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M-BLACKBOARD
> VLE users group for the Midlands

M25-LT-GROUP
> This list is to facilitate networking and sharing of practice among learning technologists, academic developers and academics in HEIs within the Greater London / M25 area. M25-LTG is an ALT member group. Our Twitter hashtag is #m25ltg

MA-ENGLANDLONDON
> This list is used by Museums Association members in London to exchange and discuss the latest thinking, knowledge and research related to museums, galleries and heritage sites. The Museums Association's aims are to develop and grow a vibrant and dynamic network of members; campaign and advocate for museums to change lives and inspire and develop workforce to deliver our vision for the sector.

MA-ENGLANDMIDLANDS
> This list is used by Museums Association members in the Midlands to exchange and discuss the latest thinking, knowledge and research related to museums, galleries and heritage sites. The Museums Association's aims are to develop and grow a vibrant and dynamic network of members; campaign and advocate for museums to change lives and inspire and develop workforce to deliver our vision for the sector.

MA-ENGLANDNORTH
> This list is used by Museums Association members in the north of England to exchange and discuss the latest thinking, knowledge and research related to museums, galleries and heritage sites. The Museums Association's aims are to develop and grow a vibrant and dynamic network of members; campaign and advocate for museums to change lives and inspire and develop workforce to deliver our vision for the sector.

MA-ENGLANDSOUTHEAST
> This list is used by Museums Association members in South East England to exchange and discuss the latest thinking, knowledge and research related to museums, galleries and heritage sites. The Museums Association's aims are to develop and grow a vibrant and dynamic network of members; campaign and advocate for museums to change lives and inspire and develop workforce to deliver our vision for the sector.

MA-ENGLANDSOUTHWEST
> This list is used by Museums Association members in South West England to exchange and discuss the latest thinking, knowledge and research related to museums, galleries and heritage sites. The Museums Association's aims are to develop and grow a vibrant and dynamic network of members; campaign and advocate for museums to change lives and inspire and develop workforce to deliver our vision for the sector.

MA-NORTHERNIRELAND
> This list is used by Museums Association members in Northern Ireland to exchange and discuss the latest thinking, knowledge and research related to museums, galleries and heritage sites. The Museums Association's aims are to develop and grow a vibrant and dynamic network of members; campaign and advocate for museums to change lives and inspire and develop workforce to deliver our vision for the sector.

MA-SCOTLAND
> This list is used by Museums Association members in Scotland to exchange and discuss the latest thinking, knowledge and research related to museums, galleries and heritage sites. The Museums Association's aims are to develop and grow a vibrant and dynamic network of members; campaign and advocate for museums to change lives and inspire and develop workforce to deliver our vision for the sector.

MA-TH-SS-X-ANNOUNCE-LIST
> This mail list is for announcements from the Mathematics of Mass Extinction Network (Ma(th)ssX) supported by the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences.

MA-WALES
> This list is used by Museums Association members in Wales to exchange and discuss the latest thinking, knowledge and research related to museums, galleries and heritage sites. The Museums Association's aims are to develop and grow a vibrant and dynamic network of members; campaign and advocate for museums to change lives and inspire and develop workforce to deliver our vision for the sector.

MAC-ADEMIC-UK
> Intended for all end-users of Macintosh systems. Request information on system and software problems, availability of software solutions, or provide info on software titles particularly useful to the academic community. Complementary to MAC-SUPPORTERS (a CLOSED LIST for Macintosh Support Staff) Sublist of mac-superlist

MAC-LEARNING-COMMUNITY
> The MAC-LEARNING-COMMUNITY exists to encourage the sharing of ideas about he use of Macintosh systems in all sections of the U.K. education community. It also aims to provide a source of curriculum templates and software ideas.

MAC-SUPPORTERS
> This LIST is intended for those involved in the support of Apple Macintosh systems, primarily in U.K. Higher Education and with a nominal responsibility for 10 + Macs. The LIST is busy and response is often rapid. Sublist of mac-superlist

MAHARA-UK
> Mahara UK is for all those interested in the Mahara e-Portfolio. It will disseminate information on developments and events, specifically the annual conference.

MAINT-REL
> List for discussion of the theory and application of mathematical and statistical techniques useful in the context of maintenance and reliability (for example of industrial plant), for publicising relevant meetings, and for e ncouraging dialogue between academics and engineers in industry.

MAKING-HOME
> This list brings together scholars to discuss the material, symbolic, and functional contours of domestic space. It is interdisciplinary, covering history, art history, sociology, and human geography and many other areas. We explore how home relates to identity and community formation, and to wider national politics, cultures and histories as well as discussing methodologies for researching home.

MAKINGHISTORICALDRESS
> Making Historical Dress is an Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded network, exploring recreative practice within histories of dress and textiles.

MANAGEMENT-HISTORY
> This list supports critical and scholarly discussion, reflection and research in the area of management and administrative history;and the development of historically informed analyses and explorations of management practices and of management philosophy and thought.

MANAGEMENT-OF-TECHNOLOGY
> A forum for exchanging ideas relating to technology management processes. Contributions could relate to the identification, selection, acquisition, exploitation and protection of technology. Discussion of alternative processes or perhaps what constitutes technology would also be welcome.

MANAGEMENT-RESEARCH
> For discussion of issues related to management research, including its methodology and development, research training, networking and dissemination of research findings. To provide a forum for such issues to enhance the effectiveness of management research in Britain, Europe and internationally.

MANDARIN-CHINESE-TEACHING
> This list is for use by teachers of Chinese in HE and FE institutions and schools. It exists as a forum for discussion and research into teaching methods for Mandarin Chinese and development of best practice.

MANIFESTO-CONTACTS
> This list is used by the main contact points for institutions who have signed up to the Manifesto for Public Engagement.

MANMETWOMEN
> This list is used by members of Manchester Metropolitan's Women's Network to support women in their careers. It is a space for professional networking, proposing collaborative work, and offering mutual professional and personal development support.

MANTID-IMAGING-ANNOUNCE
> Mantid Imaging is a graphical toolkit for performing 3D reconstruction of neutron tomography data.

MANTRA-FORUM
> This forum will allow staff from a variety of institutions to discuss issues around the installation, modification and re-use of the Research Data MANTRA open educational resource and related RDM training material.

MANUSCRIPTS-ONLINE
> A forum for the discussion, promotion and development of online manuscript research among the professionals, researchers and students collaborating in the field.

MAPNETWORK
> This mailing discussion list invites everyone interested in participation, social action and inclusion in museums and heritage to share resources and ideas and work together to find new pathways to stronger heritage communities.

MAPPING-CYBERSPACE
> Discussion of the techniques for mapping and visualising Internet infrastructure, traffic flows, user demographics, web information structures and online social interaction. Also consideration of the wider issues of usability, asethetics, and meaning of the maps.

MAPPINGTHEMARCH
> Through this mailing list for Mapping the March: Medieval Wales and England, c. 1282-1550, we aim to inform and update you on our project progress.

MAPPINGWRITING
> MappingWriting.com is a freely available website which is exploring geographical representations in cultural texts -- primarily literary, but not exclusively. The list will assist scholars to communicate about conferences, publications and developments in this area.

MARINE-COASTAL
> This list provides a forum for dicussion of topics in marine and coastal ecology and environmental management, with emphasis on environmental management and education. The list is run by the University Marine Biological Station Millport (Universities of London and Glasgow).

MARITIMESECURITY
> This Network intends to share information about events and recent publications and to facilitate the discussion on maritime security studies and maritime security sector reform.

MARRIAGEANDMIGRATION
> A research network and mailing list for researchers interested in issues of marriage and migration (and related fields).

MARTIALARTSSTUDIES
> Email list for the Martial Arts Studies Research Network, dedicated to the interdisciplinary academic study of martial arts.

MARTS
> This list has been retained 15/11/2022 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

MASCULINITY-STUDIES
> This list is for use by researchers in the field of masculinity studies accross academic disciplines to post announcements and generate discussions in this field.

MASS-DIGITIZATION
> This list is for scholars and archivists, etc, interested in the mass digitization of original textual materials, particularly digital photography of medieval manuscripts.

MASSOBS
> This is a discussion and announcement list for those interested in Mass-Observation: the original social research organisation and the contemporary national writing project.

MASTS-NHM
> MASTS Numerical Hydrodynamic Modelling Forum members mailing list.

MASTS-NHM-FORUM
> The list is a medium for communication and exchange of information among members of MASTS and close associates related to numerical hydrodynamic modelling.

MAT-REN
> Issues surrounding the costs and consumption of works of art and domestic goods in Italy 1300-1650, and information regarding the Material Renaissance research project.

MATADOC
> This is an information forum for practitioners who have trained to use the Music Therapy Assessment Tool for Awareness in Disorders of Consciousness (MATADOC) This is a sub-list of MTNEUROLOGYNETWORK.

MATERIAL-ENCOUNTERS
> The list will be used to announce the research cluster activities such as Calls for Papers/participation/ talks and international seminars and alike.

MATERIAL-MATTERS
> The group facilitates interdisciplinary exchange on materials, including perspectives from the social sciences and humanities, natural sciences and engineering, museum practitioners and conservation specialists, artists and designers.

MATERIALS-EDUCATION
> The list exists to provide a forum for discussion of educational issues in Materials and related disciplines, and to support those interested in Materials Education by encouraging the sharing of expertise and experience. The list is administered and supported by the UK Centre for Materials Education.

MATHEDU
> An unmoderated distribution list discussing teaching and learning of post-calculus mathematics.

MATHPEATNETWORK
> A research network focused on the modelling and simulation of soft evolving porous materials with applications to peatland modelling

MATHPSYCHCITY
> This is the mailing list for the research group on Mathematical Psychology and Neuroscience at City, UoL.

MATHS-E-ASSESSMENT
> A debate covering educational and technical issues. How can mathematical assessment packages contribute to deep understanding? Which question types best test which mathematical skills? Can test editors be designed to construct questions suitable for diagnostic, continuous and grading assessment?

MATHS-PROM
> The list will create a network for people involved in promoting maths education and research to the public, policy makers and the media, enabling them to share information and support each others work.

MATHSAD
> The Heads of School already have a JISC list for sharing information etc. This list is set up for administrators with management responsibility in Mathematics to share good practice and support each other.

MATHSHEADS
> This list is intended to provide communications between members of HoDoMS (Heads of Departments of Mathematical Sciences). For details of HoDoMS see the HoDoMS web site, currently located at http://www.hodoms.org.uk/

MATHSHEADS-ADVERTS
> Membership of MATHSHEADS-ADVERTS is restricted to Heads of Department of Mathematical Sciences and their assistants and is intended for departments to post adverts about available grants, job vacancies and the like.

MATHSONICE
> Maths on Ice are monthly online seminars on research in Mathematical Glaciology.

MATURESTUDENTS
> This is an open list for anyone within the academic community with an interest in Mature Students Issues. It is hoped that the list will be used to share best practice in mature students provision.

MCG
> The Museums Computer Group: connecting, supporting, inspiring museum technology professionals The Museums Computer Group (MCG) is a UK-based independent group for museum, gallery, archive and higher education professionals who work with museum technology and digital heritage. Our members include technologists, educators, academics, marketing people and more working in or around museums and digital technologies, from backend collections systems to the latest social media. With over 1000 members, the MCG discussion list a lively forum for support and debate with your peers, and is our main channel of online communication. Joining gives you immediate access to a huge range of professional experience. Got a museum technology question? Someone on the list will have the answer, often you�ll get several. We provide a forum for discussion between museum, gallery, archive and higher education professionals who work with museum technology and digital heritage. We connect, support and inspire our members through annual events at museums and other venues throughout the UK, including the UK Museums on the Web conference and a range of regional events, an email discussion list and other channels for debate and practical help.

MDCPUBLIC
> This is the public announcement mailing list for the Media Discourse Centre led by Prof. Stuart Price at De Montfort University, Leicester England.

MDT-RT
> Multi-disciplinary radiotherapy

MECCSA
> For discussion of aspects of academic research & teaching within Media, Communication, Film, Television & Cultural Studies. Designed to support HE lecturers & researchers within the Media Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA) Members' interests include practice & theory.

MECCSA-CCES
> To strengthen the ability of MeCCSA and its members to respond to and lead the worldwide academic contribution to understanding media, communication and cultural studies where they meet issues of climate change, environment and sustainable development.

MECCSA-DISABILITY
> The Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA) Disability Studies Network aims to support and promote the development of the research and teaching of Disability Studies within Media Studies and to provide a space to support and promote the work of disabled academics, lecturers, researchers and media practitioners working in Higher Education.

MECCSA-LCM
> The MeCCSA Local and Community Media Network aims to promote research into Local and Community Media in the UK. It is one of a series of networks in the Media, Communication and Cultural Studies (MeCCSA) subject association in the UK. The aim of the network is to draw together those scholars interrogating this landscape to raise the profile of research in this field and strengthen its future trajectory. The network also offers the opportunity to increase collaboration between industry and academia and emerging innovators and disruptors in the field. An increasing number of academics working in the area of local and community media, including both the executive members above and suggested members below, come with a background in relevant industries.

MECCSA-PGN
> Bring together postgraduate students in Media, Communication, Film and Cultural Studies to form research, and teaching and learning networks and also ensure peer support.

MECCSA-POLICY
> The aim of the MeCCSA (Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association) Policy Network is to exchange ideas and research findings, but also to join with civil society in their debates with the regulators, the broadcasters and the Government.

MECCSA-PRACTICE-NETWORK
> The MeCCSA Practice Network champions practice within the Media Communications and Cultural Studies Association, and supports events at which media practice is presented, particularly those in which the contexts of practice research, practice pedagogy and professional practice are foregrounded.

MECCSA-REAPN
> This list is used by the Network to share information, help develop and promote research and opportunities. Research areas include but not limited to issues of race, media and culture.

MECCSA-WMSN
> The list is run by the Women's Media Studies Network which is a subsidiary of the Media, Communications and Cultural Studies Association. It fosters collaborative research in HE and hosts seminars and symposia and networking opportunities for women media researchers, teachers, practitioners and professionals. It welcomes postgraduate researchers and helps promote events which will be of interest to all of these constituencies.

MECCSASOUND
> This list name relates to a Meccsa Network on Sound Studies. It will be a forum to support the research community in sound studies.

MED-AND-REN-MUSIC
> This is a sub-list of MUSICOLOGY-ALL. This list enables those engaged on research into any aspect of Medieval and Renaissance Music to exchange information. This includes questions of research, conference details and reports, library information and any other useful material.

MED-SETTLEMENT
> A discussion list for those involved in, or with a particular interest in, the study of the history, geography and archaeology of medieval rural settlements. Maintained by the Medieval Settlement Research Group.

MED-ULTRASOUND-PHYS
> The list is for scientists, engineers and clinicians working in academia and healthcare to discuss issues and ideas related to diagnostic and therapeutic Medical Ultrasound.

MEDANTHRO
> This list is used by members of the UK Medical Anthropology academic community to disseminate information about meetings, awards and courses and to encourage collaborative research initiatives.

MEDARCH
> MedArch is a forum for Medieval Archaeology in Britain, Europe and the World. It aims to encourage a holistic -diachronic, interdisciplinary and cross-cultural - approach to the subject. Its membership links researchers and students in the academic and professional archaeological communities.

MEDHEALTHHUMS
> A forum for discussion of any matter relating to medical and/or health humanities including details of relevant events, meetings, jobs, conferences, calls for papers etc.

MEDIA-ARTS-AND-DANCE
> This list is used by its members to announce and discuss theory, research, critical discourse, publications, conferences, networking and curatorial approaches in the field of screen based dance, including single screen cinema or television works, installation and net based work.

MEDIA-WATCH
> MEDIA-WATCH is for information & discussion on bias and misinformation in the media. This list circulates information about the media and encourages its members to write to complain or to praise the mainstream media.

MEDIALIB
> Medialibs list is a discussion forum for Media Librarians and Information Professionals who have a responsibility for media studies, media production, broadcasting. Keywords: Media; Librarians; Higher Education;

MEDICAL-COLLECTIONS-SCOTLAND
> This list was created by Scotland and Medicine, a professional network for those working with medical collections in Scotland. This listing is open to all and aims to connect heritage staff and researchers and provide access to medical collections and expertise across Scotland.

MEDICAL-EDUCATION
> A list for all those involved or interested in teaching & research in medicine/health care; it is of particular interest to those involved in curriculum development in UK medical schools. It covers all levels of medical education & provides a forum for discussion, exchange of ideas & information.

MEDICAL-GEOLOGY
> Medical geology started as a "new" discipline in 1998 with establishing a Working Group on Medical Geology within COGEOENVIRONMENT, an international commission on environmental geology under the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS).

MEDICAL-PHYSICS-ENGINEERING
> A list to encourage discussion among the academic Medical Physics community in the UK with regard to recent developments and possible research throughout the full range of Medical Physics activities

MEDICALETHICS
> List to disseminate information that relates to Medical Ethics - conferences, workshops, employment.

MEDICALMOBILITIES
> News, announcements & CfP related to medical mobilities research and the Medical Mobilities Reading Group

MEDICALRETINA
> The aim of the list is to provide an online forum to encourage discussion and help develop a medical retina research network.

MEDIEVAL-DOMINICANS
> This academic mailing list is dedicated to circulating information related to the field of medieval Dominican studies, or information of interest to those studying medieval Dominicans (e.g. related to mendicants, preaching, etc.). Announcements might include calls for papers, notices of conferences, lectures, seminars, events, new books and so on. The mailing list could also be a forum for questions and discussion pertinent to the field, although if this proves very popular then the list might be divided into two lists, Announcements and Discussion.

MEDIEVAL-RELIGION
> This list provides a forum for discussions related to religious life and thought in Europe from late antiquity to the early modern period (inclusive). Postings regarding bibliographical matters and new publications are also valued. Subscribers are urged to share their expertise with others.

MEDIEVALISTS-IN-SCOTLAND
> This list is used by medievalists working IN Scotland (not necessarily ON Scotland) for networking: looking for potential collaborators for research; planning, announcing or advertising conferences, workshops, events, publication opportunities, jobs, studentships, post-docs, grants etc.

MEDITERRANEAN-BOWED-INSTRUMENTS
> A discussion list for the history and development of bowed musical instruments in the Mediterranean - but also extending to other geographical areas.

MEDLAW
> An email list for studies in Medical Law

MEDRENCONFERENCE
> The Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference (MedRen) is the largest conference in its field. The yearly conference alternates between UK and European based conferences with a truly international delegate list. Since the conference has no permanent organisational structure, a mailing list is vital in order to allow potential delegates to keep up-to-date with conference news.

MEDSOCNEWS
> The Medsocnews mailing list is used to distribute information and announcements to subscribers fo the Medical Sociology News news-letter.

MEDUSA-ACADEMIC-NETWORK
> A mailing list for the Medusa Academic Network - a regional Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities network working to promote Equality & Diversity in North East Universities

MEG-ART-DESIGN
> This list is used for the collaboration and the sharing of good practice in the teaching, learning and assessment of art and design subjects, in the MEG (mixed economy group) colleges.

MEGCOMMUNITY
> The list is used for dissemination of information and discussion in the UK and international community of researchers working in the field of Magnetoencephalography

MELSIG
> For educators interested in the use of digital and social media for learning in F/HE @melsiguk

MEMORY-AND-ACTIVISM
> A network for the discussion of all matters related to Memory + Activism

MEMORYANDMIGRATION
> The elist aims to allow collaborations and communication amongst academic working in the fields of memory studies and migration studies

MEMORYNETWORK
> A multidisciplinary forum for discussing memory in the twenty-first century. Researchers, authors, artists and organisations are invited to share news, events, projects and publications. The Memory Network emerged from an AHRC Network led by the University of Roehampton and Durham University in 2012-14.

MEMSPACES
> This interdisciplinary mailing list, co-ordinated by Helen Coffey and Leah Clark at the Open University, is aimed at scholars interested in life in buildings, institutions and broader geographical areas during the middle ages and early modern period. It will allow scholars from various disciplines to share news of relevant publications and events as well as other research and teaching initiatives.

MEN-FERTILITIES-ART
> A discussion list open to anyone interested in men, in/fertility and reproductive technologies. The list is open to members of all disciplines and is intended to generate discussion and collaboration in the field.

MENASP
> This list will provide a forum for policy debate and academic communication around issues of social justice and prosperity in the region of the Middle East and North Africa.

MENSTRUATION
> This list is for sharing information about research on menstruation: planned events, new publications, funding calls etc. It was founded by the members of the Wellcome Trust-funded interdisciplinary Menstruation Research Network.

MENTAL-ECON
> For discussion and debate on issues related to the economic analysis of mental health and mental health care services. The list is also intended to disseminate and exchange of information on current and forthcoming events, publications and other material of interest.

MENTAL-HEALTH-LIBRARIES
> A list to support the effective networking and joint working of those working in the specialist field of mental health libraries.

MENTALHEALTHHUMS
> This list is for announcements, communication, and a community for scholars, practitioners, and those with lived experience in mental health humanities.

MENTORING-COACHING
> This group provides a forum for those interested in researching mentoring and coaching in order to improve practice and understanding of relevant theory

MENTORINGMANAGERS
> An informal mailing list for all managers co-ordinators of mentoring schemes based in HE institutions. Join the list to share best practice, discuss issues surrounding mentoring, and to seek support and advice from others running mentoring initiatives.

MERCIAN-COLLABORATION
> The list is for Mercian Collaboration academic libraries (and related services) staff. It will provide a channel for updates on Mercian training events and activities. Members are encouraged to raise issues of mutual concern & debate.

MERCIAN-TECHNOLOGIES
> Mercian Library Systems and Technologies Group aims to be a community of practice of staff responsible for implementing and managing various systems within the digital library ecosystem. Group members will discuss issues from a multi-system perspective, comparing solutions and approaches, and will draw upon each others experience in managing operational issues and introducing change. Staff of academic libraries under the Mercian Collaboration are welcome to subscribe and join the list.

MERSENNE
> This list seeks to promote informal and open discussion within the community of science, technology and medicine studies. We welcome interdisciplinary contributions that treat these subjects in their cultural and social contexts.

MESH-CABS
> This list is one of several linked to the Mesh website (www.mesh-ce.org). Mesh is an online platform for resources on engaging communities and the public with health research in low and middle income countries. This list focuses on community advisory boards (CABs) as a form of engagement with research.

MESH-SCHOOLENGAGEMENT
> This list is one of several linked to the Mesh website (www.mesh-ce.org). Mesh is an online platform for resources on engaging communities and the public with health research in low and middle income countries. This list focuses on engagement in schools.

MET-NETWORK
> Managing the Economic Transition (MET) Network is intended to bring together researchers from the disciplines of management and economics interested in the economic transition / institutional change. More information can be found at: <>

META-ETHNOGRAPHY
> This list is for researchers and others who are interested in learning about and advancing the meta-ethnography qualitative synthesis approach. We would like to create a network for knowledge exchange and debate with the aim of raising the quality of published meta-ethnographies.

META-HEURISTICS
> This list represents the interest of researchers in the theory and application of metaheuristics to approximate solutions of complex optimization problems. The aim is to promote research by dissemination of information on: research points, queries, publications, books, activities, conferences etc.

METASERV
> Announcements and discussion on metascience, metaresearch, research on research

METEOHISTORY
> This list aims to promote discussions about the history of meteorology, weather and related issues amongst members of the International Commission on History of Meteorology (ICHM). The list will also be used to send announcements and news from the officers of ICHM to the members. This list aims to promote discussions about the history of meteorology, weather and related issues amongst members of the International Commission on History of Meteorology (ICHM). The list will also be used to send announcements and news from the officers of ICHM to the members.

METEOROLOGY
> A list serving the meteorological community of the UK and overseas. The list is an initiative of the Royal Meteorological Society. Key Words: Meteorology, Meteorological Science, Climate, Weather, Hydrometeorology

METHODS-GENE-REG
> This list nucleates from former participants to a series of conferences organised by the Institute of Physics Biological Physics Group on Quantitative Methods in Gene Regulation.

METHODSFORCHANGE
> Workshops designed to guide on evaluation and research techniques, become more effective at gathering and getting the most out of data. Group is aimed at helping to provide resources and support to enable better quality evaluation and research to improve services and practices

MFRN
> What is the Midlands Film Research Network? A community of researchers, educators and practitioners from institutions based all over Midlands that are primarily concerned with cinema and the moving image. - It is designed to offer a way of advertising local events, publishing important news, sharing resources and encouraging involvement in the generation of high level research. - It can be used to spread the word about what is happening in the area of film in the Midlands and also to archive the large body of excellent work that goes on. The MFRN consists of a JISC distribution list, a monthly newsletter, a twice yearly peer reviewed journal and a website archive where teachers and researchers can upload finished work and work in progress. Who is the Midlands Film Research Network for? - Initially, the MFRN is aimed at teachers, filmmakers and researchers at Sixth form and Further Education colleges (Years 12 and 13). - Invitations will also extend to local interest groups and production companies, offering a hub of vital information for all those who are part of the community. - There are plans to extend the scheme to Universities, eventually covering all of the major institutions of film research in the area.

MGHG-LIST
> The MGHG Discussion Forum provides a platform for debate and contact among all those who seek to understand museums and galleries from historical and theoretical perspectives.

MHERF-ROMAN-GROUP
> Roman Working Group for the Maritime and Marine Historic Environment Research Framework project.

MHHE
> This list is for information sharing, discussion and debate between all engaged - or with an interest - in learning and teaching about mental health and distress. It spans the disciplines in higher education; complements, and feeds in to, the work of the Mental Health in Higher Education project [mhhehub.ning.com] and is open to anyone with an interest in the area. This list is for information sharing, discussion and debate between all engaged - or with an interest - in learning and teaching about mental health and distress. It spans the disciplines in higher education; complements, and feeds in to, the work of the Mental Health in Higher Education project [mhhehub.ning.com] and is open to anyone with an interest in the area.

MHHE-EASTMIDLANDS
> This list is for information sharing, discussion and debate between all those involved in learning and teaching about mental health, within higher education, across the disciplines and professions in the East Midlands Region. It complements, and feeds in to, the work of the Mental Health in Higher Education project (mhhe) - a project of the Higher Education Academy.

MHHE-WESTMIDLANDS
> This list is for information sharing, discussion and debate between all those involved in learning and teaching about mental health, within higher education, across the disciplines and professions in the West Midlands Region. It complements, and feeds into, the work of the Mental Health in Higher Education project (mhhe) - a project of the Higher Education Academy Sub-List of MHHE

MI-EM
> This list is used to update the community regarding the Midlands Innovation Electron Microscopy Network

MIAOS
> Communication between members of the NERC Marine Integrated Autonomous Observing Systems (MIAOS) projects AlterEco (https://altereco.ac.uk) and CAMPUS (https://www.campus-marine.org)

MICE-CB
> Mailing list for MICE Collaboration Board

MICE-EB
> Email list for MICE Executive Board communication This is a sub-list of MICE

MICE-MEMO
> Mailing list to share information among the members of the MICE Experiment Management Office

MICE-SC-MAGNETS
> List to disseminate information regarding the superconducting magnets that make up the MICE channel.

MICROFOCUS-GROUP
> This mailing list supports IT managers, mainly in HE, FE and high schools across the south of UK and Wales with a specific interest in Novell/Microfocus infrastructure

MICROSOFT-365
> In light of the specific Sector Agreement negotiated by Janet, this list is for the community to discuss Microsoft Office 365 and share experiences. Membership of this list includes the UK research and education community and persons from Microsoft. This is a sub-list of OFFICE365-MANAGERS.

MICROSOFT-EXCHANGE
> This list is for discussion about issues and experiences managing and implementing Microsoft Exchange Server

MICROSOFT-IDENTITY
> A discussion list for people using Microsoft Identity Management tools such as ILM, FIM and AD.

MIDDLEBROW-NETWORK
> This is a monthly email digest of events, publications, calls for papers etc of interest to scholars working on the 'middlebrow'.

MIDEASTFORUM
> Dissemination list for the Middle East and Central Asia Music Forum

MIDLANDSDESIGN
> The creation of a community of design academics, researchers, practitioners, stakeholders, and policy makers, working together in support of a vibrant design economy in the Midlands.

MIDWIFERY-HISTORY
> A list for historians/researchers in the field of midwifery and childbirth

MIDWIFERY-REPROHEALTHEDUCATION
> A forum for discussion on midwifery, reproductive and women's health education. Supported by the ICM Education Standing Committee. It aims to create a international network of educators who are eager to share information and materials, discuss concerns and and offer advice.

MIDWIFERY-RESEARCH
> A forum for discussion on midwifery and reproductive health research. It aims to create an international network of academics, professionals, policy makers and service users who are eager to share information & materials, discuss concerns & and offer advice.

MIGNETYORK
> This is a list used by the Migration Network at University of York's research community to share information, research,events and publications

MIGRANTCITY
> This list is for academics, activists and policy makers to come together to work towards a new agenda for urban strategies for residents with complex and precarious migration status. The list will provide a platform to draw connections between the political economy of cities, the security practices at the heart of contemporary racial and colonial capitalism and the migration apparatus. We will learn/share about both the nature of the contemporary capitalist security state as well as how it might be possible to contest it.

MIGRANTMOTHERS
> The mailing list offers a network to stimulate critical thinking and knowledge exchange on the processes that shape migrant mothers & cultural and caring work in enabling their children to occupy a place as future citizens

MIGRATION-ASYLUM-NETWORK
> The broad themes of the email discussions will relate to research in the field of migration and asylum across Europe, events carried out by the different European organisations, issues in practice and difficulties the different practitioners face in the field. We are looking for a way to facilitate European collaboration and share knowledge in the field, and build potential partnerships in research and/or practice.

MIGRATIONLAW
> This list is an activity of the Migration and Law Network. It is open to those whose research or teaching interests include UK immigration and asylum law.

MILITARCH
> A discussion list on military archaeology and military architecture. This list relates to the physical remains of military activity from all periods of history. The subject also includes civil defence.

MILITARY-ARCHIVES-GROUP
> This list is for archivists and specialists who work with military collections to share knowledge and discuss issues in support of the research community.

MILITARY-HISTORY
> For the discussion of aspects of military history including strategy, equipment, and civil-military relations.

MILITARYCOLLECTIONSGROUP
> A group for members of curatorial and museum support staff from regimental and military museums to discuss collections issues specific to military museums.

MILTON
> This list is designed to provide a sounding board for criticism of; research into; and discussion about John Milton and his time.

MIMAS-WOK
> This list has been retained 05/08/2022 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 Alternative support details at: https://clarivate.libguides.com/UK-JISC/home. Join the Clarivate WOS-UK-EDUCATION@JISCMAIL.AC.UK to receive the latest WoS news and training updates, subscribe at: https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/wa-jisc.exe?SUBED1=WOS-UK- EDUCATION&A=1

MIND
> The MinD list provides a public forum for the discussion of research into the application of design to support people with dementia, their carers and anyone else involved in dementia care.

MIND-NETWORK
> Discussion list for members of the MinD Network for Design and Dementia

MINDFULNESS
> The list supports researchers and practitioners interested in mindfulness and its benefits for organisations. It started with a special interest group at Sheffield Business School, but aims to be inclusive, encouraging academics and professionals elsewhere to join. It promotes the exchange of ideas, research and experiences.

MINDSOFCASTE
> MINDSOFCASTE is an e-discussion list aimed at discussing, sharing and debating matters relating to caste and mind

MINING-HISTORY
> A forum for the discussion of all aspects of the history of mining and associated activity, including ore preparation, on-site smelting, transport systems, social conditions, etc., in a national or international context.

MINORITIES-ON-CAMPUS
> This jisclist is the discussion forum for the AHRC-funded Minorities on Campus research network. This multidisciplinary network will use jisc to share understandings and develop research on the impact of social inequalities around religion, ethnicity and gender on lived experiences of discrimination and equality on HE campuses in India.

MINORITY-ETHNIC-HEALTH
> For professionals Working to improve health of minority ethnic and migrant communities Adopting a multi-disciplinary approach. It provides opportunities to ask questions, share publications, and publicise research or conferences to peers. Members of minority / migrant communities are also welcome to join, Share opinions, respond to questions etc.

MINPHYS
> This list is the electronic information point for the Mineral Physics Group of The Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland. The list is also a forum open to all scientists interested in mineral physics.

MISC-IGHD
> The MISC-IGHD list will make announcements to academics, policy makers and organisations with an interest in refugee integration, wellbeing and social connections.

MISSINGPERSONS
> This list concerns research about missing persons, including research about young people who run away and unidentified bodies. The aim of the list is to allow members to access a cross-disciplinary, cross-sector network of researchers working in the field.

MIST
> The MIST mailing list is for messages and announcements of interest to the UK MIST (Magnetosphere Ionosphere and Solar Terrestrial physics) community. Information about MIST may be found on the Web site: http://www.mist.ac.uk/

MIUA
> Medical Image Understanding and Analysis (MIUA) involves all scientific, engineering & clinical professions in medical imaging. It provides a UK-based forum for dissemination and discussion of research in the analysis and interpretation of medical images. A MIUA conference is held annually.

MLAG
> Mailing list for the MLAG members to share information about meetings, conferences and events and to discuss matters of common interest.

MMF
> The Money, Macro and Finance mailing list is used to inform those interested in attending MMF seminars and conferences of the various activities planned.

MMICS
> MMICS: Men & Masculinities in Culture & Society Research Network. This list is for academics working on topics pertaining to men & masculinity to post announcements and exchange ideas.

MMIT-COMMITTEE
> To be used in order that the Committee of MmIT (the MultiMedia and Information Technology Group) - a sub-group of Cilip - can communicate and exchange documentation amongst Committee members.

MMULGBT
> This group is for discussion of ideas and actions arising from the LGBT staff forum at Manchester Metropolitan University.

MNF-STRATEGY
> A forum for researchers and practitioners of Manufacturing Strategy Formulation and Performance Measurement System Design.

MOBILE-LEARNING
> This list focuses on the pedagogy and use of mobile learning techniques, innovations and resources, particularly in the UK HE and FE sectors, but also in commercial or corporate fields. This includes the use of handheld devices like smartphones, tablets, and games consoles for learning, and for the development of educational apps or mobile resources. The list explores the implications for teaching and learning as mediated by mobile devices, and for adapting existing resources and practice to a culture with the widespread availability of mobile devices and connectivity.

MOBILE-SIG
> A forum for discussion of all aspects of mobile computing, including mobile websites, mobile application development and increasing access to services from mobile devices.

MOCHA
> Interdisciplinary list of researchers working on 'moments of change' (context changes when habits are disrupted)

MODERN-BRITISH-FICTION
> Discussion includes all post-war fiction originating in the British Isles, though specific attention is aimed at recent publications.

MODERN-HEURISTICS
> This list represents the interest of researchers in the theory and application of metaheuristics to approximate solutions of complex optimization problems. The aim is to promote research by dissemination of information on: research points, queries, publications, books, activities, conferences etc.

MODLANGSRT
> This list provides updates and announcements on research training in Modern Languages https://modernlanguages.sas.ac.uk/graduate-study/research-training

MOLDY
> The list will provide a forum for discussions, queries, help requests for researchers using Keith Refson's molecular-dynamics computer simulation package, Moldy.

MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS-NEWS
> News for the molecular dynamics and chemical physics community.

MOLECULARRADIOTHERAPYCONSORTIUM
> The Molecular Radiotherapy (MRT)Consortiums mission is to support equitable patient access to and safe delivery of evidence-based theranostic MRT and provide a multidisciplinary forum for all relevant stakeholders engaged in MRT to help advance research, knowledge and policy engagement on MRT across the UK. This is a Sub List of Super List - MRTCONSORTIUM

MOMERN
> This list has been retained 28/06/2021 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 A network to promote collaborative research and best practice for mobile learning in medical and health education.

MON
> 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.

MOOCS-UK
> UK based discussion group to share research and news around the use of Massively Open Online Courses (Moocs)

MOODLE-FE
> Mailing list to support the development of Moodle in the UK Further Education sector.

MOODLE-HE
> A list to discuss the implementation and use of the open source Moodle VLE in Higher Education in the UK, including integration with other insitituional systems

MOODLE-TECH-USERS-LONDON
> The Moodle Users Group for Greater London technical group (MUGGLx) is an extension to MUGGL for those who want to share the maintenance and development of plugins and system administration advice.

MOODLE-TECHNICAL-UK
> A national list for Moodle users to ask questions, share ideas and experiences relating to the technical aspects of the installing, the maintaining and the administration of Moodle.

MOODLE-UK
> A national list for UK Moodle users to ask questions, and share ideas and experiences related to the use of Moodle to support teaching & learning. Discussions that promote ideas, activities and suggestions connected with using Moodle to add value to the learner experience are strongly encouraged. There are 450+ subscribers on this popular list, with a large userbase and an increasing interest in Moodle there is bound to be a large amount of traffic. To switch to getting just one or two emails a day summarising these messages I would highly recommend using the DIGEST function. Please login at JISCMAIL.ac.uk then select Subsribers corner > click on Settings next to Moodle-UK > then select Subscription type as Digest If you use the list to share event, training or possible employment opportunities please do so in a subtle, concise and appropriate way. This can often be best achieved with a brief description and a short link. The advertising of commercial services is strictly prohibited. If in doubt please contact the List Owner - please see: (1) http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/policyandsecurity/acceptableuse.html#4 (2) http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/policyandsecurity/etiquette.html Happy Moodling! Jim Judges JISCMail Moodle-UK List Manager

MOODLE-USERS-LONDON
> A list for HE institutions in London using Moodle as their VLE

MOONSHOT-COMMUNITY
> This mailing list is intended to support community discussion of Moonshot.

MOONSHOT-DEV
> A list for discussion of development of the Moonshot software.

MOTHERHOODRESEARCHNETWORK
> The principal aim of the Network (funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council) is to enable cross-cultural and interdisciplinary dialogue on the study of motherhood, exploring what representations and narratives of motherhood in contemporary women-authored European literatures can contribute to different disciplines.

MOUNTAIN-ADAPTATION-NETWORK
> This network is for coordinating the activities of research project and knowledge platform managers working on climate change adaptation in mountain regions It was established in 2020 as part of the Adaptation at Altitude programme

MOUNTAIN-COLLECTIONS
> This list aims to bring together professionals and researchers working with library and other collections relating to mountaineering and climbing.

MOZAMBIQUE-STUDY-GROUP
> The mozambique study group is intended to act as an informal network for all those interested in research and policy issues in Mozambique. It will discuss economic, social and political developments, communicate research results, and hold occasional meetings to discuss work in progress.

MPC
> This list is to support discussions relating to a series of workshops entitled Making Projects Critical, and more generally debate around the theme of Critical Project Studies. This list is to support discussions relating to a series of workshops entitled 'Making Projects Critical', and more generally debate around the theme of Critical Project Studies.

MPE
> This list is no longer in use.

MPEN
> A discussion list to provide peer support for staff who facilitate Public Engagement with Research in Midlands-based Higher Education Institutions

MRDFORUM
> The Midlands Researcher Developer Forum (MRDF) is a networking group open to university staff who support and develop research students and research staff in Midlands universities. The group meets 3-4 times a year. This list is for MRDF members to exchange ideas, share practice and encourage communication between our meetings.

MRICRO
> MRIcro is a free program for viewing and converting medical images. This list is designed to help users exchange tips and solutions.

MRIPHYSICS
> This list is used by the clinical MR physics community to discuss topics related to research, teaching and service support.

MRNETWORK
> The list is to enable us to communicate relevant new information, publications and conferences related to addressing anxiety, resilience and safety in the context of learning and teaching mathematics in all sectors.

MRO-FORUM
> MRO Forum is a list open to everyone with an interest in the role and responsibilities of a Medical Review Officer, or so named professional, working in and around the issue of workplace drug and alcohol testing. Included: result interpretation, ethical dilemmas and problem solving.

MRP-IMAGING
> For discussion of issues in image analysis research funded by RESAS

MRRG
> A forum for discussion of museum income derived from retail and related income generation activities. To share best practice and ideas to develop the methodology and practice of those in museum retail. Subscribers will be from a range of institutions including universities, independent research organisations, museums of all governance types.

MSDP
> This list is used by MSDP members to communicate and share ideas relevant to the region

MSVN
> Merseyside Student Volunteering Network list will be used to aid communications between staff in both the educational and youth sector.

MULTI-FACTOR-AUTHENTICATION
> Discussion list about the use and rollout of multi-factor authentication. Primarily for UK federation and other federated uses cases.

MULTILINGUALISM-SIG
> The Multilingualism SIG is a Special Interest Group within the British Association for Applied Linguistics. It provides a forum to discuss, critically engage with, and research multilingualism (broadly defined) from a diverse range of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches.

MULTIMEDIA-COURSEWARE
> Multimedia-Courseware is aimed at people who are interested in the design and implementation of multimedia courseware, especially within the domain of Computing Science.

MULTIMODALITY
> The list can be used to make announcements to the multimodal research community and to discuss relevant issues.

MUPACT
> This is an events announcement list for a collaborative group of music production and technology academics organising a sustainable system of environmentally (and pandemically) friendly, online research dissemination events.

MUS-PERF-REC
> A list for the discussion of musical performance as documented by recordings. Topics include the history and analysis of performance style; the technical, social and economic history of recording; discography; performers.

MUSEUM-COLLECS
> This list is to discuss the uses of stored collections in UK museums.

MUSEUMINFO-RECORDS
> The Museum Information and Records Management listserv is a forum to address issues and share skills in this area over the long term.

MUSEUMS-INFO
> Gwybodaeth gyfoes am amgueddfeydd yng Nghymru / Current news for museums in Wales

MUSEUMS-LICENSING-GROUP
> Information and discussion list for JISC Collections' museum and gallery members

MUSEUMSGALLERIESHERITAGERESEARCH
> This is a group for museums, galleries and heritage organizations/groups and researchers to discuss ideas, identify possible projects and share findings. Topics might include: - museums or researchers finding possible collaborators - sharing ideas and approaches to research - discussing and sharing funding possibilities - learning from each others experiences of collaborative research - sharing research findings

MUSHROOMMETHODS
> This listserv is dedicated to discussions regarding questions on how do #researchers come to know and work with fungi, what methods do they use, and how do they come to learn with fungi to build a more sustainable #future. Inputs from all disciplines and affiliations are welcome.

MUSIC-AND-SCIENCE
> This list is managed by Dr Evangelos Himonides (UCL), on behalf of the Society for Education and Music Psychology Research (sempre), and aims to serve as a discussion forum for researchers working at the shared boundaries of science and music. This list was previously managed by the Institute of Musical Research.

MUSIC-GRIDS
> A discussion list on the use of GRID technologies in musical applications

MUSIC-MEDICINE-HISTORY
> This list is used for announcements about events organized by the Music, Medicine and History Network and to allow members too circulate matters of interest to the group

MUSIC-SINCE-1900
> This list is associated with the Biennial International Conference on Music since 1900 and is intended for the scholarly discussion of all aspects of music since 1900.

MUSICAL-AESTHETICS
> A philosophical discussion of problems in musical aesthetics and analytical approaches, and a forum for debating current issues in this field.

MUSICASCOTICA
> Musica Scotica: all aspects of Scottish music. Publishing scholarly editions, studies, performances, recordings. Hosting an annual conference, usually held on the last Saturday of April.

MUSICHE
> MusicHE is the UK's subject association for institutions, departments, organisations and individuals who train and educate the next generation of musicians through higher education. We promote the creative, cultural and economic benefits of studying for a music degree – whether in a conservatoire, college or university – and we champion musical research, scholarship and practice at the highest level to ensure a healthy and vibrant future for our discipline.

MUSICOLOGY-ALL
> Superlist for lists at JiscMail concerned with academic musicology (including music history, theory and analysis, etc). Sub-lists: ilm centr-and-east-euro-music euromusicology rma-list nineteenth-century-music musical-aesthetics med-and-ren-music suppressed-music

MUTUALITY-UK
> To examine issues relating to the development and history of friendly societies, co-operation, workers and consumers co-operatives, credit unions, building societies and other mutuals. To exchange information about their origins, their links, their activities and their future.

MVISION-USERS
> MVision AI contouring software UK and Ireland user group

MYANMARSTUDIESUK
> This list is for academics working in the UK whose research is on Myanmar/Burma, to share information on navigating the changing circumstances in the country.

MYRDDIN
> This will be the list used by MYRDDIN: The Wales Network for the History and Social Study of Science, Technology and Medicine to keep members informed about forthcoming activities