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To share best practice in running and administrating Africa AgriFood Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

This is the main mailing list of ABCP (Association of British Chinese Professors) for the organisation to communicate with its members and for its members to discuss relevant topics via email. More about ABCP can be found on its website: https://abcp.org.uk/.

This is a list dedicated to the discussion of matters related to and of interest of Brazilian Postgraduate Students and Researchers based in the UK. It is a list associated with the Association of Brazilian Postgraduate Students and Researchers in the UK (Associação de Brasileiros Estudantes de Pós-Graduação e Pesquisadores no Reino Unido, ABEP-UK).

This would facilitate communication, spread ideas and share examples of good practice among academic skills/study skills lecturers and tutors.

The Climate Resilience Network supports universities to develop resilience to climate change both within their institution and their communities, to share knowledge and best practice, and a platform for universities to connect with policymakers and develop effective approaches to resilience and disaster preparedness.

To provide a forum for academics and activists to discuss African social movements. To circulate information about upcoming events and mobilise support. To provide linkages between activists and academics in Africa and the UK.

The Africa-UK Journalism Education Exchange Network is an initiative to improve the quality of journalism education in Africa and the UK, and to boost international university links. As part of the effort to increase the capacity of media trainers and journalism education institutions, UNESCO, through its International Programme for the Development of Communication (IPDC), is funding the launch of this network. This initiative is the result of cooperation between the UK National Commission for UNESCO, the University of Bedfordshire in Luton, the Association for Journalism Educators (AJE) and the Polytechnic of Namibia. After a successful conference in Luton in April 2012, this list was created to further deepen the links and collaboration initiated by the conference, and to form the locus of a range of further opportunities. Membership is open to journalism educators in Africa and the UK, and interested other parties.

marketing, recuitment and international education issues

This list is for the dissemination and communication of updates about the Anticipation Conference series, and related Anticipation Studies events.

To enable action researchers in the UK to learn from African researchers about Ubuntu as a way of being as they explore multi-media narratives for representing their action research studies.

This list is used by Academic Registrars Council (ARC) members and their nominees interested in attending a practitioners group about Home Office: UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI) regulations relevant to Higher Education Institutions.

This list is used by the international research community to share methodological developments in qualitative evidence synthesis. This will include details of conference and training events, new methodological literature and methods enquiries.

This list is used by BACS to make announcements to circulate information from its members and associates with reference to Chinese Studies. Please note that subscription to this list does not mean that you become a member of BACS. To become a member, visit our website at www.bacsuk.org.uk.

The Bangladesh Research Network (BRN) aims to bring together students, researchers, and practitioners from a variety of disciplines united by a common interest in Bangladesh. The network wishes to draw together people working on Bangladesh that may otherwise not know each other; in this way, the network aims facilitate debate and discussion, exchange information on relevant conferences and news on Bangladesh, organise events and establish a forum for continued interaction and communication among scholars on Bangladesh. The network is open to students (both undergraduate and postgraduate), academic staff and researchers. It is a UK based network but anyone is welcome to join; we particularly welcome members from Bangladesh itself.

This forum, promoted and moderated by the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, seeks to facilitate discussion of developments and themes in private international law including at a domestic, European and international level among those teaching, practising and studying the subject in the United Kingdom.

This list acts as a discussion forum for professionals in international higher education. Discussion will include debate on topics such as policy, strategy, marketing, quality assurance and liaison with colleagues in UCAS, The British Council, UKCISA etc.

Discussion list for the network of UK researchers associated with the pan-European CLARIN project, building an infrastructure for the support of advanced research in the humanities using electronic language resources.

This list is for teaching and curriculum development practitioners in Higher Education who have an interest in embedding and assessing compassion into the degree programmes they design and/or teach on.

The CPD Forum is a specialist group for those in higher education institutions involved in the development, delivery and marketing of continuing professional development, executive education and short courses. It provides a platform and opportunity to sharing best practices.

Mailing List for the AHRC funded research network UNDERSTANDING AND SUPPORTING CREATIVE ECONOMIES IN AFRICA: EDUCATION, NETWORKS AND POLICY. The mailing list will share news, events and research updates on the creative economy of Africa and its international connections.

This list is used by CAFAS to provide a forum for views on defending and developing academic freedom for the education and research community.

This list is used by UK HE staff involved in; recruitment, exchanges and administering research projects in East Africa. Access to this mailing list is restricted to professional colleagues with ac.uk email addresses who are involved in international recruitment activities. Requests to join the list from educational agents will be declined. Requests from consultants or similar will be considered on a case-by-case basis by the group admins and approval will be on the proviso that they do not promote their corporate services and/or any educational agents that they represent. Failure to adhere to this may lead to removal from the list.

This list is for the discussion of issues relating to the European Cultural Policy and Practice and the related subject pedagogy of universities and independent organisations. Cross disciplinary approaches including Museums, Heritage, Galleries, Performing/Visual Arts, Festivals, etc are encouraged.

This list provides space for discussion around issues relating to first year experience. It will include news and discussion items as identified by members.

Lista de correo da Asociación Internacional de Estudos Galegos para o intercambio de información relacionada cos Estudos Galegos, perspectivas profesionais, e para favorecer o networking entre os seus membros.

This list is used by members of the Fan Studies Network, to disseminate information such as calls for papers, publicizing events, and discussion about pertinent topics.

A group concerned that academic inquiry should help humanity acquire more wisdom by rational means. Wisdom is taken to be the capacity to realize what is of value in life, for oneself and others. It includes knowledge, understanding and technological know-how, and much else besides.

A group concerned to discuss issues arising in connection with the view that academic inquiry should help humanity acquire more wisdom by rational means. Wisdom is taken to be the capacity to realize what is of value in life, for oneself and others. It includes knowledge, understanding and technological know-how, and much else besides.

Group of scholars from ESRC-funded Global Citizenship symposium held in Hong Kong 8 - 10 December 2013

Dissemination of knowledge on international mineral law and policy.

This group is used by UK university recruitment staff to make announcements for the purposes of recruitment and collaborative activities in the MENA region

Allowing employers and recruiters to keep up to date with HEAR (Higher Education Achievement Report) developments, and to be the first to recieve notice of plans for national implementation.

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.

The aim of iTrust is to provide a forum for cross-disciplinary investigation of the application of trust as a means of establishing security and confidence in the global computing infrastructure, recognizing trust as a crucial enabler for meaningful and mutually beneficial interactions.

An open jiscmail list for the International Alliance of Research Library Associations. This list will be used to update the international research library community, and its stakeholders, of the ongoing work of IARLA and its forthcoming initiatives.

This is a list for University staff across the UK and beyond who are interested in enhancing internationalisation at Home for international and UK students.

This list is for an interdisciplinary research network on International Law and Policy in Africa. The network is made up of a group of scholars and practitioners in this area. The list provides opportunities to share information, knowledge and research, debate issues, make announcements, arrange workshops, and enhance research collaboration.

The International Research Development Network is intended to provide a forum for professional services staff at UK Universities to learn more about funding opportunities for international research collaboration and partnership development, outside of the EU research and innovation framework programmes and structural funds. This list has been retained 02/10/20 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

International Political Science Association (IPSA) conducts research activities in political science, its Research Committees (RC) provide members in sub-fields of the discipline an opportunity to associate with colleagues and are the backbone of the Association. This list will allow effective coordination of RCs voice viz. their own members and the association in pursuit of their interests.

List managed by Jisc for those subscribing to Jisc's Transnational education licensing service - Licensing for users based at campuses and partner sites abroad.

Teachers, researchers, & others in the field of language for academic purposes (including but not limited to English for academic purposes (EAP)).

This is a sub-list of TRANSLATIO A forum administered by the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and the Institute of Modern Languages Research at the School of Advanced Study, University of London, to share information about Legal Translation in general, and about our new Legal Translation initiative.

ILIG - the International Library and Information Group - is a Special Interest Group of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals. CILIP is the leading professional body for librarians, information specialists and knowledge managers in the United Kingdom. ILIG's special interest is library and information science world-wide. About a third of ILIG's membership is based outside the U.K. This discussion list aims to facilitate communication between international librarians, to share information about global activities and conferences of interest to the international community of information professionals.

The primary aim of the list is to exchange information, experience in supporting international students in academic libraries.

The LUCEM mailing list is used for the discussion, distribution and the exchange of information relating to the study of English music. URL: http://www.leeds.ac.uk/lucem

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

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.

aim of list is to provide a closed forum for researchers in midwifery, perinatal and women's health in UK and overseas who are able to provide research advice and expertise to the ICM.

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.

Networc is an interdisciplinary research network engaging in the promotion and study of transnationalism and world history in universities across the North East of England.

A group to exchange ideas and provide support for women who research and work across nuclear policy, nuclear geopolitics, nuclear geographies, nuclear culture and similar disciplines relating to nuclear warfare.

All members of this list are active in OER practice and/or research. They form the planning committee for the OER13 conference (March 2013), co-chaired by Jackie Carter and Chris Pegler

The list is meant for announcements about events, publications or courses with regard to Old Frisian studies.

A list for the discussion of developments in opera scholarship and research. Conference announcements may be included.

Discussion group of the UK's Association of Postdoctoral Researchers: for help, policy campaigning and the exchange of information about career opportunities, international research communities and research mobility.

The list is for Corporate and Public Affairs academics and practitioners interested in International Research. ie Campaigns, Lobbying and Regulation

The figure of the Prostitute is a highly enduring and controversial figure. This group engages in academic discussion around this topic. We hope to explore and engage with all aspects of the subject area and we invite all in all fields of study to engage and participate.

A list for university tutors/coordinators of student residence abroad, undertaken as part of degree programmes.

This group is connected to the Royal Studies Network, a new community of scholars working on research with royal themes or those with an interest in monarchal topics. It is designed to support the sharing of ideas, research, conferences, publications etc which would appeal to the group members. Ideally this group will also provide a forum which will enable members to find other individuals to develop collaborative research projects with, both in the UK and globally.

This list is designed to facilitate discussion and sharing of best practice for partnerships practitioners in Scottish Higher Education. This includes (but is not limited to) processes, governance, security and risk management and mitigation

This list is used by the Secrecy, Power, and Ignorance Network (SPIN) to share network and member related news, events, and research.

A forum for the exchange of ideas, resources and activities relating to the support and development of social enterprise. A multi-disciplinary network to support the fostering of enterprise through education, community projects and partnerships.

This list is used by members of SIBMAS to exchange news and views on the care and documentation of performing arts collections

The listserv will provide a platform to connect scholars, museum curators and other stakeholders with a specialism/interested in Scotland's relationship with Europe in the C19th and now.

To enable discussion of Omicron Scanning Probe Microscopy instruments and software.

This mailing list brings together practitioners, researchers and organisations involved in archiving and studying recent and past spontaneous memorials that appear after terrorist attacks, disasters and other tragic events. <HTML> This mailing list brings together practitioners, researchers and organisations involved in archiving and studying recent and past spontaneous memorials that appear after terrorist attacks, disasters and other tragic events. </HTML>

The Steeple projects are JISC funded UK Higher Education community projects. It seeks to investigate, develop, and document sustainable institutional infrastructure to support #university wide educational audio/video processing and podcasting.

This list is used to foster debate, academic collaboration and exchange on topics related to the history of students in twentieth century Europe broadly defined.

This list is for student officers and staff in students unions, FE and HE institutions interested in internationalising students' unions. Common topics include information on upcoming events on internationalisation and international students, international students in crisis, information on campaigns for international students, and new information on building global student communities.

This list is for university staff across the world to discuss sustainability issues and solutions. The aim is to provide a global network for sharing best practice in the field of sustainability and its application to university operations. Inspired by the Making Universities Sustainable Conference in Copenhagen 2014. This is the first global email-list for HE Sustainability Professionals and is intended to be a hotbed of discussion for everything sustainability related in the sector, a place to share bright ideas and best practice and ensure that we are working together on a global scale to tackle the issues surrounding sustainability. It is completely free of charge and open to anyone working in sustainability in the higher education sector. There are a couple of ground rules: - Please keep the discussion friendly - Please keep to the subject of sustainability - Please keep the emails in English. Helpful tips: If you would like to start a private discussion please reply to the sender’s email address and not hit the ‘reply’ button. To enable his to happen please remember to provide your email address in your contact details when you sign off an email to the group.

This list is run by the International Council on Archives Section on University and Research Institution Archives (https://www.ica.org/en/about-university-archives-suv) for its members and to encourage broader professional discussion among those interested in its topics.

The programme board appointed to oversee the SWERN (South West England Regional Network) disengagement project.

Announcement list primarily although not exclusively for researchers and professionals working in health and social care settings for the dissemination of knowledge and information about traumatic brain injury and its wider effects on carers, relatives and families.

This list is to be used by staff in higher education institutions across the UK, to share good practice and experiences in the area of teaching, learning and quality enhancement in transnational education. It is envisaged that the list will play a critical part in developing a Community of Practice, where resources and experiences will be shared and members will be able to ask questions and seek /provide feedback to the €œ'community'.

The NISO Code of Practice for journal transfers is a Recommended Practice covering journal transfers. An important part of the Code is timely communication to libraries of journal transfers by publishers. The Transfer Alerting Service - https://journaltransfer.issn.org - is where publishers post notices of transfers and it is also a database of all the transfer notices posted by publishers - it can be searched and there is an RSS feed. Notifications of transfers are automatically posted to this list by the Transfer Alerting Service.

This list is to support the discussion and collaboration between the UK and China data visualisation research community.

The UK-EELT list is a subscription based mailing list to alert members of the UK community on developments of the Extremely Large Telescope program. It will cover relevant news and announcements from the UK and the European Southern Observatory (ESO) and other partner countries.

The aims of the UK European Migration Network (EMN) National Network are to: (i) develop ties between researchers and Home Office Science: Migration and Border Analysis; (ii) to integrate the members of the UK National Network further into EMN activities (e.g. information provision, analysis, informing policy development, and to discuss EMN activities and study findings); and, (iii) to secure an exchange of information between external UK Network members and Home Office Science, so that research agendas are mutually informed by current and future EMN reports and studies, and so creating opportunities for collaboration. UK EMN National Network members are predominantly external migration researchers from academia, think tanks, NGOs and OGDs.

Forum to discuss issues surrounding administration and federal regulatory compliance for US Loans

This list is to discuss issues pertaining to risk management in international mobility

This list is devoted to Internet-based internationalisation of curriculum at Higher Education institutions, which is often known as "virtual mobility". The list is aimed at educators, researchers, academic developers, learning technologists, policy-makers and anyone interested in using online technologies in order to facilitate students' access to international experience opportunities and intercultural development.

This list is used by student wellbeing advisory personnel to share information,to discuss service development and delivery.The list enables the development of links between student support personnel working within Higher Education systems in the United Kingdom.

This list will be used by the Alliance to facilitate communication between members of the network and encourage discussion on themes related to work integrated learning.