Internet Mailing List Guides and Resources
In addition to explaining how mailing lists work, this site
provides tips on using a list and describes the differences
among listserv, Listproc, and Majordomo. Particularly
helpful is a picture featured here that shows how mail is
sent from you to others who subscribe to the same mailing
Maternal & Child Health Bureau
More than 11,000 free newsletters are listed at this site.
You are sure to find something of interest here. Take a
This site allows you to search the more than 1,000 titles
either alphabetically or by subject area. Each publication
gets a blurb and some offer a link to a URL.
Homeschool newsletter on line
Health Related Mailing Lists
From allergies to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and spinal cord
injury, virtually every known ailment is included at this
website. You'll also find a list of support groups at which
you can share and exchange information.
Parenting Discussion Group
A vast online library of information related to technology and students with disabilities. Explore this extensive library, read, print out, and disseminate the many resources.
STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES & THE LAW
E-Mail Discussion Groups
To find an interesting discussion group, consult this web
page. Here you can search the list of lists for your
favorite topic. If you have questions about joining an e-
list, check the accompanying help files for subscribing and
unsubscribing, posting and searching.
Mailing Lists on the Web (with subscribe instructions)
Disability Mailing Lists
This site is home to many informative and supportive
resources for individuals with disabilities. Some of the
lists you'll find featured here include Deaf Magazine,
Disabled Student Services in Higher Education, and
Information and Technology for the Disabled.