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HUSITA Electronic Discussion List (listserv)
The HUSITA mailing list uses listserv tools to link HUSITA members. The HUSITA mailing list started in 1985 as CUSSNet (Computer Use in Social Services Network). It is a mechanism for people to exchange information and experiences on using IT in the human services. It is operated by the HUSITA organization, an international association of IT innovators in human services dedicated to promoting the ethical and effective use of IT to better serve humanity. The HUSITA mailing list is not moderated. The owners (Dick Schoech and Tom Hanna) reserve the right to remove those who offend, abuse, aggravate, or blatantly try to profit from the list. Adequate warnings will be given.
To subscribe to the HUSITA mailing list, send the message below to email@example.com
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To send a message to the list once you subscribe
To send a message to the list, send it to HUSITA@LISTSERV.UTA.EDU.
To change your email address
To change from one email address used by the list to another, unsubscribe using the old email address, then subscribe with the new email address. If you no longer have the old email address, subscribe with the new email address and the old email address will automatically be deleted by the listserv when it no longer works.
For old message in the HUSITA Archive
You must be subscribed to view old messages. The HUSITA listserv archive is at http://listserv.uta.edu/archives/husita.html
To receive the list as a digest
The HUSITA mailing list is available as a digest (all messages for each day lumped together). To receive HUSITA mailing list as a digest, send the following command to firstname.lastname@example.org
To go back from digest mode to the normal method of receiving each message individually, send the command.
HUSITA is a virtual association of human service professionals interested in promoting the ethical and effective use of IT to better serve humanity