List to enable the sharing of ideas and good practice between Subject Centres using Tool Kit 1 to build their Centre website. This list is retained 17/05/13. Subscribers cannot post messages, new subscribers cannot be added, but the archives are retained for reference purposes
This list is used by the project members of the JISC Managing Research Data project Advanced Climate Research Infrastructure for Data (ACRID) to discuss and exchange ideas and documents.
AHDS-discuss is an open list for projects involved in digitisation. It helps members locate projects working with practices and standards similar to their own; identify existing tools, software that can be shared between projects; get feedback in hardware and software used in data capture; provide advice on getting round particular problems
This list is used by AHESSC to make announcements of interest to the arts and humanities e-Science community.
A focused email list for holders of awards in the AHRC's Digital Transformations programme, so that we can share information.
AI4FM is a project aimed at using AI techniques to learn from human users how to discharge Proof Obligations that arise in typical formal method applications. This list will keep people informed of progress.
List for general announcements for the Alliance for Permanent Access.
This list co-ordinates the activities of those making, using, archiving and preserving digital objects created during the 2012 Olympiad
This list will be used to distribute information on the IP stategic guide.
News bulletin of the British and Irish Law, Education & Technology Association (BILETA)
Mailing list for those interested in finding out more about using the Bodington software, its features and the functionality it provides. Enquiries to this list are welcome and generally asked questions will be added to an FAQ on the bodington.org web site.
Announcement list for BRISSKit project. Please see http://www.brisskit.le.ac.uk for details of national HEFCE/JISC funded project to provide mature open source biomedical research database applications over the Janet and secure NHS networks.
Discussion list for BRISSKit project. Please see http://www.brisskit.le.ac.uk for details of national HEFCE/JISC funded project to provide mature open source biomedical research database applications over the Janet and secure NHS networks.
This list is used by Careers Professionals to discuss issues relating to the management and effective use of social media to engage our clients and stakeholders. The group also provides a forum to exchange new ideas and best practice with Careers staff with a particular responsibility for managing their Service's uses of social media.
This list is used by members of the Census Data Feed Research Network, a network funded by the ESRC Census Development Programme, to share findings and co-ordinate research into future dissemination methods for Census data.
A list to keep up to date with JISC CETIS news and comment, via the monthly JISC CETIS newsletter.
Discussion list for developers working towards interoperability and portability of e-portfolio and personal development records, in the UK and wider contexts; moving beyond UKLeaP towards practical standards based on real experience. Some technical knowledge may be assumed.
This list supports the development of the CITINET Steering Group, and is used to enable discussion, debate and dissemination to and among SG members (listed at http://www.citinet.org.uk/ )
This list will primarily discuss and disseminate the educational value and implementation issues behind using streaming video lectures as a teaching method.
The computer-assisted assessment list discusses all aspects of the use of computers to assess student learning. This includes computer and web based assessment, the use of optical mark and character readers and the wider use of technology to support the assessment process.
For use by heads/managers of computer support groups in computer science departments/schools to discuss policies, software, hardware, staffing.
Email list for institutions taking part in the revision of the Careers in Research Online Survey (CROS).
This group is an open discussion forum for those interested in crowd sourcing as an academic methodology. It is likely to include both academics using crowd sourcing, and contributors to crowd sourcing projects.
Cybertheatres is a list devoted to the discussion and exchange on networked performance practices and visions, that is, performances that employ the Internet and / or other networking technologies and techniques as media, but also as hybrid spaces - cybernetic stages. other than networked performance, the list has also an interest in diverse hybrids between theatre / performance and technology.
Community discussion, planning and management for data.ac.uk.
To support the management of the "Digging by Debating" project, funded by JISC and Research Councils in UK and US, as part of the Digging into Data Programme
The list will support the Dublin Core Task Group on Metadata Provenance
This list is for the DC (Dublin Core) Architecture RDF (Resource Description Framework) Task Force. Sublist of DC-ARCHITECTURE
The Digital Coins Network for the standardisation of numismatic data recording.
This conference will explore key issues on the theme of digital diversity. These themes will include issues of race, age and gender in relation to access, use and creation of digital media.
The Digging for data mailing list is used for helping data users to locate data and to share information on how to find resources on the web.
This list is used as a discussion forum by the project team, research participants and network members of the AHRC-funded project: Creation and Publication of the 'Digital Manual': Authority, Authorship and Voice". The online discussions will add to the #contextualisation and dissemination of the project themes.
The mailing list for project partners forming a consortium for the Digital Jail proposal to the EC FP7 Call 10
Discussion of DNSSEC deployment in JANET sites. Note that the reply-to on this list is set to "sender" rather than "list." This makes it more like most mail lists, but may be different to what you expect from JISCmail. If you wish to carry on a conversation on the list rather than reply to the sender privately, remember to hit "reply to all."
This list is owned by the JISC RSC Northwest and is used to advertise eLearning events appropriate to Further and Higher Education across the region
This list is used by those interested in e-learning activity across Wales. Its focus is both pedagogic and technical.
Principal Investigators and Researchers working on the programme will communicate and hold discussions, distribute their findings and announcements on JISC. Postings of forthcoming meetings and events will also appear here.
This list is used for discussions about eBay-related research across disciplinary boundaries.
A list to support and communicate development of the LSN e-Learning Continuing Professional Development Framework.
This list supports education workers using weblogs within teaching and learning. In particular it hopes to contribute to the mapping of the emergent community and creative practice, and to the production of knowledge of the use of emerging technologies in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Development in electronic transcripts,including technical development, best practice, links to other HE projects and any issues raised by the initiation of electronic transcripts.
list to support UK high performance computing (HPC) centres
For announcements, questions and reponses related to the EQUIP data-sharing software platform from the Equator IRC, including releases, updates, usage, bugs and fixes.
discussion on the level 2 grid architecture.
This list is designed to support action research in the development of tools to evalauate learning in online virtual environments.
A short lived forum to support the implementation of Federated Access Management Shibboleth in the South West Scotland region.
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.
A general support list to offer FE web designers/developers a place to share best practice in the areas of accessibility, usability and design.
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.
announcements, discussions, questions for FLAME users
Announcement list for those assisting astronomers via the Galaxy Zoo project. Primarily used to announce new science results and research opportunites.
To coordinate deployment and support for GRIDPP2 storage management solutions for both Tier1 and Tier2 sites across the UK, including the provision of feedback into devlopment.
For announcements about the GridSite website management system. See http://www.gridsite.org/ for more information.
For discussion of the GridSite website management system. See http://www.gridsite.org/ for more information.
A discussion list for the use of smartphones and tablets in UK teaching and research, across FE/HE institutions.
Mailing list for members of technical staff managing data and voice networks at Welsh Higher Education institutions that are members of the HEWIT group.
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.
Hyperjournal-forum is concerned with all aspects of the production of electronic journals, especially those publishing in a hypermedia format using the World Wide Web.
Hyphen-Society is committed to the promotion of an understanding of the role of the smallest, atomic, units of meaning in computer based information systems, and the damage caused by failure in this.
The aim of iTrust is to provide a forum for cross-disciplinary investigation of the application of trust as a means of establishing security and confidence in the global computing infrastructure, recognizing trust as a crucial enabler for meaningful and mutually beneficial interactions.
The list is to enable IAL transformation fund projects to share information, best practice and seek peer-to-peer support.
Discussion relevant to the equivalence of international qualifications. A way of international institutions sharing information on the above subject.
IRDC science team for the Milky Way Project.
This list is intended to provide a forum for discussion among the project partners concerning IRIScotland focus group activity project
This list is for general discussion on matters relating to Janet's eduroam(UK) Service.
This group is to assist and support SITS e:Vision developers across Universities in the West Midlands.
This list is intended to support the activities of institutions in the UK working with the international JA-SIG, and its developments such as the Open Source uPortal institutional portal.
To support interactions between web mangers within the Research Councils and their institutes
This list is intended for discussion of access management in document repository installations, with special emphasis on the UK higher education sector. While many repositories have open access policies, few permit open submission of documents and fewer still permit open management of the repository itself. It is common for repositories to have a mixture of open and restricted content such as embargoed items, or works in progress deposited for reference by particular groups. Wherever there is any policy other than completely open access, deposit and management, access management is required. Topics for discussion on the list include both policy and technical issues relating to the application of access management to repository installations.
The aim of Technology and Standards Watch is to keep track of developments in information technology and communications that can be expected to have high impact on the core business of Further and Higher Education in the next few years.
The list will be used to mass update regular Blackboard Collaborate users who work within JISC. The announcements will encompass any updates or changes to the system as well as moderator training session opportunities and general advice for those who use the system.
This mailing list has been set up to support the development of HTML5 case studies which have been funded by the JISC.
List to support the development of a new JISC Intranet and future support list
Announcements relating to the Jorum Service. including relevant events and important news (promotional, technical and legal).
A forum for discussion on any matter relating to journalism research. The aim is encourage new research networks, to support the exchange of ideas between journalism researchers, and to encourage growth in a discipline through linkages between journalism researchers who are also practitioners.
This list is used by the development team to announce updates and events to the members of the Language Box teaching and learning repository
List for those interested in Latin American cultural products created for the Internet, and new discourses, practices and communities generated by such cultural products. See the project blog at: http://latamcyber.wordpress.com/
The purpose of the list is to facilitate the exchange of information on the use of ICT in legal education and training across European Law schools (primarily).
This is a list of academics, mainly around the UK, interested in the research initiative of Large-Scale Complex IT Systems, and Ultra-Large Scale Systems.
To discuss issues and best practice relating to the use of the Echo 360 lecture recording system (see http://www.Echo360.com) in HEIs within the London M25 area.
This is a discussion group on MathML, the mathematical markup language; see http://www.w3.org/Math/
The McShib jiscmail list has been established to support the McShib forum, which is a real-time opportunity (usually a meeting) for persons in Scotland interested in Shibboleth. For queries or comments about Shibboleth in general (outwith the Scottish forum) please post to the national (UK) list at JISC-SHIBBOLETH@JISCMAIL.AC.UK
The UK Mirror Service offers a vast collection of freely available electronic items of interest to academia. This open list is a discussion/feedback forum for users. The service's news bulletin "The Looking Glass" is posted here as well as other important service announcements.
This list is solely for announcements concerning the series of one-day meetings called Mathematics of Networks (MoN). These meetings are devoted to topics such as mathematical modelling of communications, transport, and social networks, dynamic and stochastic phenomena on such networks; graph theory, and data analysis for network applications.
For Educational institutions using, or interested in using, Moodle
A list for members of the North East Learning Environments group to enhance communication and collaboration amongst the group members.
This list is for the discussion of issues relating to network monitoring and network performance measurement. It covers all measurement types including flow-monitoring
General discussion list for the promotion of computer networking research in the UK
Moderated announcement list for UK computer networking research, for events such as the Cosener's Multi-Service Network workshop
The National Grid Service provides "free at point of use" access to grid computing resources for UK researchers from all research areas. A fortnightly news bulletin is sent out from this list containing information on software and hardware updates, grid training and events and much more.
This is announcement list for notify NGS users about service down time and status.
To identify and raise awareness of universities, colleges and related organisations, which are outside the normal audited quality systems of UK educational establishments. Most universities and colleges that are ac.uk would be keen to join this list as it will help the sector protect its quality status.
Co-ordination of HEP Grid/e-Science activities between Universities of Lancaster, Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield and CLRC Daresbury Laboratory.
This list will be used by sites who have registered their OpenURL resolvers with the OpenURL Router, and by other interested parties, to discuss issues concerning the Router and OpenURL.
OSS Watch informs and advises the UK further and higher education community about open source software. It facilitates co-operative OSS activities through the development of best-practice guidelines, and out-reach activities aimed at OSS strategic planners, developers and users. It offers a web-based clearing-house for up to date information, focused assistance for institutions and software projects, and investigative reports. OSS Watch is funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC).
This list is for the users and potential users of the Panopto lecture capture system. The aim is to share ideas and experiences that relate to Panopto.
This list is for software developers that use PERMIS to make authorisation decisions for their applications.
This list is for users of the PERMIS infrastructure and for administrators seeking help with installing and properly configuring PERMIS for use with their integrated application e.g. Shibboleth or GT4
Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe - PRACE work package 6, task 1 members
Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe - PRACE, Work Package 6, Task 2
Prace Work Package 6, Task 3 (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe)
Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe - Prace Work Package 6, Task 4
EPSRC-led UK arm of PRACE (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe)
EPSRC-led UK arm of PRACE (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe)
This list is dedicated to members of the Regional Support Centre London supported communities and beyond who use the Google suite of Apps in Education to enhance their practice, collaborate and engage with their learners and in research. Membership is open only to people working and in Education. It is for the purpose of sharing information and good practices, networking with colleagues and peers and for dialogue and discussions as members use the Google Apps in their every day work in teaching and learning and in research.
This RSC list is for sharing best practice and information with ICT Staff throughout the North and East of Scotland
This list is intended for staff championing the effective use of technology enhanced learning in FE & HE institutions in Scotland and is supported and moderated by the JISC RSC Scotland. The list is intended to support learning and the professional development of members through the sharing of experience and practice in a Scottish context. Discussions that promote ideas, activities and suggestions connected with using technology to add value to the learner experience are strongly encouraged.
This list is used by managers and staff working in Higher Education in Further Education and small Higher Education Institutes in the Yorkshire and Humber region as a focal point to discuss issues relating to technology in these sectors.
This list is used by the Regional Support Centre for Yorkshire and Humber (RSC-YH) to provide support to Web Developers in Colleges across the region.
This list aims to provide support and information relevant to HE in FE and the HEI sector as supported by JISC Regional Support Centre (RSC) in the West Midlands. The RSC provides support with all aspects of technology in education, especially for teaching and learning but also for quality and efficiency.
An internal mailing list for the partners in the SAILS linked data project
The list is used by the Strategic Content Alliance to alert Northern Irish bodies of upcoming Strategic Content Alliance events in their area and about the work of the Strategic Content Alliance generally.
The list is used by the Strategic Content Alliance to alert Welsh bodies of upcoming Strategic Content Alliance events in their area and about the work of the Strategic Content Alliance generally.
This list is open to Blackboard users in further and higher education institutions, especially those from Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Originally setup by SCROLLA (www.scrolla.ac.uk), this list provides a forum for the Scottish online learning community. It will discuss issues such as the future of online learning research in the Scottish context. While the focus is research, the list is open to practitioners, policy makers and researchers in the public and private sectors.
Used to support activites of a group of folk, based in Scotland who are involved in managing institutional websites. The group meets quarterly and this list facilitates communication between those meetings.
This is a discussion and announcement list intended for anyone from the UK Education and Research Community that is interested or active in Software Defined Networking (SDN).
This list is used by the JISC Semantic Technologies Working Group for communications. It refers to the use of semantic technologies in Learning, Teaching, Research and Administration.
SGARG provides a medium of communication between the members of this Applied Research Group at Coventry University. Its purpose is to serve as a contact point to deliver information and stay in communication.
A forum for the HE/FE community in Scotland focusing on the implementation of Microsoft Sharepoint on campus projects
Discussion, peer-support and information on good practice for Web Authors/Editors who create and maintain content for websites managed in the Silva content management system.
Discussion of the SlashGrid framework for writing Grid aware filesystems, and associated plugins. For more information see http://www.gridsite.org/
For people using social networking to enrich the student experience
List for the discussion of how the social sciences can better understand data and build theories of data across the disciplines.
This list is designed for academics to share information about new social media resources that can be used within higher education teaching, research and administration. It is primarily a 'what's new' list for social media within the HE sector. You don't have to be an advanced user to subscribe. You just have to be social media curious. It is set up by Professor Andy Miah from the Creative Futures Institute, University of the West of Scotland. If you're just joining, the check out the archive summary here, which will get you started: http://tiny.cc/socialmedianews Hashtag: #socialmediaHE
The SPIE list disseminates information about the JISC-funded Shibboleth-aware Portals and Information Environments Project.
Developers interested in developing an SRM (Storage resource management) interface for SRB (storage resource broker), and related issues of SRB-other Grid interoperation.
The Spatio-Temporal Energy Efficiency Visualisations (STEEV) project is led by EDINA at the University of Edinburgh in partnership with the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University and is funded as part of the JISC Information Environment Programme 2009-11 Geospatial strand. The mailing list will be used by project team members to share and communicate project issues and ideas.
The purpose of the list is to provide a focused forum for discussion of issues relating to documenting Service Usage Models SUMs to be published on the e-Framework registry.
Learning Technologists within educational institutions in the South West covered by the JISC RSC SW
Discussions about how Trusted Computing technologies can be used advantageously in Grid computing contexts.
This list is used to discuss issues relating to the teaching of computer and information security in UK higher education institutions.
This list is used by the UK-India funded TRUMP (Trusted Mobile Platform for Self-Management of Chronic Diseases in Rural Areas) project. The list is used to send communications to the entire TRUMP team - investigators, research staff and associated students.
TrustCoM project AL1 communication
Commit mailing list for the development team Project Trustcom. Sublist of TRUSTCOM-PROP.
This mailing list will be used for information exchange and work coordination within WP20 VO Management Modelling, of the EU FP6 Project TrustCoM - IST 01945
This mailing list will be used for information exchange and work coordination within WP21 BP Enactment and Orchestration Modelling, of the EU FP6 Project TrustCoM - IST 01945
Mailing list for information exchange and work coordination within WP22 SLA Management Services, of the EU FP6 Project TrustCoM - IST 01945
TrustCom project mailing list, work package 25, EN/VO Infrastructure Modelling
TrustCoM project, Work Package 29, BP Enactment and Orchestration Implementation
TRUSTCOM (IMPLEMENTATION) FRAMEWORK SPECIFICATION team of the TrustCoM integrated project - an industry / academia collaboration with a substantial participation from UK Universities and Corporations. Sublist of TRUSTCOM-PROP
This mailing group is for Ubuntu users to discuss their experiences, share best practice and promote its reuse.
National mailing list for AC.UK Postmasters and System Administrators who maintain e-mail infrastructure.
A general discussion forum for UK Web Focus activities. THIS LIST IS NOW CLOSED.
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.
< Unencoded > - a discussion forum for exploring the creative use of new media. Online projects and discussion information will largely relate to the North West UK but may be of interest to a wider audience. See also www.unencoded.co.uk
VCSP is a UK-wide list for those in the education and cultural sectors involved in delivering, receiving or enabling education via videoconferencing.
This sub-list is for members of the Scottish Virtual Worlds in Education (VIEWS) mail list. To support those interested in supporting, developing, promoting and using the OpenSimulator Virtual World Platform.
This list, hosted by the CASTLE project, is for those interested in conducting assessment using the WWW. It is a forum for all WAA (web-assisted-assessment) issues e.g. question design/databases, authoring/delivery software etc., and also use of the CASTLE tools for WAA.
Group for HE web staff (admin or technical) in the North-East of England.
A list for UK Web researchers to discuss UK specific issues, make announcements and communicate. Please note that this list is no longer in use.
For the discussion of issues relating to the World-Wide-Web, Web browsers, Web servers, the HTML language, HTML documents and editors, across all platforms.
List for discussion of technical issues arising from the use of Site Server 3.0 with Windows NT 4, IIS 4.0, Visual InterDev, FrontPage 98, Microsoft Access, to create and manage web sites.
To discuss issues relating to the use within UK HE of the WebCT web-based learning environment.
WebPA is an open source online peer assessment tool that enables every team member to recognise individual contributions to group work. This list is for users or developers who wish to join the WebPA community.
List for the UK Higher and further communities to discuss all aspects of managing institutional Web services, maintaining the information, developing and managing web services, dealing with organisational and management issues and sharing of relevant experiences of maintaining a large information system.
A mailing list to promote, share and support staff working in clerical/admin roles across the UK. The list will promote best practise, examples of and ways to use and share web based tools and technologies in clerical and admin roles across education.
A discussion group for web professionals based in Welsh Higher Education institutions.
This is a mailing list for the Will's World Hack Event community and accompanying the Online Hack event which runs from 5th December until 12th December 2012. However we hope the community around the event will continue beyond this date. Will's World is a JISC Discovery project in which EDINA aims to demonstrate the value and principles of aggregation as a tactic. The concept behind this project is that assembling online data sources relating to one topic will add value and improve the discoverability of these resources; making it easier for developers and service providers to build services and ultimately providing an easier access for all to the data itself and enriched content based on it.
This group is for those keen to explore the full potential of the content management / blogging platform Wordpress in educational and research contexts
This list is for communication relating to the Great Writers Inspire - an OER project based at the University of Oxford. The list is open to anyone with an interest in the project, the themes of the project, OER in general or any topic relating to Great Writers and inspiration through literature. # The project is creating and assembling a substantial new body of open content with a literary theme to be released through a new online web portal. The materials will be grouped around a set of specific writers and thematic collections, curated by subject specialists and steered and evaluated by the demands of the subject community. There will be a concentration on textual materials with embedded illustrative audio and video together with new publishing methods that include a substantial set of material released as ebooks for mobile devices.
This list is for discussions relating to the World-Wide Web Cache Service operated on behalf of the JANET community by Manchester Computing and Loughborough University.
The purpose of this list is for FE/HE institutions to share information about the Zope open source application server.