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*Copyright Statement*
Copyright 1992 by Diane K. Kovacs, The Directory Team and Kent State
University Libraries. Single copies of these listing from their
networked sources, or of specific entries from their networked
sources, may be made for internal purposes, personal use, or study
by an individual, an individual library, or an educational or
research institution.The directory or its contents may not be
otherwise reproduced or republished in excerpt or entirety, in print
or electronic form, without permission from Diane K. Kovacs, Kent
State University Libraries.
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*Humanities and Social Sciences FILE 1 Anthropology-Education*
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*Anthropology, Cross Cultural Studies, and Archaeology*
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0001
LN: [email protected]
TI: This e-conference deals with discussions of various techniques
and fields of research in Anthropology.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: Ezra Zubrow (Bitnet) [email protected] (Internet)
[email protected] Hugh Jarvis (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0002
LN: [email protected]
TI: ARCH-L has been formed to facilitate discussions of
archaeological problems, especially those concerned with research,
excavations, etc. Also relevant conferences, job announcements,
calls for papers, publications, bibliographies and the like should
be publicized. It is hoped that the e-conference will also serve as
a central repository for public domain or shareware software related
to archaeological studies. If you have materials that you'd be
willing to put on file, please contact one of the owners of the e-
conference.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: Sebastian Rahtz (Internet) [email protected] Frank
Siegmund (EARN) [email protected] Helge Steenweg (EARN)
[email protected]
IA:
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0003
LN: [email protected]
TI: EthnoFORUM, a global ethnomusicology forum. EthnoFORUM is
restricted to scholars, researchers and graduate students interested
in ethnomusicology. A cooperative undertaking, EthnoFORUM is
intended to offer a marketplace of ideas and information, and relies
on the offerings and participation of its subscribers. Contributions
to "Ethnomusicology Research Digest" may be sent to [email protected]
The Digest is distributed to all subscribers to EthnoFORUM.
ED: Yes
AR: Yes
MO: Dr. Karl Signell (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0004
LN: [email protected]
TI: Ethnomethodology/conversation analysis.
ED: No
AR: No
MO: Comserve Editorial Staff (Bitnet) [email protected] (Internet)
[email protected]
IA: Comserve
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0005
LN: [email protected]
TI: Folklore Discussion List. An open discussion list for users
interested in Folklore.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: Mark Glazer (Bitnet) [email protected] Mary L. Rose (Bitnet)
[email protected] Glenn A. Jenkins (Bitnet) [email protected] Roy Ruiz (Bitnet)
[email protected]
IA:
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0006
LN: [email protected]
TI: Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Discussion List. Issues associated
with cross-cultural medicine and/or folk/herbal medicine.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: Esra Delen (EARN) [email protected] Suleyman Aydin (EARN) D%[email protected]
Huryasa Aslan (EARN) [email protected]
IA: Anadolu University Medicinal Plants Research Centre (TBAM)
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0007
LN: [email protected]
TI: Study of Intercultural Communication.
ED:
AR: No
MO: Comserve Support Staff (Bitnet) [email protected] (Bitnet)
[email protected] (Internet) [email protected]
IA: Comserve
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0008
LN: [email protected]
TI: LORE is a broad-based, public discussion group that will examine
and discuss all aspects of Folklore.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Weekly
MO: Pat Carey (Bitnet) [email protected] (Internet)
[email protected]
IA:
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0009
LN: [email protected]
TI: Museum-L is a general interest e-conference for museum
professionals and others interested in museum related issues. It is
hoped that an open discussion by those who work in exhibits,
education, collection, or curatorial positions can foster an unders
tanding among those who work in museums. It is also hoped that the
discussion can share ideas and information regarding new methods.
ED:
AR:
MO: John Chadwick (Internet) [email protected] (Bitnet)
[email protected]
IA:
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0010
LN: [email protected]
TI: Pacific Rim Archaeology Interest List. PACARC-L Interest Group
Distribution List is a discussion group on Pacific Rim Archaeology.
The topics include meetings, articles, software, theories,
materials, methods, tools, and any topic related to Pacific
Archaeology.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: Dale Croes (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0011
LN: [email protected]
TI: Qualitative Research for the Human Sciences.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: Judith Preissle-Goetz (Bitnet)[email protected] (Internet)
[email protected] David Quarterman (Bitnet) [email protected] Harold
Pritchett (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0012
LN: [email protected]
TI: Discussion of Slovak issues.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Weekly
MO: Jan George Frajkor (Internet) [email protected]
IA:
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0013
LN: [email protected]
TI: This e-conference relays the soc.culture.greek newsgroup
(discussion of Greek society and culture) to/from a group of
subscribers, that have No USENET ACCESS (people overseas, on bitnet,
on decnet,etc.). Articles are collected and sent daily in a single
mail message the headers of that message show how to subscribe and
how to post something.
ED:
AR:
MO: Manolis Tsangaris (Internet) [email protected]
(UUCP)!uunet!cs.wisc.edu!mt
IA:
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0014
LN: [email protected]
TI: Discussion List for "Humour Studies."
ED: No
AR: Yes
MO: Mary L. Rose (Bitnet) [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] Mark
Glazer (Bitnet) [email protected] Glenn A. Jenkins (Bitnet)
[email protected], [email protected] Roy Ruiz (Bitnet) [email protected],
[email protected]
IA:
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0015
LN: [email protected]
TI: Intercultural Communication Practicum. The purpose of Xcult-X,
Intercultural Communication Practicum, is to foster
interdisciplinary discussions of communication philosophy, theory,
and practice in the global village through formation of a discussion
group via human computer-mediated communication. Xcult-X is a rule-
free discussion group open to all. It is sponsored by Lance Haynes
who refuses to take any power other than that firmly imposed by the
host computer center. Requests for listowner to exert any power
whatsoever over the topics or discussion methods on this e-
conference will be met with referral to group discussion.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: Lance Haynes (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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*Art*
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0016
LN: [email protected]
TI: Japanese animedia and other animation news.
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
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0017
LN: ANSI-ART
TI: The list is intended for ANSI or ASCII art lovers. Regular
compilations of art received will be mailed out to all subscribers.
ED:
AR:
MO: Christopher Davis (Internet) DDBAG256F%[email protected]
IA:
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0018
LN: [email protected]
TI: A discussion forum open to anyone interested in the visual arts.
Topics will reflect the diversity of art critical discourse:
postmodernism, marxist and feminist theories, curatorial practices,
funding and any issue which affects artists, critics and art
viewers. Reveiws should be sent to the Editor, Michele Macal
[email protected]
ED:
AR:
MO: Michele Macaluso (Internet)
GL253001%YUORION[email protected] (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0019
LN: [email protected]
TI: ARTNET provides a forum for the discussion of ART that is
concerned with: network; installation; project; communication;
temporary; ad-hoc; transient; mobile; time-based; formless; de-
centred. I call this PERIPATETIC art. I define peripatetic art
thus: The art or action of creative endeavour with lack of fixed
base. There is No fixed centre which claims to have 'the
knowledge'. All projects involve some aspect of lack of enclosure;
the promotion of action without centre. Peripatetic art tends
towards the transient, the time based, the mobile. Peripatetology
is as much about receiving the action, the project, as it is about
initiating it.
ED:
AR:
MO: (Internet) [email protected]
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0020
LN: [email protected]
TI: Art-Support exists as a forum for the discussion of ART related
matters. Potential members include artists, art administrators,
writers, theorists, students, teachers and others with an interest
in art. The focus of the e-conference is intended to be the UK art
community.
ED:
AR:
MO: (Janet) [email protected]
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0021
LN: ASCII-ART
TI: The list is intended for ASCII art lovers. Regular compilations
of art received will be mailed out to all subscribers.
ED:
AR:
MO: Christopher Davis (Internet) DZZA1005F%[email protected]
IA:
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0022
LN: [email protected]
TI: Bonsai is the oriental art (craft) of miniaturizing trees and
plants into forms that mimic nature. This list has been setup to
facilitate discussion of the art and craft of Bonsai and related art
forms.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: Daniel Cwiertniewicz (Internet) [email protected]
(Internet) [email protected] (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0023
LN: [email protected]
TI: Art History Forum
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
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0024
LN: [email protected]
TI: Computer Graphics Education E-conference is intended as a forum
for the dissemination and discussion of information important to
Computer Graphics education. Until further notice, this e-
conference has been set up as an automatic distribution list.
ED:
AR:
MO: William J. Joel (Internet) [email protected] (Bitnet)
[email protected]
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0025
LN: [email protected]
TI: The focus of CLAYART is to provide a forum for discussion of
issues of interest to those in the fields of ceramic arts/pottery.
Appropriate postings include: aesthetic issues, exhibition
opportunities, conference information, grant information, technical
information, book reviews, workshops/seminars, job listings.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: Joe Molinaro (Bitnet) [email protected] Phone (Richmond, KY): (606)
622-1634 Mary Molinaro (Bitnet) [email protected] (Internet)
[email protected]
IA:
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0026
LN: [email protected]
TI: Basic Design (Art and Architecture)
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
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0027
LN: [email protected]
TI: This e-conference concentrates on the DKB Ray Tracer that is
developed by David Buck. We also intend to archive the various
versions of this software and art work created with this package.
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
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0028
LN: FACXCH-L @PSUVM
TI: Art, Architecture, Design Faculty Exchange is an e-conference
for faculty members in art, architecture, and both visual and basic
design. If you are interested in making a faculty exchange then
post your interest to this e-conference.
ED:
AR:
MO: Howard Ray Lawrence (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0029
LN: [email protected]
TI: The FINEART Forum is dedicated to International collaboration
between artists and scientists. It is subsidized by the The purpose
of this e-conference is to disseminate information regarding the use
of computers in the Fine Arts.
ED:
AR:
MO: Ray Lauzzana (Phone) (413) 545-1902 (Internet)
lauzzana%[email protected]
IA: International Society for the Arts, Science, and Technology
(ISAST), 2020 Milvia, Berkeley,CA 94704.
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0030
LN: [email protected]
TI: Yale University Graphics Users
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
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0031
LN: [email protected]
TI: OSU Computer Graphics Discussion List
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: Duane Weaver (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0032
LN: [email protected]
TI: GRAPHIX covers everything in respect to graphics: file format
(.GIF, PIC, etc.), new boards, drivers,interfaces, scanners,
databases, FTP sites, i.e., everything that relates to information
to be displayed in graphical form.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: Douglas Sargent (Bitnet) [email protected] Hernan Lobos *Mitzio*
(Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0033
LN: [email protected]
TI: Industrial Design Forum provides a global electronic meeting
place for all involved in industrial design. Practicing designers,
design educators and design students are invited to subscribe.
Subscribers will receive Voice of Industrial Design (VOID), a
newsletter complied by industrial design students.
ED:
AR:
MO: Maurice Barnwell (Internet) [email protected]
IA:
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0034
LN: IMAGE-L @TREARN
TI: Image Processing And Applications e-conference deals mainly in
image processing and related issues, focusing on video compression
for multimedia applications, image processing applications, object
isolation, linear predictive systems, motion detection motion video
compression.
ED:
AR:
MO: Yusuf Ozturk (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0035
LN: [email protected]
TI: Les Arts et les nouvelles technologies
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
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0036
LN: [email protected]
TI: This e-conference is for discussion of all facets of origami,
the Japanese art of paper folding. Topics include bibliographies,
folding techniques, display ideas, descriptions of new folds,
creativity, materials, organizations, computer representations of
folds, etc.
ED:
AR:
MO: Brad Blumenthal (Internet) [email protected]
IA:
____________________
0037
LN: [email protected]
TI: Ellhnikh Fotografikh Lesxh
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
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0038
LN: [email protected]
TI: This e-conference is a forum for discussion of all aspects of
photography, including esthetics, equipment, technique, etc.
ED:
AR:
MO: Mark Hayes (Internet) [email protected] (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0039
LN: [email protected]
TI: This list (pinhole) is unmoderated, dealing with the discussion
of pinhole photography. Camera construction, techniques and style
are some of the topics that will be discussed.
ED:
AR:
MO: Richard R. Vallon, Jr.(Internet) [email protected]
(UUCP) rex!mintir!rvallon
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0040
LN: STUXCH-L @PSUVM
TI: Art, Architecture, Design Student Exchanges is an e-conference
for students in art, architecture, and both visual and basic design.
If you are interested in making a student exchange in one of these
areas then post your interest to this e-conference. The e-
conference is open to students in these fields at any institution.
ED:
AR:
MO: Harold Ray Lawrence (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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*Communication Studies*
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0041
LN: [email protected]
TI: Numerous e-conferences pertaining to topics related to study of
human communication are available through the services of Comserve
at RPIECS. Some of these are listed individually in other sections
of this Directory.
ED:
AR:
MO: Comserve Support Staff (Bitnet) [email protected] (Bitnet)
[email protected] (Internet) [email protected]
IA:
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0042
LN: [email protected]
TI: Stuttering: Research and Clinical Practice is a list for
dialogue related to research and clinical practice dealing with
stuttering.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: Woody Starkweather (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0043
LN: [email protected]
TI: Discussion of issues and studies in communication and
information technology.
ED: Yes
AR: No
MO: Elia Zureik (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0044
LN: [email protected]
TI: This list, Visual and Verbal Semiotics, was formerly Telesi-L.
It aims for dicussion addressing issues related to semiotics, verbal
and non-verbal communication, language behavior, visual issues, and
liguistics.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: Steven Skaggs (Internet) [email protected]
IA:
____________________
0045
LN: [email protected]
TI: An unmoderated list for discussing the X*Change information
service that X*Press Information Services Ltd. distributes over some
cable television systems. Topics include general information,
datastream format, alternate user interfaces, etc.
ED:
AR:
MO: Brian Smithson (Internet) [email protected]
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*Comparative & Interdisciplinary Humanistic Studies*
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0046
LN: [email protected]
TI: Brown University Computing in the Humanities
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
____________________
0047
LN: [email protected]
TI: Dead Teachers Society E-conference
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
____________________
0048
LN: [email protected]
TI: Albert Einstein Papers Project and Discussion
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
____________________
0049
LN: [email protected]
TI: ERASMUS Discussion - Renaissance and Reformation StudiesSU:
ED: Yes
AR:
MO: Prof. William Bowen (Internet) [email protected]
IA:
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0050
LN: [email protected]
TI: Discussion of the Renaissance and Reformation. FICINO is an
international electronic seminar and bulletin-board devoted to all
aspects of the Renaissance and Reformation, operated by the Centre
for Reformation and Renaissance Studies (CRRS) at Victoria
University in the University of Toronto. The aim of Ficino is to
further lively discussion and rapid exchange of information amongst
scholars with an interest in its subject areas.
ED: No
AR: Yes, Monthly, Private
MO: Dr. Willard McCarty (Internet) [email protected] Prof.
William Bowen (Internet) [email protected] Otto Pilot (Bitnet)
[email protected]
IA:
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0051
LN: [email protected]
TI: The Humanities Computing Facilities Net is a forum for the
discussion of problems, interests, and recurring themes that face
managers of Humanities Computing Facilities.
ED:
AR: Yes
MO: Eric Dahlin (Bitnet) [email protected] Jason B. Hendrix (Bitnet)
[email protected]
____________________
0052
LN: [email protected]
TI: The Hellenic E-conference. The goal of this e-conference is to
offer to all Greeks of BitNet a way to Communicate. The language,
preferably, used in this e-conference is Greek (with latin
characters, 'Vlachofragika').
ED: Yes
AR: Yes, Weekly, Private
MO: Spiros Liolis (Bitnet) [email protected] Kostas Piperis (Bitnet)
[email protected] Alexandros Couloumbis (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0053
LN: [email protected]
TI: HUMANIST Discussion/ Multidisciplinary..excellent discussion
HUMANIST is an international electronic discussion group for
computing Humanists and for those who support the application of
computers to scholarship in the humanities. It currently consists of
nearly 300 members in 13 countries in North America, Europe, and the
Near East. Relevant topics are technical questions about hardware
and software
ED: Yes
AR: Yes, Weekly
MO: Allen Renear and Ellen Brennan (Internet)
[email protected] (Bitnet) [email protected]nvm
IA:
____________________
0054
LN: [email protected]
TI: Humanist Special E-conference. This e-conference is for the
Special Humanist Mailings
ED: Yes
AR: Yes, Monthly, Private
MO: Allen Renear and Ellen Brennan (Internet)
[email protected] (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
____________________
0055
LN: [email protected]
TI: Discussion of Beatle era popular culture. Topics will include
but not be restricted to history, politics, culture, music,
literature, collectibles, comic books, comix, counter culture,
drugs, Vietnam (and the war), Cold War, etc. between 1962 (the
first Beatle hit record in England) and 1974 (US out of Vietnam).
ED:
AR:
MO: Matt Gore (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
____________________
0056
LN: [email protected]
TI: Multicriteria E-conference
ED:
AR:
MO: (EARN) [email protected]
IA:
____________________
0057
LN: [email protected]
TI: _Postmodern Culture_ is a juried interdisciplinary electronic
journal of contemporary literature, theory and culture. PMC
publishes three issues a year (in January, May and September).
Subscribers receive the table of contents for the most recent issue
plus a preface for new users which contains detailed instructions on
how to retrieve items from the journal. Back issues are readily
available, and subscription is free. Each issue contains essays,
creative works, book reviews, a popular culture column, and
announcements of conferences, special issues, and other events and
publications of general interest. Notices and submissions can be
sent to the editorial address, below. PMC is also available on disk
and on microfiche.
ED: Yes
AR: No
MO: Eyal Amiran and John Unsworth (Internet) [email protected]
(Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0058
LN: [email protected]
TI: PMC-TALK is the discussion group which accompanies _Postmodern
Culture_. It is a separate e-conference and requires a separate
subscription. In addition to discussion of postmodernism, PMC-TALK
distributes non-juried essays, translations, bibliographies,
interviews, and creative works. New subscribers automatically
receive a list of the files available from PMC-TALK.
ED: Yes
AR: Yes, Monthly
MO: John Unsworth and Eyal Amiran (Internet) [email protected]
(Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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*Dance*
____________________
0059
LN: [email protected]
TI: Ballroom dancing discussion of any aspect of Ballroom and Swing
dancing. For instance: Places to dance, announcement of special
events (e.g., inter-university competitions), exchange of
information about clubs, ballroom dance music, discussion of dances,
steps, etc.
ED: No
AR:
MO: Shahrukh Merchant
IA:
____________________
0060
LN: [email protected]
TI: The purpose of DANCE-L is to create a global electronic forum
and medium for information exchange between all who are interested
in folkdance and traditional dance. SPECIAL PROJECTS The e-
conference participants will be stimulated to actively engage and
share responsibility in a number of projects to establish an
INTERNATIONAL FOLKDANCE DATABASE, by using a standard exchange
record format, with the dance name as the main entry, to establish a
FOLKDANCE DOCUMENTATION DATABASE, also by using a standard exchange
record format, with book or article title as the main entry, to
establish a MULTILINGUAL FOLKDANCE TERMINOLOGY DATABASE,also by
using a standard exchange record format, with the English term as
the main entry.
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
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*Education and CAI*
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0061
LN: [email protected]
TI:ACADV is a private forum for those engaged in the delivery of
academic advising services in higher education it is primarily for
professional advisors (those employed in the field of academic
advising) and for faculty members who have academic advising
responsibilities, rather than for computer support personnel.
ED:
AR:
MO: Dr. Harold L. Caldwell (Internet)
00HLCALDWELL%[email protected] (Bitnet)
[email protected]
IA:
____________________
0062
LN: [email protected]
TI:Academic Software Development This e-conference is for discussing
all aspects of academic software development.
ED:
AR:
MO: Timothy Bergeron (Bitnet) [email protected] Steve Middlebrook
(Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
____________________
0063
LN: [email protected]
TI:Canadian Adult Education Network
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
____________________
0064
LN: [email protected]
TI:Discussions related to the application of artificial intelligence
to education.
ED:
AR:
MO: J.R. Prohaska (Internet) [email protected] Stuart Macmillan
(Internet) [email protected]
IA:
____________________
0065
LN: [email protected]
TI:Alternative Approaches to Learning Discussion
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
____________________
0066
LN: [email protected]
TI:Alberta Post-Secondary Education Network
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
____________________
0067
LN: [email protected]
TI:This e-conference is for open communication concerning issues of
higher education within the Association for the Study of Higher
Education (ASHE).
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
____________________
0068
LN: [email protected]
TI:The assessment e-conference has been established to provide for
informal dialog on assessment issues and policies as well as
information on current practices in higher education. The purpose is
to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, models, resources, and
practical strategies on student assessment of learning and
institutional effectiveness. Assessment practitioners, policy
makers, and others interested in assessment are invited to join.
ED:
AR:
MO: Thomas E. Kunselman Information Specialist (Internet)
[email protected] (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA: Office of the Assistant Chancellor, University of Kentucky
Lexington
____________________
0069
LN: [email protected]
TI:Secondary Biology Teacher Enhancement Plan
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
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0070
LN: [email protected]
TI: CATALYST, a refereed print journal that has been serving
community college educators for more than twenty years, will be
distributed as an electronic journal in addition to its print
version. Subscriptions to the electronic version of the journal are
now available free of charge via BITNET and the Internet The
quarterly journal is published by the National Council on Community
Services and Continuing Education, an affiliate council of the
American Association of Community, Junior and Technical Colleges.
SU: (Bitnet) [email protected] (Internet) [email protected]
IA: Dr. Darrel A. Clowes, Editor, National Council on Community
Services and Continuing Education
____________________
0071
LN: [email protected]
TI:Computer Networking Education E-conference
ED:
AR:
MO: Lynn Burlbaw (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
____________________
0072
LN: [email protected]
TI:Computers in Canadian Medical Education
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
____________________
0073
LN: [email protected]
TI:COGNITIVE SCIENCE CENTRE Cognitive Science Discussion Group
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
____________________
0074
LN: [email protected]
TI:Computers and Legal Education
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
____________________
0075
LN: [email protected]
TI:Center for the Study of Reading Contact e-conference
ED:
AR:
MO:
IA:
____________________
0076
LN: [email protected]
TI:Computer Literacy in Higher Education CTI-complit is an open
discussion group for anyone who is interested in computer literacy
in higher education and related issues. Founder members of the e-
conference were delegates to the Computer Literacy Workshop held at
the University of Durham (in the UK) last December. The intention
of the mailbase e-conference is to carry on discussion of the issues
raised during the Workshop.
ED:
AR:
MO: Audrey McCartan (Janet) [email protected]
IA: Computer Literacy Programme University of Durham, UK 091 374
3943
____________________
0077
LN: [email protected]
TI: CTI-L is an unmoderated list to facilitate the discussion of
issues in the use of computers in teaching. The list is intended to
promote discussion on how computers can be used in learning and
teaching via the following: CTI Computers in Teaching Initiative,
CAT Computer Aided Teaching, CBT Computer Based Training, CAL
Computer Aided Learning, CBL Computer Based Learning, TBT
Technology Based Training
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MO: Claron O'Reilly (Internet) [email protected]
IA:
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LN: DEOS-L @PSUVM
TI:International discussion forum for distance education. The
American Center for the Study of Distance Education at Pennsylvania
State University have now decided to open DEOS-L. Initially, the
intention is to facilitate discussion of some of the issues
presented in DEOSNEWS. We hope to promote communication among
distance educators, and to disseminate information and requests
about distance education around the world DEOS-L will be open for
everyone who wants to subscribe, and all subscribers may post
information to the e-conference.
ED: Yes
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MO:
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TI:Distance Education Newsletter
ED:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:Research in Economic Education
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LN: [email protected]
TI:Educational Administration E-conference
ED:
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MO:
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0082
LN: [email protected]
TI:Educational Information e-conference
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0083
LN: [email protected]
TI:K-12 Network Management Planning Discussion
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LN: [email protected]
TI:The "Education Policy Analysis ListServ" is intended to be a
place where people will discuss, ask questions, give answers and
make their work and ideas available to their colleagues around the
country. We will make some special efforts to contribute to the e-
conference, such things as the contents of the major policy analysis
journals, abstracts of particularly important papers and studies,
job announcements, meeting announcements, and the like. We also
intend to place papers - completed or in draft form - in an archive
that will be readily available to all members of the e-conference.
ED:
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MO: Gene Glass (Internet) [email protected] (Bitnet)
[email protected] Dewayne Matthews (Internet) [email protected]
(Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:Distance Education - University of Santiago (Chile) The
University Distance Program (UNIDIS) at the University of Santiago
(Chile), has started an e-conference to serve as a forum on distance
education, [email protected] New research findings, UNIDIS activities
and announcements, and discussions on distance education will be
the main topics of the e-conference.
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MO: Prof. Jorge Urbina Fuentes (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA: Vicerrectoria De Docencia Y Extension Universidaddesantiagode
Chile Unidistel Oficina
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LN: [email protected]
TI:This e-conference was conceived to bring together students,
faculty, and "interested others" in the field of educational
technology to share ideas and information.
ED:
AR:
MO: Vickie Banks (Internet) 21602VB%[email protected]
(Bitnet) [email protected] Mark Rosenberg (Internet)
21602MR%[email protected] (Bitnet) [email protected] Dr. Joe Byers
(Internet) 20506JLB%[email protected] (Bitnet) [email protected]
Josie Csete (Internet) 21602JMC%[email protected] (Bitnet)
[email protected]
IA:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:Chercheurs en education
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LN: [email protected]
TI:Educational Applications of Artificial Intelligence Educational
Applications of Artificial Intelligence (EDUCAI) is a forum for
observation and discussion of the incorporation of AI, expert
systems, knowledge engineering, intelligent databases, intelligent
tutoring systems, and other applications of advanced technology,
into computer-assisted 'intelligent' educational design,
development, delivery.
ED:
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MO: John T. Grasso (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:DECUS EDUSIG E-conference This e-conference is intended to
provides a means for discussing any issues that may relate to both
education and Digital Equipment Corporation.
ED:
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MO:
IA: EDUSIG group of DECUS
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LN: [email protected]
TI: A Forum for Considering CMC Applications in Educational
Contexts. As the international academic community becomes
increasingly familiar with computer networking, there has been
widespread interest in understanding how this new communication
medium can be used in educational contexts. Since the networks
themselves may be the best medium for discussing educational
applications, a cross-disciplinary, cross-institutional group of
scholars has joined forces to create and guide.
ED:
AR:
MO: Comserve Staff (Internet) [email protected] (Bitnet)
[email protected]
IA:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:Experimental e-conference for Teaching and Study of Literature
in Education
ED:
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MO:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:The Educational Research E-conference was created to disseminate
updates from Washington. The Government-Professional liaison of the
American Educational Research Association, and the Office of
Educational Research and Improvement both contribute news about
requests for proposals, for grant reviewers, for comments on
programs, etc. No regular schedule.
ED:
AR:
MO: Jean Pierce [email protected]
IA:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:This e-conference has three major goals at the onset: to put
folks who advise undergraduates about graduate school in touch with
their peers and with graduate schools. Being on the e-conference
will provide this service. -to create of a catalog of accessable
catalogs (using Art St. George's Library catalog catalog as a model)
to facilitate electronic access to graduate school information. I
will gather information here unless there is another volunteer out
there. -to identify useful and/or neccessary information that would
be used in a graduate school information database with an eye toward
network standard tags and a single engine queriable distributed
database of graduate school information (probably SQL for example)
that would allow students and advisors to search several catalogs
maintained at different universities. -Point three is very blue sky
for the moment, but if we keep it in mind, the technology exists and
the end is actually achievable. Other points will, I'm sure, arise.
ED:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:Biomedical Hypermedia Instructional Design
ED:
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MO:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:Discussion of topics and articles related to computing in
education. Also delivers the ICU Newsletter, a joint publication of
Iowa State University and Digital Equipment Corporation.
ED:
AR:
MO: Jim Gerland (Internet) [email protected] (Bitnet)
[email protected]
IA:
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0096
LN: [email protected]
TI:Instructional Technology Discussion
ED:
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MO:
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LN: [email protected]
TI: The JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION, launched three years ago as
a refereed scholarly print journal, has initiated simultaneous
publication of an electronic edition with its first issue of 1992.
The new publication includes graphics -- one of the first electronic
scholarly journals to do so.The current issue of the journal is now
available in electronic form without charge via Bitnet and the
Internet. The text of the journal's articles are offered in ASCII
format, which is traditional for many on-line electronic journals
sent via Bitnet and the Internet, while a single graphic
illustration of one of the articles is available as a separate
Postscript file.
ED: Yes
AR: Yes, Monthly
Mo: Mark Sanders (Internet) [email protected] (Bitnet)
[email protected]
IA: International Technology Education Association, The Council on
Technology Teacher Education, Virginia Tech's Scholarly
Communications Project
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LN: [email protected]
TI:KIDS-92 Project E-conference This non-profit project aims at
getting as many 10-15 year old children as possible involved in a
GLOBAL dialog. We would like their responses to the following
questions: 1) Who am I? 2) What do I want to be when I grow up? 3)
How do I want the world to be better when I grow up? 4) What can I
do now to make this happen? We also want the children to illustrate
their future vision.
ED:
AR:
MO: Odd de Presno (Internet) [email protected]
IA:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:KIDS-ACT What can I do
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LN: [email protected]
TI:KIDCAFE Kids-91 Dialog
ED:
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0101
LN: [email protected]
TI:KIDPLAN KIDS-92 Planning
ED:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:E-conference formed to provide a global network for the use of
children and teachers in grades K-12. It is intended to provide a
focus for technological development and for resolving the problems
of language, standards, etc. that inevitably arise in international
communications.
ED:
AR:
MO: Bob Carlitz (Internet) [email protected]
IA:
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0103
LN: [email protected]
TI:L-HCAP is for discussion of issues related to handicapped people
in education: Problems and solutions to their access to computers,
buildings, employment, etc.
ED:
AR:
MO: Bill McGarry (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0104
LN: [email protected]
TI:Media in Education
ED:
AR:
MO: Jeff Donahue (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0105
LN: [email protected]
TI:The Multimedia e-conference has been opened in order to provide
a forum to discuss this growing field in education and training.
ED:
AR:
MO: Alejandro Kurczyn S. (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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0106
LN: [email protected]
TI:New Paradigms in Education E-conference This e-conference is
dedicated to experimenting with and exploring the way we educate. We
ask: what are the new paradigms in education and how can they be
implemented.
ED:
AR:
MO: Greg Swan Paul Privateer (Internet) [email protected]
(Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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LN: PRISON-L @DARTCMS1

TI: Prison-l is a moderated list designed to promote exchanges
between and among those who have taught or presently teach in
prisons. Oftentimes those who teach in prisons find themselves
isolated from their peers and others who may have suggestions for
the unique problems one encounters in prison teaching. Prison
teaching is one of the most challenging and rewarding work a teacher
may experience and the increased numbers of prisoners only add to
the challenge. Prison-l is also a place where administrators of
prison education programs can join in discussions with prison
educators. Eventually it is hoped that Prison-l will be accessible
to prison inmates.
ED:
AR:
MO: Patricia B. McRae (Bitnet) [email protected] Peter Brush (Bitnet)
[email protected]
IA:
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0108
LN: [email protected]
TI: Problem Solving Across the Curiculum Conference
ED:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:An e-conference for primary and post-primary schools
ED:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:The Society of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STHLE),
Canada, has established an Electronic Mail Forum on the
NETNORTH/BITNET system. The purpose of this Forum is to exchange
ideas, views and experiences of importance to STLHE members and
others who are interested in the subject of teaching and learning
in higher education. The Forum will also post STLHE announcements
and news. A periodical summary of the issues discussed in the Forum
will be published in the STLHE Newsletter for the benefit of those
who do not have access to the electronic mail service.
ED:
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MO: Esam Hussein (Internet)[email protected] (Bitnet) [email protected]
IA:
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LN: TAG-L @NDSUVM1
TI:The TAG-L e-conference is a forum for discussion about Talented
and Gifted Education: programs, resources, research, etc. It is
hoped that an open and free exchange of ideas will develop from
this group.
ED:
AR:
MO: Jolene Richardson (Internet) [email protected] (Bitnet)
[email protected]
IA:
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0112
LN: [email protected]
TI:Teaching Effectiveness
ED:
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MO:
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0113
LN: [email protected]
TI:TECHED-L Employment, training and literacy
ED:
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MO:
IA:
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0114
LN: [email protected]
TI:TESL-L: Teachers of English to Students of Other Languages
ED:
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MO:
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0115
LN: [email protected]
TI:Video Technology
ED:
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LN: [email protected]
TI:Virginia K-12 School Network
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LN: [email protected]
TI:Teaching Tools Works in Progress E-conference
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University
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