Using a listserv is an excellent way for Forum task force and standing committee members to communicate with one another. If you are a member of a task force, committee, or other Forum group, you can send a message from your e-mail using the group’s listserv address (noted below) and the message will be distributed to all members of the group. However, only registered members of a listserv (i.e., only members of the group) can send messages via the listserv addresses below.
|Group Name||Listserv Address|
|Education Data Privacy Working Group||EDPRIVACY@NCESlistserv.com|
|Data Visualization Working Group||DATAVISUAL@NCESlistserv.com|
|El/Sec Steering Committee||ELSEC-Steer@NCESlistserv.com|
|Local Education Agency Liaisons (LEAs)||LEA@NCESlistserv.com|
| National Education Statistics Agenda Committee
(NESAC) Standing Committee
|Policies, Programs and Implementation
(PPI) Standing Committee
|SCED Working Group||SCED@NCESlistserv.com||State and Local Agency Members||SEA-LEA@NCESlistserv.com|
|State Education Agency Liaisons (SEAs)||SEA@NCESlistserv.com|
|Technology (TECH) Standing Committee||TECH@NCESlistserv.com|
|Virtual Education Working Group||VIRTUALED@NCESlistserv.com|
Messages sent to the group will be delivered as would any ordinary email message. As a member of the listserv, you will receive a copy of any message you send.
Visit http://nceslistserv.com/archives/NAMEOFGROUP.html and sign in with your email address and password. At the bottom of the group home page, you will see links to the group archives listed by month and year. Click on the month you wish to access; you will see the archived messages from that time period.
Visit http://nceslistserv.com/archives/NAMEOFGROUP.html and click on the link "Get Password." Fill in your email address and create a password for yourself. An email will be sent to your inbox with a link to complete the registration. After you confirm your email address, you can sign in at the web site to create a new post and view the archives.
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