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Who Can Create and Use E-lists?

This article applies to: E-lists (Lyris)

CIT-hosted e-lists, established by faculty, staff, students, and alumni, focus on supporting recognized university activities, including instruction, research, administration, and student groups. There are, for example, lists centered around:

  • academic departments
  • students enrolled in specific courses
  • buildings (or floors of buildings)
  • councils, boards, advisory groups
  • student organizations
  • alumni groups
  • administrative groups
  • library/collections departments
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension
  • outreach/engagement activities
  • clubs
  • ... and many more.

Although these e-lists are "owned" by members of the Cornell community, list members do not necessarily need to be affiliated with Cornell (it all depends on the purpose of the specific list).


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