We are currently recruiting the following participants for paid consumer research studies:
|Human Factors & Ergonomics Society|
|Usability Professionals Association|
|Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation|
|Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics|
Internet Links for Mail Lists and Newsgroups.
This page focuses attention on Newsgroups and Mail Lists relevant information in our varied disciplines.
Each group has ongoing discussions and an opportunity to ask questions of people in the field.
Other pages on this site discuss each discipline in greater detail.
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As a service to our professional community, we are pleased to bring you a great starting place for locating online forums and groups focused on each of our disciplines.
You will need a newsreader program such as Outlook Express or check one of the following sources:
Additional sources of news can be found in the Email Lists found below.
Scroll down or click on one of the following newsgroup topics:
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Most mail lists or discussion groups require you to put the word subscribe in the either the subject or the body of the email. Some require the word subscribe and first and last name in the body. These are automatic listservers so nobody reads them. Following are two examples of how to subscribe (each listserver requires different methods):
Body: subscribe John Jones
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