I have signed you up to the list, so you should start receiving updates.
You can also view the archived posts, which may be of interest, by
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https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A0=MISSINGPERSONS (I'm a
big fan of the JISC lists - you can browse by topic and there are
hundreds to choose from. Some are busier than others though).
I'm really keen to hear about people's research in the field. If you,
or colleagues, are working on anything of interest to the group please
do let us know - you can post to the list either from the website or by
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questions in case anyone here can help.
Finally, if you're considering conducting research on this topic, I hope
you might find our web pages at
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