About the TEA List Service
The TEA list service came in to being as a result of the 1999 TEA conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The advantages of a listserv over a mailing link are numerous. A listserv allows people to send e-mail to one address whereupon their message is copied and sent to all of the other subscribers to the list. In this way, people who have many different kinds of e-mail access can participate in discussions together.
We would like to encourage all of you to subscribe. Subscribing to the list means that your e-mail address is kept on the server, and messages sent to the list will automatically be forwarded to your account. The following are instructions for subscribing and usage of the list.
To Subscribe or unsubscribe click here and follow instructions.
To send a message to the list: Address your e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and send it. The message will be forwarded to all list subscribers. Try to include something in the subject of the e-mail that indicates the nature of the message so that the list addressees can predetermine if the message may be of interest to them. This is done as a courtesy to the recipients of the message. Also, common practices of Netiquette should be applied to all messages sent to the list. Among them, remember:
If you find yourself having trouble with procedures or questions about Netiquette, please feel free to contact me for assistance at DOR.TrnsportWeb@nebraska.gov. As the list owner, I will be monitoring the content and activity closely to see how we are all getting along.
This offers us an extremely useful tool for communication among users across the country. I hope you all recognize the benefit of this service and use it to its fullest capabilities.