group concerned to discuss issues arising in connection with the view that academic inquiry should help humanity acquire more wisdom by rational means. Wisdom is taken to be the capacity to realize what is of value in life, for oneself and others. It includes knowledge, understanding and technological know-how, and much else besides.

FSL
> The FSL list exists to support users of FSL, a large package of functional and structural brain image analysis tools.

FUEL-POVERTY-POSTGRADUATES
> This list supports the Fuel Poverty Postgraduate Network and provides a virtual forum for postgraduate researchers to share ongoing research on fuel poverty, seek out potential collaborations, and develop an understanding of how findings can be effectively disseminated.

FUNDING-SUST-UK-TRE-COMM
> A list for the WG on funding and sustainability to discuss matters and organise work. Everyone can join but discussions will be kept private to allow sharing potentially identifying information.

FUTURE-BLOOD-TESTING
> This is the official mailing list for the EPSRC Future blood testing for inclusive monitoring and personalised analytics Network

FUTURE-FESTIVALS
> The mailing list aims to stimulate discussion and knowledge sharing on the future and future developments of festivals in response to the Covid-19 crisis

FUTUREOFDOCTORALRESEARCH
> For all those interested in ethics, funding, design, implementation and future of doctoral research.

FUTURETEACHER
> The Future Teacher 3.0 project is an Erasmus+ funded project to provide free staff training, capacity building, resources and support for anyone in interested in improving their teaching and learning and using, developing and sharing effective ways of inspiring, supporting and engaging learners with and without digital technologies.