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==Description==
 
==Description==
  
Digital Classicist runs a discussion group/mailing list through the JISC mail service, which is meant both for the discussion of the Digital Classicist website and service itself, and for the raising of issues of concern to scholars of the ancient world who use computers. As of December 2015, the Digital Classicist mailing list has approximately 700 subscribers.
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Digital Classicist runs a discussion group/mailing list through the JISC mail service, which is meant both for the discussion of the Digital Classicist website and service itself, and for the raising of issues of concern to scholars of the ancient world who use computers. As of June 2016, the Digital Classicist mailing list has approximately 740 subscribers.
  
 
==How to join==
 
==How to join==

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[edit] Description

Digital Classicist runs a discussion group/mailing list through the JISC mail service, which is meant both for the discussion of the Digital Classicist website and service itself, and for the raising of issues of concern to scholars of the ancient world who use computers. As of June 2016, the Digital Classicist mailing list has approximately 740 subscribers.

[edit] How to join

To join the group using a web form, go to the following page and follow the instructions on-screen: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/digitalclassicist

If you would prefer to sign up via your email account, simply send a message with a blank subject line to listserv@jiscmail.ac.uk, the body of the mail containing only the words

SUBSCRIBE DIGITALCLASSICIST

(no signature text, etc.) You should be sent a confirmation email by the listserver.

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