Email Discussion Lists on
Special Education and Disabilities
Here are snippets of information about email discussion lists addressing various aspects of disabilities and special education. Lists come and lists go, so there may be some outdated information here. Generally, you should be able to check the information by writing to the person managing the list; you can do so by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org where you substitute the name of the list for listnameand the mailing address (the stuff that follows the "at sign") for address.plc.
For example, to reach the owner of the list, BEHAVIOR, you would write a message to the address owner-BEHAVIOR@asum.inre.asu.edu.
When you send a request for a subscription, a computer program (the list-serving software) reads your request and acts on it. The software often uses the address from which the request is sent--some permit you to specify a different address--so you probably want to send such a request from your own email account. Some list-serving software permits you to include a real name in the subscription information, but some do not.
It's important not to send a request for a subscription to the list itself. Be sure that you correspond with the computer software that maintains the list of subscribers. Because you're writing to a computer program, send the commands correctly. There's not much room for creativity here. Notice that some subscription commands request that you insert your first and last name after the command, but others do not.
Here's how this resource works: It's organized alphabetically by subject area of the discussion list. The flush-left line of each entry gives the subject of the list; the first indented line gives the address for subscription (send a note to this address) and the second indented line gives the command (put this command in the body of the note).
- ADD for parents
- subscribe add-parents
- subscribe autism
- Autism--behavioral intervention
- subscribe me-list
- Behavioral and emotional problems (SED)
- subscribe behavior Firstname Lastname
- Cerebral palsy or dystonia
- subscribe cp_dystonia-l
or, for the digest version
- subscribe cp_dystonia-l-digest
- Deaf culture and deafness
- subscribe deaf-l Firstname Lastname
- Deaf (magazine)
- Deaf kids' list
- subscribe deafkids Firstname Lastname
- Deafness and sports
- subscribe deafsports Firstname Lastname
- Deaf educational issues
- subscribe deafedu Firstname Lastname
- subscribe deafblnd
- Developmental delay
- subscribe our_kids
- Developmental disabilities, psychological aspects
- subscribe psych-dd Firstname Lastname
- Down Syndrome
- subscribe down-syn Firstname Lastname
- Fragile X:
- subscribe fragilex
- Health care needs, special
- subscribe cshcn Firstname Lastname
- subscribe hyceph-l Firstname Lastname
- Inclusion (United Kingdom)
- subscribe inclusive education
- Learning disabilities
- subscribe ld-list
- Mental retardation and deafness
- subscribe mrdeaf
- New York Special Education Advocay Network
- (There should be an underscore between the abbreviation and the work "Network")
- Parent suport group called "OUR-KIDS"
- sub our-kids Firstname Lastname
- School psychology (international)
- subscribe ispanet
- Sign language (American or ASL)
- subscribe asling-l Firstname Lastname
- Sign language, especially gestures and alternative forms
- subscribe gesture-l Firstname Lastname
- Sign language, interpreters
- subscribe terps-l Firstname Lastname
- Sign language linguistics
- subscribe slling-l
- Special education (general)
- spedtalk is no longer active
- Tuberous sclerosis
- subscribe tsctalk
Tile maintains a searchable list of internet discussion groups at tile.net. If you don't see something here, you might want to search for it there.
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