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3D-PRO
An Icors List
An Icors List
A-PARENT-RUSS
APR - An EEAC Adoption List
(c) copyright 2002 Eastern European Adoption Coalition (EEAC), Inc.:
jointly held by Cynthia Teeters, Ed Hamlin, and Clark Pickett.
Copyright also automatically applies to any changes annotated below
under "Modification History" on the effective date of such changes.

All rights reserved. This list may not be duplicated in any form
without express written permission of the Board of the EEAC.
AAC-LIST
Augmentative and Alternative Communications
Augmentative and Alternative Communications
AAC-NEWSLINE
AAC Members Announce-Only List
American Adoption Congress, Inc. (AAC) 1996
ABSTOUT
A Plant Sciences List
An Official E-mail Robin of the American Hemerocallis Society.
Open to A.H.S. members and others interested in discussing the
scientific aspects of Hemerocallis and related plant groups in
the Monocotyledonae.
ADDULT
Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder
Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder
ADD_MED
Addiction Medicine
List information

ADD_MED (Addiction Medicine) is a closed scientific discussion
list for health professionals and students. This list encourages
discussion on research, diagnosis,and treatment of: dependence on
psychoactive substances (including alcohol); dual diagnosis,
and other behaviours that can be viewed with an addictive model.

This list is not for primary support of personal recovery from
addiction. New subscribers are asked to send a brief
C.V. to the list manager (John French) at johnff@gmail.com
describing their involvement in the field of mental health.
ADOPTION
Discussions about adoption
List information

The Adoption Mailing List is for discussing anything related to adoption.
Here is where adoptive parents, birth parents, adoptees, social workers,
and other interested parties talk about how adoption has affected them, ask
questions about how to adopt, relate stories about their daily life as an
adoption triad member, and generally learn from one another.
AEEA-L
An EEAC Adoption List
An EEAC Adoption List
ARM-AMP
Amputee Information Network
Amputee Information Network
ASPERGER
The List Formerly Known As Asperger....
ASPERGER is a private discussion list for families of, and
persons with, Asperger Syndrome, PDD, and other forms of high
functioning autism.

Among topics of discussion are individuals' experiences,
psychosocial issues, new research, educational approaches,
parenting issues, and every-day coping strategies.

The Asperger List Support Site is at http://asperger.icors.org.
There you will find our Posting Guidelines, FAQ, AutoHelp, more!

ASTCNET
Trial Consulting Practice Forums & Databases @ ASTCNet
To Contact ASTCNet Administrator: ASTCNET-request@listserv.icors.org
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
*****The ASTCNET Network*****
Collaboration to Advance Trial Consulting Practice
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
ATCA
Antique Telephone Collectors Association
Antique Telephone Collectors Association
AUT-2B-HOME
Homeschooling Children with Autism
Homeschooling Children with Autism
AXSLIB-L
Liberation Throough IT Accessibility (an EASI member list)
***** L-Soft Only ******
AZERBAIJAN-L
An EEAC Adoption List
An EEAC Adoption List
BELARUS-L
An EEAC Adoption List
An EEAC Adoption List
BLIND-DEV
Development of Adaptive Hardware & Software for the Blind/VI
An ICORS List

BLIND-DEV is an unmoderated discussion list dedicated to detailed
discussion of issues concerning the development of computer products
and adaptive equipment for blind and visually impaired computer users.
This includes both hardware and software development on any system.

Software developers and users with and without disabilities are encouraged
to join this unmoderated list, whatever their area of interest, expertise,
operating system, or hardware platform. List "lurkers" are also welcome.

For more information, please consult the BLIND-DEV HyperArchive, which is located at:

http://listserv.icors.org/archives/blind-dev.html

Note: Although the list's HyperArchive is publicly accessible, one first
needs to be subscribed to BLIND-DEV in order to post to the list.
BLIND-HAMS
For blind ham radio operators
***** L-Soft Only ******
**** Migrated from maelstrom to ICORS 2006.01.11 BP
************************

I envision this list as serving most every purpose relating to the hobby
that could possibly be of interest to any of it's members--from getting
started to comparing notes on "blind-friendly" equipment (or how to make
equipment which might not appear to fall into that category do so),
from setting up schedules to sharing hobby-related experiences, and
discussing the social ramifications amateur radio has had on our lives
(the opportunity to meet new people, etc.), and most everything in
between. If it's even remotely related to amateur radio in general and
the blind community's participation in it in particular, it will be fair
game for discussion, within the normal bounds of courtesy, good taste,
and the like.
BLIND-X
Blind exchange and discussion
List information
Blind discussions and blind support
BLINDJOB
Employment Issues Concerning Blind People
This list is intended as a discussion on any and all aspects of
employment as it relates to blind people. Blind job-seekers are
encouraged to post a "cover letter" to the list, for potential
employers to read. Potential employers are encourage to post job
openings which might be of interest to our subscribers.
Other issues which are appropriate for discussion include
accessibility of jobs, creative ways of making jobs accessible,
problems which people face in getting jobs due to their
blindness, problems employers face in hiring blind people, etc.
to subscribe to the list, send an e-mail message to
blindjob-subscribe-request@listserv.icors.org
BMBFR
Discussions of Black Male and Black Female Relationships
List Information:

The Black Male and Black Female Relationships (BMBFR) list is a discussion
group devoted to all aspects of Black male and Black female relationships
and its impact on Black family life. Both its problem-centered
emphasis and a lack of consensus concerning the causes of the problems
characterize the increasing attention dedicated to describing
and explaining Black male-female relationships.

The Black Male and female Relationships (BMBFR) discussion group is
devoted to all aspects of Male and female relationships and its influence
on Black family life. Both its problem-centered emphasis and a lack of
consensus concerning the causes of the problems characterize the increasing
attention dedicated to describing and explaining Black male-female
relationships.

This discussion list will openly, honestly and critically examine the
various and complex set of systems, institutions, beliefs and behaviors
that restrict and/or facilitate healthy and productive Male and female
relationships.

While the purpose of the BMBFR discussion list is to clarify the
complexity of relationships for Black males and females from the onset of
dating to the golden years: pride of place is give to strategies
for resolving conflict in Black male and female relationships. The
permanent benefits of developing such strategies being a base of healthy
Black males and female s relationships thereby enhancing the overall
quality of Black family life.

This discussion group is open to all who wish to critically examine the
questions, complains and concerns voiced by both males and female s about
each other, in combination to discussing strategies for building healthier
Black males-females relationships.

This discussion forum is designed to facilitate a shared learning
experience, rather than females only speaking to each other about males,
and males only speaking to each other about females and their interactions.

Please note that this discussion forum does not operate on the ideas that
Black males and females are enemies or have problems that are
insurmountable. There are many positive and wonderful connections and/or
associations to be explored and/or enhanced.

Bring your baggage and let us unpack it and repack for a healthier and
wonderful journey through our world.

To give all involved a common base the following publication is
recommended.

Strategies for Resolving Conflict in Black Male and Female Relationships
By La Francis Rodger-Rose and James T. Rodgers
Traces Institute Publications
Newark, New Jersey
ISBN 0-934185-00-X
BULLAMANKA-PINHEADS
The listserv where the buildings do the talking
The listserv where the buildings do the talking
C-PALSY
Cerebral Palsy List
Cerebral Palsy List
C-PSYCH
Cross-Cultural Psychology Discussion List
List information

The scholarly conference C-PSYCH (Cross-Cultural Psychology)
(short: CP) is a forum for the exchange of ideas, opinions,
and information among all individuals -- researchers,
practitioners, students, and the lay public -- interested in
cross-cultural psychology.

This list is particularly designed to discuss generic issues
in cross-cultural psychology and its intertwining disciplines,
such as developmental, cognitive, personality, and social
psychology.

The discussion of topics of clinical relevance is n o t
encouraged, but tolerated, because this is explicitly _not_
a major topic of CP.

A main focus of CP lies in the discussion of both quantitative
and qualitative methodology, research as such, and generic
issues in the study of cultures.

CP was an "edited list" which meant that each posting had to be
approved by the listowner(s) before it reached the members.

Screening criteria (among others): netiquette,
commercialism, appropriateness, excessive quoting.

* The scholarly conference C-PSYCH (Cross-Cultural Psychology)
* (short: CP) is a forum for the exchange of ideas, opinions,
* and information among all individuals -- researchers,
* practitioners, students, and the lay public -- interested in
* cross-cultural psychology.
*
* This list is particularly designed to discuss generic issues
* in cross-cultural psychology and its intertwining disciplines,
* such as developmental, cognitive, personality, and social
* psychology.
*
* The discussion of topics of clinical relevance is n o t
* encouraged, but tolerated, because this is explicitly _not_
* a major topic of CP.
*
* A main focus of CP lies in the discussion of both quantitative
* and qualitative methodology, research as such, and generic
* issues in the study of cultures.
*
* CP was an "edited list" which meant that each posting had to be
* approved by the listowner(s) before it reached the members.
*
* Screening criteria (among others): netiquette,
* commercialism, appropriateness, excessive quoting.
CANADIAN_FM-ME_SIG

 
CAPD
discussion of Central Auditory Processing Disorders.
List information This is an open forum for people interested in
topics related to Auditory Processing Disorders. It is
expected that topics to be covered may range from theory, APD tests,
interpretations, management and remediation. Any and all persons
interested in the area of APD are invited to join this list.
CEEA-L
An EEAC Adoption List
An EEAC Adoption List
CEL-KIDS
Celiac/Coeliac Wheat/Gluten-Free Children List
Celiac/Coeliac Wheat/Gluten-Free Children List
CELIAC
Celiac/Coeliac Wheat/Gluten-Free List
Questions about this LISTSERV or any of the designated diseases can be
directed to the Listowners at: Celiac-Request@listserv.icors.org
CELIAC-DIABETES
Celiac-Diabetes Support List
Questions about this LISTSERV or any of the designated diseases can be
directed to the Listowners at:
Celiac-Diabetes-Request@listserv.icors.org
CFIDS-L
Action for CFIDS / M.E.
Action for CFIDS / M.E.
CFS-20S

 
CFS-DOC
Doctors' private discussion about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Doctors' private discussion about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
CFS-FILE
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome files CFIDS/ME
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome files CFIDS/ME
CFS-IRC
#CFS Channel News
#CFS Channel News
CFS-L
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome discussion CFIDS/ME
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome discussion CFIDS/ME
CHOMSKY
The philosophy, work & influences of Noam Chomsky
List Information:

CHOMSKY is an interactive discussion list that welcomes young people,
students, admirers, organizers, scholars and those interested in the
life, philosophy and collective works of Noam Chomsky's.

The purpose of this list is to identify, examine and separate the myths
about Noam Chomsky from his actual philosophical beliefs and ideas and to
develop a clearer understanding of his body of works. In addition, this
list will serve as a resource to its members seeking to continuously
identify the thousands of resources, materials, organizations and Internet
sites revolving around the contributions, ideas and philosophy of Chomsky.

The list is to serve both as a forum for free and scholarly discussions
and as a clearinghouse for the distribution of information on academic and
political conferences, publication opportunities, fellowship information,
academic grants, and job openings of interest to both Chomsky scholars
and political intellectuals. Subscribers are encouraged to pose
questions, comments, and/or announcements of interest to individuals
working on topics related to Chomsky's writings and lectures.

Appropriate postings might pertain to work currently in progress, the
development of course materials, bibliographical material of interest to
both Chomsky intellectuals and scholars, useful Internet resources.

For more information, send an e-mail message to:

CHOMSKY-Request@listserv.icors.org
CONTINUUM
The Continuum Concept Support Forum
Direct questions about this list to the primary listowner,
COPAA
COPAA Discussion
COPAA Discussion
COPAALAW
Private List for COPAA Attorneys
Private List for COPAA Attorneys
DAYLILY
A List for Hemerocallis Growers and AHS Members
DAYLILY is an unmoderated discussion group for the discussion of
plants of the genus Hemerocallis; Daylilies. Discussion includes, but
is not limited to, culture, hybridizing, gardening techniques,
individual varieties, diseases, and technology issues related to the
communication of information about daylilies. Scientific and
non-scientific conversation is encouraged. Announcements of, and
reports on, activities of daylily organizations are welcomed.
The language of this list is English.
DISSOCIATIVE-DISORDERS
Dissociative Disorders Discussion
Dissociative Disorders Discussion
DISTANCELEARNING

 
DUAL-DIAGNOSIS-CREDENTIALED
An ICORS List
DUALDIAG is a mailing list for co-occurring mental illness and
substance disorders. Discussion regarding the theory, practice,
treatment, research and improved services for persons who have
dual disorders is invited. This is an unmoderated, credentialed
list. Resume or vitae must be submitted for review. Please send
your resume/vitae via e-mail to: ksciacca@ix.netcom.com
or subscribe at Dual Diagnosis website
URL: http://pobox.com/~dualdiagnosis
or fax to: 212-666-1942. Do not file attach resume/vitae.
EASI
Equal Access to Software & Information: (distribution list)
Equal Access to Software & Information: (distribution list)
ECHURCH-USA
The Electronic Church
The Electronic Church
ECZEMA
Discussion List and Support Group
List information

The &LISTNAME Mailing List provides a forum for people with an interest
in the various forms of eczema (dermatitis). The subscribers are primarily
people with eczema or the parents of children with eczema, who exchange
information and experiences in a supportive and positive environment.
The list is also open to people with a professional interest in eczema,
such as health care providers and pharmaceutical researchers.
EHEALTH
Professional discussion forum for all aspects of E-health
Professional discussion forum for all aspects of E-health
EMETOPHOBIA
An ICORS List
The Emetophobia list is an online support forum for people with a fear of
vomiting.

The emetophobia mailing list exists to help people who suffer from a fear
of vomiting by providing a safe place where emetophobics can share
common experiences and feelings.
   

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