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HALOFERAX
> The list server for the International Haloferax volcanii Consortium. This is the forum for discussion of H. volcanii biology and techniques for its manipulation.

HAND-SURGERY-EVIDENCE-UPDATES
> This list is used by the Centre for Evidence Based Hand Surgery in the Orthopaedics and Trauma Group at the University of Nottingham to provide a monthly e-mail update on new evidence-based resources relevant to hand surgery, with an emphasis on guidelines and systematic reviews.

HANDSHAKENETWORK
> The Handshake Network will provide support and an opportunity to share best practice of Handshake operations amongst colleagues in and across Higher Education Institutions

HAPPINESSSTUDYGROUP
> This discussion list supporting research and collaboration around the areas of happiness and wellbeing for the members for the British Sociological Association Happiness Study Group

HAWWN
> This list is for members of the Public Health England funded network on Work, Health and Wellbeing. It will provide an opportunity for the network members to mail any important information to other network members and have discussions about relevant topics.

HCPN
> The HEaTED Creative Practitioners Network (HCPN) is run by technicians and caters to all specialties within the creative industries.

HDCACHILDREN
> List for HDCA Thematic group Children's Capabilities

HDCAEARLYCAREER
> Welcome to the HDCA's Early Career Researchers and Practitioners Network (ECRPN) Listserv. Our network aims to facilitate a HDCA community that supports early career members in their research and transition from their stage as a student towards a professional phase of their career, and to also foster exchange and integrate practitioner’s knowledge and experience.

HDCAEDUCATION
> Capability Approach and Education Network thematic group

HDCAEMPOWERMENT
> Empowerment & Collective Capabilities

HDCAETHICS
> Ethics and Development thematic group

HDCAHEALTH
> Health and Disability thematic group

HDCAHUMANRIGHTS
> Thematic Group Human Rights

HDCAINDIGENOUS
> Thematic Group Indigenous Peoples

HDCAINEQUALITIES
> Thematic Group Horizontal Inequalities

HDCAPARTICIPATORY
> Thematic Group Participatory Methods

HDCAQUANTITATIVE
> Thematic Group Quantitative Research Methods

HDCASUSTAINABLE
> Thematic Group Sustainable Human Development

HDCATECHNOLOGY
> HDCA Thematic Group: Technology, Innovation & Design

HDI
> Academia and Industry discussion forum for researchers interested in Human-Data Interaction

HDRUKFEDA
> Updates from the HDR UK Federated Analytics programme

HDS
> Discussion and news list for the History Data Service (HDS). The HDS collects, preserves, and promotes the use of digital resources, which result from or support historical research, learning and teaching. It is part of the UK Data Archive at the University of Essex.

HE-BUSINESS-INTELLIGENCE
> This list is to provide a discussion forum for BI, data modelling and analysis queries in HE

HE-CREATIVEECONOMY
> The list aims to connect researchers and activities on the role of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) within the creative economy and to establish a network of collaborations around this theme.

HE-CURRICULUM-DESIGN-DEVELOPMENT
> Discussion list re: curriculum design and development in higher education. It enables networking and sharing of practice amongst staff and students.

HE-INTERNAL-AUDIT
> The purpose of the list is to establish communication between Internal Auditors currently working in Universities and Colleges principally in the UK, discussing issues and problems regarding Internal Audit and related subjects in the Higher Education Sector.

HE-PROFESSIONALS-RG
> Mailing list for UK-wide national reading group for HE professionals.

HEABIO-ETHICS
> Bioethics Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Higher Education Academy

HEACADEMY-GENERAL
> This list exists to promote and foster discussion of the Higher Education Academy and related issues.

HEALER
> This list has been retained 12/03/2021 no one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. Contact help@jisc.ac.uk for all enquiries regarding this list Supporting research development in health librarianship

HEALTEX
> Healtex is a UK-wide multi-disciplinary research network established to build a strong, collaborative and sustainable UK community in healthcare text analytics by bringing together partners from academia, industry, healthcare services and policy makers, with collaborative links internationally, and integrate it into the growing health informatics community.

HEALTH-ARCHIVES-RECORDS-GROUP
> raise the profile of records and archival issues within the health sector #facilitate the networking, collaborating and sharing of information #contribute to the development of standards and best practice promote the use and value of health archives and records

HEALTH-CARE-MANAGEMENT
> A list for sharing and discussing the implications of developments in the management of Health-Care.

HEALTH-ECONOMETRICS
> The list is aimed at researchers who apply econometrics and other quantitative techniques in health economics. It is used to exchange details of meetings, papers, software, and data. The list also allows users to share advice on technical problems. Sublist of HEALTHECON-ALL

HEALTH-EQUITY-NETWORK
> The Health Equity Network (HEN) aims to encourage active and fruitful collaboration between specialists from different disciplines in addressing and debating issues of equity and inequality in health.

HEALTH-INFORMATICS-FORESIGHT
> A list to allow exchange of information about the Foresight programme in Health Informatics. The Foresight programme is currently establishing its next round of activities. This involves extensive consultation and the purpose of this list is to facilitate that process.

HEALTH-LITERACY
> Mailing list for members of the health literacy community of practice. Membership of this list is limited to employees of the NHS or Health Education England.

HEALTH-PROMOTION
> People working in the field of health promotion can use this list to discuss topics of interest to their profession. Set up in the Trent region of the UK.

HEALTH-SERVICES-RESEARCH
> A Superlist for the International and NHS Health Services Research Community. Conferences, Seminar News, Researcher Jobs etc.

HEALTHBIOSCIENCE-IDEAS-NEWS
> This list is used for announcing courses, webinars, and other training opportunities around medical and bioscience imaging we provide

HEALTHCARE-FUTURELEARN
> This list is for partners of FutureLearn working in Health and care to discuss collaborative working.

HEALTHCARE-SCIENCE-LEADERSHIP
> This is a list for all healthcare scientists working in a combination of health and academic sectors - where they contribute to research and leadership

HEALTHECON-ALL
> Health Economics Superlist, for distributing messages to all the health economics lists. Privacy notice for healthecon-all By using the list healthecon-all your personal data (email address, name) may be used by the list owner to manage your membership, support you in using this mailing list, to identify problems or to make the mailing list better. If you post messages to this mailing list, be aware that any personal data you share within your email (email address, name and signature information) may be visible to others. To check who else may view your message and personal data, check the mailing list archive privacy setting, which is displayed at www.jiscmail.ac.uk/healthecon-all Your email will continue to be subscribed to the mailing list until you ask the list owner, or JiscMail Helpline to remove your details. Any email messages you post to the mailing list will remain in the mailing list web-accessible archives, until you ask the list owner, or JiscMail helpline to remove these details.

HEALTHECON-DISCUSS
> Welcome to healthecon-discuss. Healthecon-discuss is the general health economics discussion list. Membership is open to all health economists (and all those interested in health economics) worldwide. The purpose of healthecon-discuss is to give a (previously unavailable) forum for general discussion on health economics matters. The list is international in membership and discussion reflects this. Please remember discussions and announcements are for strictly health economics issues, not general health or other matters. Please feel free to contribute to the list and any discussions that ensue. The list is owned by Bruce Hollingsworth (email: healthecon-discuss-request@jiscmail.ac.uk) The healthecon-discuss WWW site is at: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/healthecon-discuss.html NOTE: In order to access any files on the website you first need to register with Jiscmail, using the instructions given below. Members of this list are automatically members of the health economics "Superlist", healthecon-all. A message sent here is distributed to all members of the three health economics jiscmail lists - healthecon-discuss, HESG, and health-econometrics (the "sub-lists"). Each sub-list member receives only one copy of the message, no matter how many of the sub-lists they are members of. The superlist is to be used for announcements about health economics conferences, jobs etc. i.e. not discussion matters. Although the superlist has its own jiscmail www page (for archiving messages) it cannot be joined directly. A further list health economists may be interested in joining is dea-health concerned with non-parametric analysis (http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/dea-health.html). USING THE HEALTHECON-DISCUSS LIST To have full access to Jiscmail facilities it is a good idea early on to register with Jiscmail. You need to do this to be able to access the website and to send messages to the list. To do this you need to do the following: 1. Go to the website for the: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/healthecon-discuss.html 2. Click on the "Post to the JISCmail list" line. You will be faced with a "Login required" screen 3. Click on the "get a new LISTSERV password first" line and follow the instructions. 4. After your email address and password have been registered (which is confirmed by jiscmail via email, and should not take more than a few minutes), you will then be able to fully access the website and send messages to the list. For those unfamiliar with using Jiscmail,it is best to obtain a copy of the Jiscmail User Guide. You can obtain the user guide by doing the following: 1. Go to the Jiscmail website homepage at: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk 2. Click on "Documentation" 3. Click on "Complete user guide" Here are some basic commands that you might use regularly. For a more detailed description of Jiscmail commands refer to the user guide. There are two main email addresses which are used. The first is for all Jiscmail administrative commands, such as joining and leaving the list, suspending mail, retrieving files etc. These should be sent to the address jiscmail@jiscmail.ac.uk The second is for contributions to the list. Simply send an email message to healthecon-discuss@jiscmail.ac.uk This will then be sent to all members of the list. (Note that in order to send a message to the list you first need to register with Jiscmail, using the instructions given above). You can reply to list messages in two ways; to the whole list or just to the person who sent the message to which you are replying. The default "Reply-to" field is the originator of the message; you can override this, but think carefully before doing so. _________________________________ Welcome to healthecon-discuss. Healthecon-discuss is the general health economics discussion list. Membership is open to all health economists (and all those interested in health economics) worldwide. The purpose of healthecon-discuss is to give a (previously unavailable) forum for general discussion on health economics matters. The list is international in membership and discussion reflects this. Please remember discussions and announcements are for strictly health economics issues, not general health or other matters. Please feel free to contribute to the list and any discussions that ensue. The list is owned by Bruce Hollingsworth (email: healthecon-discuss-request@jiscmail.ac.uk) The healthecon-discuss WWW site is at: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/healthecon-discuss.html NOTE: In order to access any files on the website you first need to register with Jiscmail, using the instructions given below. Members of this list are automatically members of the health economics "Superlist", healthecon-all. A message sent here is distributed to all members of the three health economics jiscmail lists - healthecon-discuss, HESG, and health-econometrics (the "sub-lists"). Each sub-list member receives only one copy of the message, no matter how many of the sub-lists they are members of. The superlist is to be used for announcements about health economics conferences, jobs etc. i.e. not discussion matters. Although the superlist has its own jiscmail www page (for archiving messages) it cannot be joined directly. A further list health economists may be interested in joining is dea-health concerned with non-parametric analysis (http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/dea-health.html). USING THE HEALTHECON-DISCUSS LIST To have full access to Jiscmail facilities it is a good idea early on to register with Jiscmail. You need to do this to be able to access the website and to send messages to the list. To do this you need to do the following: 1. Go to the website for the: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/lists/healthecon-discuss.html 2. Click on the "Post to the JISCmail list" line. You will be faced with a "Login required" screen 3. Click on the "get a new LISTSERV password first" line and follow the instructions. 4. After your email address and password have been registered (which is confirmed by jiscmail via email, and should not take more than a few minutes), you will then be able to fully access the website and send messages to the list. For those unfamiliar with using Jiscmail,it is best to obtain a copy of the Jiscmail User Guide. You can obtain the user guide by doing the following: 1. Go to the Jiscmail website homepage at: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk 2. Click on "Documentation" 3. Click on "Complete user guide" Here are some basic commands that you might use regularly. For a more detailed description of Jiscmail commands refer to the user guide. There are two main email addresses which are used. The first is for all Jiscmail administrative commands, such as joining and leaving the list, suspending mail, retrieving files etc. These should be sent to the address jiscmail@jiscmail.ac.uk The second is for contributions to the list. Simply send an email message to healthecon-discuss@jiscmail.ac.uk This will then be sent to all members of the list. (Note that in order to send a message to the list you first need to register with Jiscmail, using the instructions given above). You can reply to list messages in two ways; to the whole list or just to the person who sent the message to which you are replying. The default "Reply-to" field is the originator of the message; you can override this, but think carefully before doing so. Privacy notice for healthecon-discuss By using the list healthecon-discuss your personal data (email address, name) may be used by the list owner to manage your membership, support you in using this mailing list, to identify problems or to make the mailing list better. If you post messages to this mailing list, be aware that any personal data you share within your email (email address, name and signature information) may be visible to others. To check who else may view your message and personal data, check the mailing list archive privacy setting, which is displayed at www.jiscmail.ac.uk/healthecon-discuss Your email will continue to be subscribed to the mailing list until you ask the list owner, or JiscMail Helpline to remove your details. Any email messages you post to the mailing list will remain in the mailing list web-accessible archives, until you ask the list owner, or JiscMail helpline to remove these details. _________________________________

HEALTHFUNDRAISERS
> Informal network of health fundraisers to share best practice, experiences and talk through any challenges.

HEALTHFUTURESUK
> This list is for academics and practitioners engaged or interested in the field of health policy futures research.

HEALTHLITERACY-ASSOCIATES
> Membership of this list is for those not in NHS but are associated with the health literacy community of practice.

HEALTHPSYCHOLOGYPOSTGRADUATENET
> The network aims to improve collaboration between postgraduates. The network can be used as a forum for discussions, advice and ideas and practical advice on methodologies. The network can also be used to information on relevant conferences and updates on developments in health psychology.

HEALTHWALKS
> To provide a forum for sharing research and practice concerning Health Walks. The group is multidisplinary by nature and aimed at academics, health promotion specialists, clinicians, health psychologists and other interested parties involved in the research and promotion of walking.

HEARCHIVISTS
> The Higher Education Archivists list is for archivists who look after the institutional archives of UK universities. Its purpose is to allow for the exchange of information and the development of best practice standards for this genre of archive. The list will also promote these archives as a teaching and research resources, and contribute to wider discussions of records and information management in the HE sector.

HEBCON-DISCUSSION
> This list facilitates discussion between those involved in developing and managing business continuity in the HE Sector.

HEILBRONNEVENTS
> Monthly list of HIMR events

HEIR-NETWORK
> A list for all those interested in the role and function of institutional research in the UK higher education community. Owned by the Institutional Research Network

HELF
> This list is a discussion area for Heads of e-Learning working in HE. The list is primarily for discussion of strategic issues relating to the embedding of e-learning.

HELIX-MEDIAL-USER-GROUP
> This list is to support the FE & HE community who use the Helix/Medial Media Library product within their institution. The aim of the list is to allow users to share good practice, ask questions and compare experiences of using the product.

HELOAWALES
> This group is for members of the Higher Education Liaison Officers in the Wales regional group to communicate regarding meetings and other issues impacting on student recruitment, admissions and outreach in Wales.

HEMATHSTL
> This list has been created to allow those with an interest in teaching and learning in the mathematical sciences within higher education to: Keep up to date with the activities of the IMA, and other professional organisations, in relation to teaching and learning in higher education. Advertise your own related resources, activities, events and conferences. Obtain the views and opinions of other colleagues in the mathematical sciences quickly and easily.

HEMPS
> The list links lecturers working in the field of Primary music across Scottish Universities which offer Initial Teacher Education courses.

HEN
> This list is used by anyone who is involved in the preservation of engineering sites and artefacts and who wishes to inform others of their activities or discoveries or to seek information or advice.

HENRYSWEETSOCIETY
> The Henry Sweet Society for the History of Linguistic Ideas was founded in February 1984. Its aims are to promote and encourage the study of the history of all branches of linguistic thought, theoretical and applied, and including non-European traditions. Its fields of interest include the history both of the major subject areas of linguistics and also of more specialised topics, such as writing systems, literacy, rhetoric, and the application of linguistic ideas within professional and technical fields.

For further information on the society, please see our website.

Society membership and journal subscription are now managed by Taylor & Francis. Annual membership includes a print + online package (3 issues of Language & History) for £42 (student rate: £16.50). Alternatively, you can opt out of paper copies with an online- only subscription for £39 (student rate: £12). For more information on how to become a member, please visit the Taylor & Francis website.

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HEPSYSMAN-L
> HEP System Managers mailing list

HEQUAL-QAEN
> hequal-qaen is a list for managers of quality assurance and enhancement in higher education. Its origins are in the quality assurance and enhancement network developed by the Higher Education Quality Council (HEQC). HEQC supports the list but is not responsible for it.

HERA-USESOFTHEPAST
> This list is for potential applicants to the HERA Uses of the Past call to search for potential partners, share project ideas, and build international links. You can click on ‘post new message’ to send a message to the subscription list. Please follow the format below in the core of your message: Name: Email: Country: Looking for partners in (add country): Title/Topic of Proposed Project: Short Description of Subject/topic of proposed project, and areas of expertise required if appropriate (max 200 words): We ask that you follow the format above to make it easier for subscribers to quickly see if a request is relevant to them. We recommend subscribing immediately if interested, but waiting a couple of days before posting your partner search in order to give all countries time to distribute this email to their networks. Please note that the posts are not moderated, so you still need to ensure fit to the Uses of the Past call, eligibility etc. if you are responding to a post, please reply to the subscriber's individual email address rather than posting to the whole group.

HERAG
> The Higher Education Race Action Group (HERAG) aims to support institutions and equality practitioners in advancing race equality and changing the culture of the higher education #sector. HERAG meets three times a year and anyone with an interest in race equality is welcome to come along to the meetings.

HERCULES
> Many different disciplines are interested in Hercules. This list is for anyone interested in the hero in any medium or period. Researchers and artists of all kinds can use it to find: i) information about Hercules in particular genres/media/periods, and ii) potential collaborators for projects.

HERFORUM
> HER forum is for the circulation of information and general discussion of issues relating to Historic Environment Records. HER forum will enable academics, students and historic environment professionals to keep in touch with the latest developments and opportunities within the cultural heritage management community.

HERITAGE
> HERITAGE is a discussion list for academic and industry researchers investigating all aspects of heritage, tourism, museum and cultural management. This list is a forum for sharing experiences and exchanging information.

HERITAGE-ARTS-NETWORK
> Contemporary art is increasingly being used to 'intervene' in heritage spaces. This list aims to share information and promote critical discussion around this aspect of heritage, museum and contemporary art practice.

HERITAGE-IP-NETWORK
> The Museums Copyright Group was formed in 1996 to answer an increasing number of concerns about copyright expressed by professionals working in the museums and galleries community. The Group now has members representing museums, galleries, archives and libraries including national and regional institutions, and those attached to universities and local authorities.

HERITAGE-YORKSHIRE
> The list will support dissemination of information to those engaged in research on heritage issues in the Yorkshire region - both in universities and in museums, locally and nationally.

HERITAGEPLUS
> This email group is to help find and facilitate partners for collaborative research projects under the Heritage Plus Call

HERMENEUTIC-PHENOMENOLOG
> An online forum to share learning and resources for those engaged/involved in hermeneutic phenomenological based research.

HERSCHEL-ATLAS-LIST
> Email distribution list for the Herschel ATLAS Key Project

HERTSPCRES
> An email discussion list for the research network of primary care teams in Hertfordshire and other parties interested in collaborative health services research.

HESA-DLHE
> Provides a mail group for DLHE (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education) Coordinators to communicate current issues and share best practice. Sub-list of admin-hesa

HESA-ESTATES
> HESA information and discussion forum for HESA Estates record contacts and related areas. Sub-list of admin-hesa

HESA-FINANCE
> HESA information and discussion forum for HESA Finance record contacts and related areas. Sub-list of admin-hesa

HESA-KIS
> HESA information and discussion forum for HESA KIS record contacts and related areas. Sub-list of admin-hesa

HESA-STAFF
> HESA information and discussion forum for HESA Staff record contacts and related areas. Sub-list of admin-hesa

HESA-STUDENT
> HESA information and discussion forum for HESA Student record contacts and related areas. Sub-list of admin-hesa

HETEACHINGNETWORK
> A mailing list to support an informal network of colleagues interested in Teaching and Learning at UK Higher Education Institutions (and beyond!). This may include Teaching Focussed staff - from post graduate tutor through to Prof!! - all at every level are really welcome 🙂 (Teaching Focussed is a catch all term to cover all contract types that are not Teaching and Research e.g. Teaching and Scholarship, Education and Scholarship, Teaching Only, Teaching Focussed). In addition, Teaching and Research staff and all of the many colleagues who are third sector professionals supporting teaching development are welcome too. This is a space to share good practice, helpful tips, scholarship activism, information about publications, webinars, conferences and more, and for conversation and network building.

HETECON
> Announcements and discussion related to the work of the Association for Heterodox Economics. Announcements and discussion related to the work of the Association for Heterodox Economics.

HETHIRDSPACE
> This list is to provide network for practitioners and researchers in the Higher Education Third Space

HEURO
> HEURO is the Association of UK Higher Education European Officers. It was founded in 1992 and currently has 70 member institutions across the UK. It aims to provide a platform for all European Officers in HE and more specifically to: To provide opportunities for higher education staff involved in European activities to share experiences. In particular, provide initial professional development opportunities for staff new to European activities. To promote models of good practice in obtaining European Union funding and in managing European Union programmes by sharing experiences of those working in this area within higher education. To represent the views of its members when dealing with national and international professional and educational bodies, including the production of positioning papers on strategic issues and to act as a channel of communication between such organisations and HEURO's members. To promote the benefits of Internationalisation in Higher Education.

HEW-SRG
> This list is for members of the Higher Education Wales, Student Returns Group to make announcements regarding meetings of the group and to act as a forum for group members throughout the year for matters relating to student data returns within Wales.

HEWIT-NG
> Mailing list for members of technical staff managing data and voice networks at Welsh Higher Education institutions that are members of the HEWIT group.

HFRN
> The Historical Fictions Research Network aims to create a place for the discussion of all aspects of fictional historical narrative. We welcome people working on prose, drama, visual art, reception studies, musicology, museum displays, film, tv, gaming, wargaming, graphic novels, transformative works and any other areas engaged in the narrative construction of the fictional past.

HG-FORUM
> This list is used by the Northern Hunter Gatherer Discussion Forum to make announcements about forthcoming forum meetings and other hunter gatherer related information.

HIANET
> The Health Impact Assessment (HIA) mailing list for the methodological and practical advancement of HIA in the development of healthy public policies, plans, programmes and projects.

HIEF
> This list allows all those involved in clinical education, health informatics education, clinical education commissioning and standards setting to exchange ideas and knowledge about embedding informatics teaching into clinical education. It covers all areas of clinical education, including medical, nursing and midwifery, and AHP (Allied Health Professionals), and at both pre and post registration levels.

HIGHER-EDUCATION-CLOSE-UP
> Higher Education Close-Up (HECU) is a virtual network for in-depth research into higher education. It aims to provide a forum for discussion about, and the enhancement of, this kind of research. This list has been retained 21/10/2022 no one can subscribe to this list and no one can post to this list. Contact help@jisc.ac.uk for all enquiries regarding this list

HIGHRESMIP-WG
> High Resolution (HighResMIP) is a Coupled Model Intercomparison (CMIP6) endorsed project. This working group will develop ideas for the next round of climate simulation and analysis for the community.

HIGHSTREETS
> This list is to share ideas and research on creating thriving high streets and town/city centres. Its focus is interdisciplinary, international and forward-looking. We're interested in local economies, public space, culture and community and in encouraging new collaborations and research partnerships.

HISON
> Founded in 2005, the network's members are academic researchers in historical sociolinguistics from all over the world. Our activities consist of conferences and summer schools and our webpage is http://hison.sbg.ac.at/

HISPANISTASXIX
> This mail list aims at providing up-to-date information on research, publications and initiatives related to nineteenth-century Spain. Scholars from the UK, the US, Canada and Spain are involved in the project.

HIST-HERB-MED
> The HIST-HERB-MED list is for researchers in the history of herbal medicine. It promotes exchange of information between researchers with an involvement in the history of herbal medicine in a wide range of disciplines. Information shared includes relevant events, conferences, training opportunities, archive resources and other information useful in scholarly research into the history of herbal medicine. New members are introduced with details of their research interests and publications.

HIST-NAT-HIST
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HISTFEST
> A list for primarily London-based staff working within academia and museums, libraries and archives to discuss and debate mutually advantageous opportunities within both sectors.

HISTORICALMUSICPEDAGOGY
> For researchers, teachers, and students of music-pedagogical techniques from Neapolitan partimenti to Verismo. Exchange and find links, events, teaching and research materials. Maintained by Nicholas Barawanath, Annika Forkert, and Marco Pollaci.

HISTORICALTEXTS
> This list keeps you up-to-date with the latest news, developments and events for the Jisc-funded Historical Texts service.

HISTORY-CHILD-FAMILY
> To enable exchange of ideas and resources among teachers and researchers of childhood and family history in Britain and Europe.

HISTORY-DIGITISATION
> A list concerned with the digitisation of historical material whether as an image or an OCR'd document. This list aims to bring together experts in the field of digitising historical material and academics who have projects in mind.

HISTORY-FOR-EDI-IN-MATHS
> A list to support the History for Diversity in Mathematics network which aims to share and develop experience around using history of mathematics to improve equality, diversity and inclusivity in the mainstream higher education mathematics curriculum.

HISTORY-GIS
> Historical applications of Geographical Information Systems technology

HISTORY-HERITAGE
> List for historians, heritage providers and other interested parties to discuss issues raised by a critical examination of the ways in which the past is, and has been, preserved, presented and consumed.

HISTORY-IDEAS
> This list is a forum for the discussion of intellectual history.

HISTORY-OF-COMPUTING-UK
> This list is for the exchange of information and discussion about the history of computing in the United Kingdom. Historians of computing, business historians, museum curators, and others with an interest in this expanding interdisciplinary historical specialty are encouraged to join.

HISTORY-SOURCES
> History-sources is to coordinate the collection of on-line and written sources.

HISTORY-TEACHING
> Run by the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for History, Classics & Archaeology for the exchange of information about good practice in history teaching and learning, innovation, and the use of learning technologies.

HISTORYOFEMOTIONS
> This list is run by the Centre for the History of the Emotions at Queen Mary, University of London, to communicate information about events and research related to all aspects of the history of emotions.

HLG-MEMBERS
> HLG-MEMBERS is an open list run by the Health Libraries Group HLG of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals CILIP. It provides a forum for HLG members to discuss HLG business, such as publicising forthcoming events and exchanging information of interest and relevance to HLG members.

HODCUCD
> This list is for Heads of Department/Heads of School/Heads of Subject in Classical and related subjects (ancient history, archaeology, Byzantine studies) to support each other with strategies, problems and difficulties. This is a Sub-List of CUCD.

HOFMI-EFMI
> This mailing list is for researchers interested in and working in the area of human and organisational factors of medical informatics.

HOGG
> Information and discussion group for those with an academic or research interested in the history of geology or the wider earth sciences

HOLI
> An email list for all those interested in co-production research, and in keeping up with the work of Holi.

HOLLT-NET
> Supporting research into the history of second/foreign language learning, teaching and assessment.

HOLOCAUST-WRITERS
> This list is for the discussion and promotion and development of non-academic Holocaust writing, e.g. creative writing, non-fiction, fiction, poetry etc. The aim is to network among those who are interested in both producing and working with the producers of such texts.

HOLOCAUSTRESEARCHINSTITUTE
> This list is to inform users about the HRI's upcoming activities.

HOSPITALITY-INDUSTRIES
> This discussion group is aimed at those working in all areas of the Hospitality Industries promoting research and academic networking. This includes all related aspects of Business, Management, Finance, Information Technology, Organisational Behaviour and Psychology.

HPC-PEDAGOGY
> There is a clear need to discuss pedagogical methods regarding high performance computing, both to address the identified shortfall in such skills and to share best practises

HPC-SIG
> The HPC Special Interest Group brings together sites running large local HPC facilities. By meeting and sharing experiences its mission is to promote and enable the use of research computation and to ensure its sustainable and effective use within the UK HEIs.

HPC-SIG-ENQUIRIES
> Enquiries about the HPC Special Interest Group which aims to promote the use of High Performance Computing (HPC) in academia and industry, by members working together and promoting best practice in HPC provision, management and support.

HPC-SIG-SCHEDULING
> This is the list for the Scheduling and Checkpointing Focus Group, part of the HPC-SIG.

HPC-SYSADMIN
> A mailing list for UK public sector HPC sysadmins, including early career for discussion of HPC system level topics

HRCM
> The High-Resolution Climate Modelling group is a long-standing collaboration between the Met Office, University of Reading and the National Centre for Atmospheric Science

HRCS
> The list provides announcements for the High Resolution Coral Stress tool. # The tool is a new global thermal stress metric using 1km resolution. The tool provides historic thermal stress data and future projections. Regional and global coral bleaching thresholds will soon be available.

HRM
> The Human Resource Management (HRM) research list aims to promote exchange of academic research activity and community news in relation to human resource management (broadly defined) from various social science perspectives.

HSUG
> The activities of the Health Statistics User Group are aimed at maintaining and improving data quality, data access, and the use of health and health statistics. We aim to represent all users of health and health services.

HUDDSCONSORTIUMLIBRARIES
> An email list for information sharing between college libraries and librarians providing HE courses as part of the University of Huddersfield Consortium.

HUGG
> Mailing list for University of Hull Geochemistry and geobiology group and external collaborators.

HUMAN-FLOURISHING
> The purpose of this list is to help generate discussion and insight into the topic of human flourishing from multi-disciplinary perspectives.

HUMANREMAINSSSN
> This list is for individuals responsible for managing human remains in UK universities & museums

HUMANRESOURCES-HE
> The purpose of this group is for all HR Professionals working in Universities to come together, to share best practice, for knowledge exchange and to have a place where they can ask any questions!

HUMANS-MACHINES-LANGUAGE
> This list is for the British Association for Applied Linguistics Special Interest Group on Humans, Machines and Language

HW-IS-ALERTS
> Externally hosted mailing list for service failure alerts circulated to HW Information Services managers. Members of the list will mail this list 24x7 to alert each other to service disruptions so that appropriate responses can be invoked.

HWR
> The History of Women Religious of Britain and Ireland (H-WRBI) mailing list is used for the discussion of all topics relevant to the study of women religious of Britain and Ireland. It also aims to provide information on all up-coming conferences and seminars of interest.

HYBRIDTANDLINHE
> A mail list for supporting discussions about developments of Hybrid Teaching and Learning in HE and information sharing.