Welcome to the latest collaboration of the geoscience education
research and geocognition research community Ė the Geoscience
Education Research Listserv (GEOED-RESEARCH)! This list is exactly
the outcome we hoped would come out of the interest group meeting
held at GSA in Oct. 2007. Several organizations and universities
offered to host this list, a great illustration of the significant
interest the community has in moving our common research interests
forward! We didnít want to choose among all of these options, so we
went with the simplest route. The list is running off of a mailing-
list management product called LISTSERV, licensed through Michigan
State University. We are co-hosting the list, so it is truly multi-
institutional, and the list is designed so that anyone can join and
post. Instructions for easy subscribing and emailing to the list are
appended below. We have also added a few guidelines for list-serve
We hope this listserv allows for open dialogue and new
collaborations. Please encourage those of your colleagues interested
in geoscience education research to join, whether they are active
researchers, avid readers, or interested collaborators. We are
looking forward to the opportunity to share ideas, and learn from
Let the conversations begin!
1) TO SEND A MESSAGE TO GEOED-RESEARCH
Any registered subscriber can send a message to the list by emailing
the message to [log in to unmask]
2) TO SUBSCRIBE TO GEOED-RESEARCH:
Send an email to [log in to unmask] The body of the email should
contain the SUBSCRIBE command, as:
SUBSCRIBE GEOED-RESEARCH firstname lastname
3) TO UNSUBSCRIBE TO GEOED-RESEARCH: Send an email to
[log in to unmask] The body of the email should contain the
SIGNOFF command, and must originate from the subscriberís email:
4) SOME LISTSERV ETIQUETTE SUGGESTIONS
a. Use the list-serve to ask questions, share research findings, post
job ads, or anything related to geoscience education research.
b. Be professional in responding to others on the list-serve.
c. Please do not use the list-serve to share jokes, recipes, or chat
about the weather. We all get too much spam email as it is!
d. Donít use attachments, as some people may not be able to read
them. Paste text into the body of the email, or place the attachment
on a webpage for people to download.