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This list is for announcements and discussion related to the activities of ADM-HEA, the Art, Design and Media Subject Centre of the Higher Education Academy. The Subject Centre promotes high quality in the learning and teaching of ADM in HE by enabling knowledge exchange, innovation and enterprise.

Disciplinary Interest Group(DIG) for Anthropology is Primary concerned with teaching and learning but recognizes overlap with research It has the following remit: 1. To monitor and feedback to the discipline on developments in the Higher Education Academy 2. Make sure that anthropology has a voice 3. Identifying sources of Teaching and Lerning Funding and supporting bids.

The list will provide a forum for the sharing of information between teachers of computing and digital design in schools of architecture in the UK.

AToM Open Source Archival Description software created by ICA and Artefactal the acronym stands for Access to Memory. A discussion forum for AToM users and potential users to facilitate use and development and to jointly engage with the development company Artefactual, the ICA (International Council on Archives)and other interested bodies

BASA was established in 1991 to encourage research in the history of Black and Asian peoples in Britain. BASA organises workshops for teachers, participates in education conferences, and campaigns on educational and institutional racism issues. In 1999, BASA established the Black and Asian Archives Working Party (now the BASA Research Resources Working Party):BASA-research-resources@jiscmail.ac.uk.

The primary aim of this e-group will be to promote collaborative research and the dissemination of findings from academic and community-based studies, projects, and initiatives, as well as fostering the exchange of information re. meetings, seminars, conferences etc of mutual interest. The majority of messages will comprise progress reports of existing projects; information regarding new course modules and research findings; feedback re. key government and art councils policies and strategies; as well as listings of events, conferences, and seminars and funding opportunities. The membership will include academic and community researchers, practitioners, archivists, curators, librarians, and community activists and local historians. Equally important are people based in voluntary arts and cultural organisations, art councils, art centres, and interested members of the public.

This list supports the RSLP project for nationwide research activities in book history and book design. This project aims to provide researchers with access to a web interface which will link records from six holdings libraries, including a virtual database of identified records.

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

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

This list is used to make announcements and promote discussion to Higher Education and the international research community about research data publication. Topics include technical and scientific peer review, trusted repository accreditation and the challenges for researchers, institutions, funders and publishers.

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.

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.

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.

A discussion list for the UK Data Archive's thesaurus products (the Humanities and Social Science Electronic Thesaurus/European Language Social Science Thesaurus).

raise the profile of records and archival issues within the health sector #facilitate the networking, collaborating and sharing of information #contribute to the development of standards and best practice promote the use and value of health archives and records

This list is used by Queen's University Medical Library to discuss issues related to the development of the Health on the net Northern Ireland (HONNI) website.

This email list is for announcing and discussing issues regarding federated access management. The intended audience for this list are academic publishers and other service providers that provide a service to UK further and higher education institutions.

This list was used by those involved in the Kultur project, however from 1st October 2009 the Kultur partners have been expanding into a Kultur II Group consisting of specialist creative arts institutions, departments within larger multidisciplinary institutions, and researchers in the UK. The group welcomes repository managers, technical staff, academics, researchers, and research office staff. Kultur ran from 31 March 2007 - 31 March 2009 and was funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), under the Start-Up and Enhancement strand of its Repositories and Preservation programme. http://kultur.eprints.org/ Future projects and activities of the Kultur II Group are available here: http://www.vads.ac.uk/kultur2group/projects/index.html

This list is used by the Association of Librarians in Landbased Colleges and Universities to enable discussions to take place relevant to those working (or related) to the sector.

This list enables information professionals, who support research, learning and teaching in the Arts and Humanities, to discuss and exchange information about the latest developments in the field.

This list is for information exchange and discussion amongst librarians working with children's literature, academic research and collections.

This list is used by members of the Education databases User group as a forum for discussion and dialogue between the publishers of the Index, its users, and the providers of the platforms on which it operates.

A forum for discussion for healthcare librarians based in Yorkshire and the Humber.

The aim of this list is create a community for information professionals who support research and teaching in the field of literature, enabling the sharing, discussion and exchange of ideas and information.

A discussion list for those involved in archives relating to land transport. This is a mutual support network for archive creators, custodians and users. #The network deals with research resources in the following areas. #Design, making and use of vehicles; associated infrastructure / people.

Mailing list for the MLAG members to share information about meetings, conferences and events and to discuss matters of common interest.

This list is used by members of SIBMAS to exchange news and views on the care and documentation of performing arts collections

This is a survey about how special collections are promoted and why. To gather feedback from special collections staff to support my MA dissertation research area.

This is a mail list for UKeiG members to exchange information within the field of Intranets. UK e Information Group is a Special Interest Group of CILIP: the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals. UKeiG is a respected and well-established body for all information professionals, users and developers of electronic information resources. We promote and advance the effective exploitation and management of electronic information in all formats. UKeiG has individual and corporate members across all key UK sectors: government, legal, business and commerce, science, technology and healthcare, higher and further education, and the public sector.

VISA-3D aims to serve as a forum for a community-wide discussion for those interested in or actively engaged in the creation or use of digital 3D representations in Arts and Humanities contexts. It was set up in 2006 by the JISC 3D Visualisation in the Arts Network (www.3DVisA.ac.uk), hosted by King's Visualisation Lab at the Centre for Computing in the Humanities (now Department of Digital Humanities), King's College London, UK.