Join the EduWeb
Mailing List has been created (in Feb 2004) to support K-12
schools in the state of New South Wales, Australia with
implementing the concept of "Student-Centred Intranets" to promote
project-based multimedia learning. This list will provide
support and advice for teachers in this area. Teachers from
outside NSW with an interest in the EduWeb concept are also
The list is not intended for technical experts, although there
certainly will be some who have subscribed, and some messages may
be technical from time to time. It is rather intended to
support ordinary teachers trying to do new and extraordinary
things in their class using Stu's EduWeb. This is an
opportunity to join in with a group of teachers who want to make a
difference in the classroom by effectively using information and
communication technologies to benefit their students.
You can ask questions, provide feedback about your experiences
with EduWeb or respond to other subscribers. You may choose
to get going sending messages right away, or you may just want to
wait and see what comes through from others. Feel free to
participate as you wish. The main thing is, in the end, that
you learn more about how EduWeb can be used at your school to
support student learning.
How to Join the EduWeb
How to Send Messages
to the EduWeb Mailing List
How to Leave the
EduWeb Mailing List (Unsubscribe)
Joining the EduWeb Mailing List is easy. All
you need is your own e-mail address (try not to
use your school one unless you use it exclusively).
Send a blank e-mail message to
within 30 minutes, you will receive a confirmation
e-mail, and as soon as you confirm, you'll be
Once subscribed, to send a message to everyone
subscribed to the EduWeb Mailing List, just compose
a message and send it to
firstname.lastname@example.org - your message will
automatically be sent to all subscribers! It's
as easy as that. You cannot send a message to
the list if you are not subscribed.
If at any stage you would like to leave the mailing
list (UNSUBSCRIBE), you should send a message to:
email@example.com with the single line:
SIGNOFF EDUWEB in the body of the message. No
subject line is required. You will receive a
confirmation e-mail, and as soon as you confirm you
will be unsubscribed.
Mailing List Rules:
mailing list or listserv without rules?? Rules, also
referred to as "netiquette" ensures everyone has a positive
experience from being subscribed to a list which contains a wide
variety of personalities. Even though all who are subscribed
have an interest in using EduWeb at school, messages can be
misinterpreted by individuals, causing friction. Here are
some tips to avoid that friction on a mailing list:
you are posting for the first time, an introductory
message would be nice. Who are you? What
are you hoping from the list? What are your experiences
to date? What type of computers do you use at
Keep your posts relevant to the concept of student-centred
intranets, project-based multimedia learning and/or
Do not e-mail any attachments to the mailing list.
your post is relevant only to one member of the list,
please contact that person directly using personal
the subject line to announce your topic. We all get a
lot of e-mail and a descriptive subject line will help.
only one topic per message.
When responding to a message, if you change the subject,
then change the "Subject".
Respect other posters' ownership.
Do not forward or share others' e-mail without their
When responding to another's message, don't quote back
the entire message. Delete the excess
respond to the specific points.
Avoid "Me, too" and "Yes" messages. We really are
interested in reading what you can add to the
DON'T TYPE IN ALL CAPS. This is perceived as shouting.
emoticons (also known as "smileys") when trying
to convey a tone of voice :-) - let us know if you're
joking. Some won't get it otherwise.
Consider carefully what you write; it's a permanent
record and can be easily forwarded to others.
Write succinctly. Don't waffle on.
Don't flame others, either on or off the list.
Don't join into flame-wars. Respect everyone's
input. We are all at different levels and we are
all just trying to improve.
Don't send entire web pages to the list, just the URL
(web page address) - say why you think it's useful.
Don't blatantly promote your or someone else's business
by posting an advertisement to a discussion group,
unless it is clearly of general interest and related
directly to the EduWeb concept. Otherwise, you are
Read over your e-mail before you send it.
Although e-mail is a more informal method of
communication than writing a letter, be sure you make
your points clear and concise. Use a spell checker if
I hope you
get great benefit from participating in the EduWeb Mailing List
and look forward to seeing your contributions.
Stu's EduWeb is designed
and developed by Stuart Hasic -
It is available free of charge for public schools in the state
of New South Wales in Australia only. Other schools
interested in Stu's EduWeb should contact the developer
directly. (c) 2001-2004 by Stuart Hasic