LINGUIST List 3.249

Mon 16 Mar 1992

Qs: Addresses of Lists

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Date: Wed, 11 Mar 92 12:22:07 +0List-Addresses
From: <HUMA1FRCICT81.bitnet>
Subject: List-Addresses

Would you help me obtain some email addresses
of the following lists :
- list(serv) of Translation
- list(serv) of Second Language Teaching
- list(serv) of Intercultural studies
and I would like to have the list of all the existing listservs.
Thanks in advance.

Universite de Toulouse 2
Departement de Sciences du Langage

Email address for your answers
<Huma1Frcict81>

[Moderators' Note: Since this query is of general interest,
we will point out publicly that there is a regularly updated
Directory of Scholarly Electronic Conferences available on
LISTSERVKENTVM and via anonymous FTP from KSUVXA.KENT.EDU.

The files available are:
filename filetype
-------------------
ACADLIST README (explanatory notes for the Directory with an index)
ACADLIST FILE1 (Anthropology-Education)
ACADLIST FILE2 (Futurology-Latin American Studies)
ACADLIST FILE3 (Library and Information Science-Music)
ACADLIST FILE4 (Political Science-Writing)
ACADLIST FILE5 (biological sciences)
ACADLIST FILE6 (physical sciences)
ACADLIST FILE7 (business and general academia)

ACADWHOL HQX (binhexed self-decompressing Macintosh M.S. Word 4.0 document
 of all 6 directories)
ACADSOCH HQX (binhexed self-decompressing Macintosh M.S. Word 4.0 document
 of the Social Science and Humanities files 1-3)

ACADLIST CHANGES (all the major additions, deletions and alterations)

 HOW TO RETRIEVE FILES FROM THIS SERVER

To retrieve files via e-mail, send the message:

GET <filename> <filetype>

to LISTSERVKENTVM

(e.g., GET ACADLIST FILE1)

To retrieve files via anonymous FTP from KSUVXA.KENT.EDU
you must have an Internet e-mail account on a system running
the TCP/IP. Ask your computer services people about your local situation.

First type:
FTP KSUVXA.KENT.EDU

When prompted for 'USERID' type ANONYMOUS. Your password will be your
actual userid on your local machine.

When you've logged on, type:
cd library

To get the file(s) you want, type:
GET <filename>.<filetype>

(e.g., GET ACADLIST.FILE2)
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