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to the re-launch of the JISCMail newsletter
pleased to announce that we are re-launching the JISCMail newsletter. The
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Later this year we are expecting
to release LISTSERV version 16.0. This release comes with ready-to-use
newsletter templates so JISCMail
customers can create professional looking newsletters with out any HTML
coding experience. Until this release,
each month we will create our newletter in a different style to demonstrate
the range of default templates. This
is our favoured template - 'Autumn Field Left'
JISCMail Service Announcement
As of the
1st August 2009, the contract management of JISCMail has passed to the JISC
Services Management Company
JISCMail and JISC infoNet have been working together and are pleased to
offer access to ‘JISC infoNet
’ from the JISCMail Tools area of all list homepages.
JISC infoNet is one of a range
of services from JISC committed to supporting further and higher education
communities, offering guidance,
advice and support in the innovative use of technology.
JISC infoNet provides free,
predominantly web-based, resources built around its infoKit branding to
promote good practice and highlight
innovation in the use of ICT within the education sector.
pleased to announce the release of a social bookmarking button on every list
(https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/yourlistname) and every posting stored on the
JISCMail online archives. These have
links to a selection of social bookmarking/sharing sites.
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