The New Hampshire Society for Technology in Education (NHSTE) is a non-profit organization formed by volunteers to improve education through the use of information technologies.

NHSTE provides a structure for linking educators across the state to share the effective application of emerging technologies in New Hampshire schools.

Listserves

NHSTE sponsors several Listserves to promote communication among its members. 
NHSTE is happy to sponsor the listserves below for the edtech community serving NH. We hope that you feel more connected with like-minded people and find each other as a resource.

** Don’t forget you have the ability to change your account settings at any time using the password that is emailed to you on the first of each month (check your email). This is especially true if your email address should change.


Listserves Available and Descriptions
A. General Membership Listserv
This is for the general membership of NHSTE. In order to join, you need to be a Basic (free) or Premium Member. Feel free to join NHSTE for free as a Basic member or pay dues for a Premium membership. Information about the mailing list is at:   http://mylist.net/listinfo/membership.  Here you can subscribe, unsubscribe or change your options (eg, switch to or from digest mode, change your password, etc.). 

Archives can be found at http://mylist.net/private/membership/, but you will need to login with your password.


B. Tech Coordinators Listserv
This listserv is open to interested individuals. Information about the mailing list is at: http://mylist.net/listinfo/techcoord   Here you can subscribe, unsubscribe or change your options (eg, switch to or from digest mode, change your password, etc.).

Archives can be found at http://mylist.net/private/techcoord/, but you will need to login with your password.


C. Tech Teacher / Tech Integrator Listserv
Information about the mailing list is at: http://mylist.net/listinfo/techteacher   This listserv is for NHSTE members only. Not a NHSTE member? You may join for free as a Basic member or pay dues for a Premium membership. You can subscribe, unsubscribe or change your options (eg, switch to or from digest mode, change your password, etc.). Subscribers to this list can be anyone interested in edtech topics.

Archives can be found at http://mylist.net/private/techteacher/, but you will need to login with your password.


D. SPED Listserv
This NH SPED listserv is available for NH educators to share, promote, and exchange ideas about the use of special education and adaptive technologies. The listserv is sponsored by NHSTE and is offered at no charge. Information about the mailing list is at:  http://mylist.net/listinfo/sped Here you can subscribe, unsubscribe or change your options (eg, switch to or from digest mode, change your password, etc.).

Archives can be found at http://mylist.net/private/sped/, but you will need your password for login.


E. NHConnectEd Listserv
The NHConnectEd is a listserv available for a collaborative group of state-wide organizations focusing on education and communicating with one another.  To view this listserv please visit http://mylist.net/listinfo/nhconnected   If your organization is not involved and want to have representation to be connected, please get in touch with Sheila Adams.
To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the Nhconnected Archives. (The current archive is only available to the list members.)


What is a Listserv? A listserv is a mailing list program for communicating with other people who have subscribed to the same list. Using e-mail, you can participate in listserves pertaining to your topics of interest. When you submit a message to the server, your message is relayed to all those on the listserv. You receive messages from other participants via e-mail. It is similar to computer conferencing, but a listserv is asynchronous.


List Archives

The archive allows you to go back and view the messages again. It is a helpful tool when looking for a thread of the discussion.

To access the list archive, go to: 

                             or /board/
                             or /membership/        
                             or /sped/
     or /techcoord/
            depending on the list(s) you belong.

It will ask you to login with your password. You get the password emailed to you on the first of every month. Check your emails for this date. If it's deleted, go to http://mylist.net/options/name of list and ask for a password reminder. 

Manage Your Account

As a member of these listservs, you will receive a monthly reminder with your password to your account(s) at the time of registration. Retain this email so you can update/change your settings as needed. You can change your settings to get one email update per day or other timeframe, or get them as they are sent. Take a look around at the settings to see if you want to make any changes that make it more efficient for your needs.

Passwords

Password reminders are emailed out on the first of each month from sitelist-owner@mylist.net with the subject header of mylist.net mailing list memberships reminder. You can use your password to manage your account. (See above.) If you delete the email, go to http://mylist.net/options/name of list and ask for a password reminder using your email address.



Our Protocol
To ensure listserv members have a positive experience, here are some basic guidelines to help experienced and new members. This document will be sent out periodically to the list as a friendly reminder of proper etiquette.
  • State a clear, concise topic in the subject line to assist members when replying and searching the archives.
  • Please use extreme caution when describing a student related situation. FERPA is the federal law that prohibits the improper disclosure of personally identifiable information.
  • Avoid using auto-responders or auto-replies (ie out of the office messages/vacation) to messages received from the list.
  • Commercial solicitation is prohibited.
  • Be respectful and considerate.
    Questions? Email Sheila Adams.
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