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Benchmarking uncollected book reservations
I try to find some information about the % of reserved but uncollected
books from universities with distance learners in order to benchmark it
against our data.
Benthic marine ecology in the UK mailing list
Discussion list for sharing of information and ideas on benthic marine
ecology in the UK.
The BES Agricultural Ecology Specialist Group
The Group aims are:
1) To provide a forum for ecologists working in agricultural systems,
conservationists with an interest in agricultural systems, crop,
grassland and forest scientists working on increasing economic production,
weed scientists, and agricultural policy makers.
2) To integrate very different approaches (ecology, economic production,
conservation) to agricultural systems to address common issues.
3) To enhance communication among scientists and others working on
agricultural systems using meetings, workshops, BES Bulletin reports and
an email forum.
British Ecological Society: Citizen Science special interest group
List for announcements and discussion by members of the British Ecological
Society Citizen Science special interest group and others interested in
citizen science. The focus is on citizen science relevant to the UK and
ecology. Membership of the BES is encouraged but is not required.
BES Aquatic Ecology Group list
This list is not for the purposes of advertising products.

This list is an open discussion for aquatic ecologists. It is run under the auspices of the
Aquatic Ecology specialist group of the British Ecological Society. Postings include PhDs; jobs;
conferences; training & workshops. To unsubscribe go to the Jiscmail page and click unsubscribe.
BES Invasion Science Special Interest Group
The mailing list for members of the British Ecological Society's Invasion
Science Special Interest Group, for informing members of news, events &
career opportunities.
Interdisciplinary forum for research on mires & peatlands
This list is an open discussion among researchers of mire and peatland
systems. It is run on behalf of the Mires Research Group of the British
Ecological Society. Anyone may join.
BES Teaching and Learning SIG
A special interest group of the British Ecological Society, this group
supports everyone involved in teaching and learning of ecological science
and related disciplines.
British Ecological Society Macroecology SIG
Mailing list for the British Ecological Society (BES) Macroecology Special
Interest Group
(SIG), providing updates on activities, opportunities, and research highlights to
macroecology community.
British Ecological Society Palaeoecology SIG
Mailing list for Palaeoecology Special Interest Group of the British
Ecological Society
BES Special Interest Group on Ecology and Evolution of Parasites
This list offers a means of contact and information dissemination to UK and
international researchers involved with the British Ecological Society
Special Interest Group on the Ecology and Evolution of Parasites.

Please note that, although all subscribers are able to post on the list, postings should
be specific to the list. Spam and other advertising for general products and conferences
away from the group's remit will not be tolerated, and subscribers ignoring this will be
barred from the list.
BES Quantitative Ecology SIG
This is the mailing list for the BES Quantitative Ecology Special Interest
Group. The aims of the group are to support quantitative skills
development for all ecologists; improve dissemination of new quantitative
methods to their users; and provide a forum to advance quantitative
ecology in its own right. This list will allow us as a group to discuss
issues relevant to quantitative ecology, and for our members to promote
upcoming events, jobs and courses.
Built Environment and STS
This list is intended as communication channel for students and scholars
who share a research interest at the intersection of STS - Science and
Technology Studies - and the Built Environment. It is meant to stimulate
knowledge sharing between and among UK researchers and their peers abroad.
Beta phase Data Futures Group
A public list to provide updates and support for the Beta phase of the Data
Futures programme
Better Housing- embedding race equality housing
Z2 L13 K1 K3 K4
The Better Housing list will act as a discussion forum to accompany the
Equality Foundation's Better Housing website. The site brings together news
and evidence based resources on race equality and housing. The Better Housing
list will enable researchers and practitioners to discuss problems and
and share good practice for embedding race equality in housing.
Beyond Text: Performances, Sounds, Images, Objects
This list is used by Beyond Text award holders,their
collaborators and the
associated Arts and Humanities Research Council research
community to disseminate information about the
individual projects within the 5 year strategic programme.
The British Feeding and Drinking Group JISCmail list.
The British Feeding and Drinking Group meets annually to present research
on all aspects of ingestive behaviour, focusing on psychological and
physiolological issues related to feeding and drinking in humans and in
animal models. The BFDG list is open to interested non-members world-wide
on request.
BFE Public List
This is the public mailing list of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology.
It is used for announcements about
events/conferences/publications/services/projects/programmes pertaining to
ethnomusicology and other related disciplines.
Geophysics Postgraduate Mailing List
This is a mailing list for all Geophysics Postgraduate students. A place
for discussing problems, promoting work and generally discuss.
BGS-Training List
To encourage open & interactive discussion between trainees
(eg. lecturers, research fellows, specialist & senior registrars) &
trainers (eg. Professors, senior lecturers, consultants, postgraduate
advisors) in issues related to training, research & new developments in
Geriatric Medicine.
British Irish Academic Law Librarians
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A list for academic law library librarians, to discuss issues of specific relevance to
their sector. Please note that membership of this list is restricted to BIALL members
working in academic law libraries.
Discussion list for members of BIALL
This list is a discussion forum and communication channel for members of
the British & Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL).
Reading and health: Bibliotherapy and Books on Prescription
A mailing list for anyone interested in the links between reading fiction
and non-fiction and health.
Bibliotherapy, including Books on Prescription, reading groups,
self-help etc.
List for big data community
This is a list for the big data community being formed in the UK, which is
inherently part of many international communities.
Announcement list for the UCL Biomedical Instrumentation Group
The aim of the list is to enable people using the PAMELA facility for
biomedical instrumentation design and testing to communicate easily.
The Forum for users of the NERC British Isles GPS archive Facility
This list is used by the operators and users of the British Isles GPS
archive Facility, to make announcements on archive operation and news
items, to enable discussion between GPS data users, and to encourage
cross-fertilisation of ideas and research between satellite positioning
technologists and experts in other fields across the spectrum of science.
British and Irish Graptolite Group and associates
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This list will be used by the widespread community of UK
graptolite workers to exchange and disseminate
research information
Private International Law Discussion Forum
This forum, promoted and moderated by the British Institute of
International and Comparative Law, seeks to facilitate discussion of
developments and themes in private international law including at a
domestic, European and international level among those teaching,
practising and studying the subject in the United Kingdom.
BILETA News Bulletin
News bulletin of the British and Irish Law, Education & Technology Association (BILETA)
Announcements and discussion related to Bilingualism Matters London branch
Bilingualism Matters London brings together academic researchers from
London-based higher education institutions, non-academic stakeholders, and
members of the public in a collaborative knowledge exchange about
bi-/multilingualism, language learning and their benefits.
The Etymology of Plant & Animal Scientific Names and Vernacular Names.
This list is for the research and discussion of the etymology of plants and
animal species scientific names (binomial nomenclature) and the history of
vernacular names.
European Commissions Biodiversity Research Program
This mailing list is run on behalf of the European Commissions
Biodiversity Research Program. It is intended for investigating and
disussing the impacts of Global Change on the biodiversity of herbaceous
seminatural ecosystems.
Biographical methods mailing list
An open list for social scientists interested in biographical methods.
Biogeography Research Group
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This list is used by members of the RGS-IBG Biogeography Research Group to
circulate announcements and to facilitate discussion of issues of relevance to biogeography.
Discussion list for those practising BNIM
Used by researchers and teachers using BNIM to explore questions of method
and support each other's work.
Bioinformatics Forum
- Ashish Kumar (forum moderator)

This is a forum featuring various aspects, events and developments in the bioinformatics
Biology-teaching mailing list
Biology-teaching offers Higher Education teachers and employers an
opportunity to exchange information, ideas and good practice in the
field of teaching and learning in the biological sciences.
BiomagCentral forum
The aim of the BiomagCentral mailing list is to provide a forum for
information exchange and discussion. Please use this list to announce
jobs, workshops and courses. You are also welcome to announce the
publication of a new paper. If you have points of interest to the greater
biomagnetism community you are welcome to initiate a discussion. However, please be
civil: very specialised discussions and disputes do not belong on the
list. For now, the list is not moderated.
Biomedical scientist training and education support
This JiscMail list is used to make announcements, share best practice and
support training and teaching in higher education and clinical laboratory
Engineers and biologists mechanical design list
Engineers and biologists communicating on aspects of mechanical design
Biomonitoring network
This list is to promote networking, knowledge exchange and discussion
amongst biomonitoring practitioners (both human and wildlife) and those
interested in the application and interpretation of data for policy and
Biological Transcription
C1 N2
This is a list to support a team of researchers involved with a Zooniverse
collections transcription effort. The team will be composed of researchers from the UK
the USA and this mailing list will be used to support group communication
between members.
Biology Tutors Discussion List
The Biotutor Discussion List is an email Discussion List for biology teachers in
schools and colleges, with students up to the age of 18 (in the UK this would include
GSCE and A-level), and for those with similar professional interests.

The List is intended to be used for the dissemination of good practice, and to
assist subscribers in resolving problems related to all aspects of the teaching of the
biology in schools and colleges.

Organisations such as Universities and Learned Societies may also wish to use the
Biotutor Discussion List to announce relevant schools liaison events.
Bi Research Group
The aim of this group is to encourage the advancement of research and
theory around bisexuality including networking, collaborative research
and sharing resources.
Birkbeck Pain Project

The Birkbeck Pain Project is a two-year pilot project funded by the
Wellcome Trust. Itsets out to advance our understanding between
corporeality and culture by exploring thecomplex biomedical, neurological,
psychological, cognitive, and sensory aspects of the body in pain.Our
approach is both historical (1760s to the 1960s) and transcultural. We are
analysingnarratives of pain from diverse communities, including those
whose voices were seldomheard. These include slave populations, prisoners,
the poor, immigrant and religiousgroups, and children.This list aims to
bring together scholars working in pain studies from any
discipline,particularly in the arts, humanities and social sciences. It is
intended to provide anonline forum that encourages members to share ideas
and knowledge, and where details ofconferences, seminars and new
publications can be posted.

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Childbirth statistics discussion list
This list is for people involved or interested in the collection,
compilation and use of routine statistics about pregnancy, childbirth,
newborn babies, the care given to women and babies and the
socio-economic circumstances of parents and their children.
Discussion list for British & Irish Sound Archives
This list is used to facilitate development of a network of Sound Archives
within the British Isles, and to discuss matters of common professional
BISA International Political Economy working group
Official mailing list of the British International Studies Association's International
Political Economy working group
Announcement list for BISA-ISSMEA Working Group
The BISA Working Group on the International Studies of the Mediterranean,
Middle East and Asia (ISMMEA) aims to provide an interdisciplinary forum
in which to bring a diverse range of scholars and practitioners together
BISA Postgraduate Network
The BISA Postgraduate Network (BISAPGN) is here to provide postgraduate members of
the British
International Studies Association with a more fulfilling membership experience
through academic/professional development and networking opportunities. The list
will help facilitate postgraduate discussions about international studies by linking
students from all universities from across the UK and further afield, and will help
organise postgraduate oriented workshops and conferences.

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