About Humanities Commons
In July 2022, ARLISNA-Texas-Mexico transitioned from the ARLIS Texas-Mexico chapter listserv to a group within ARLIS/NA’s Humanities Commons, a scholarly network for ARLIS/NA members.
The group serves a similar function to the listserv, acting as an electronic forum to discuss issues related or of interest to the chapter or to disseminate information to chapter members. It also allows group members to share or collaborate on documents and add important dates or events to a group calendar.
To Join the Humanities Commons Chapter Group
Join the ARLIS/NA Commons here: ARLIS/NA Commons.
If you are an ARLIS/NA member, use the same email address that you use for your ARLIS/NA Membership to create your account. If you already have an account on any Humanities Commons site, contact email@example.com, and ask that your existing Humanities Commons account be linked to the ARLIS/NA Commons. If you are not a current member of ARLIS/NA, you can still participate in the group (for free) by joining the open Humanities Commons network.
Once you have joined the ARLIS/NA Humanities Group, click Groups and scroll to find ARLIS/NA Texas-Mexico Chapter and click the Join Group button. The link to our chapter’s group can be found here: https://arlisna.hcommons.org/groups/arlis-na-texas-mexico-chapter/.
To Post a Message to the Discussion Forum
Posting a message to the discussion forum in the Humanities Commons groups is the new way to distribute information or ask questions to the Texas-Mexico Chapter. You can post two ways: directly to the forum through the Humanities Commons website or via your email using the following steps.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to create a new forum topic in the chapter group.
- Compose a new email from the same email address you registered with for Humanities Commons.
- Put the address above in the “To:” field of the email.
- The email subject will become the topic title.