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your real name, but you should register with your real name so we
can add you to the correct discussions. Once you have registered,
you may click the "More" button at the top of the screen
and choose "Edit My Profile" to adjust your options and,
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There have been some technical difficulties with the discussion
board which have now been fixed; if your registration did not go
through, please try again now. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
here to go to the discussion.
Please select the conferences for the group you chose upon registration:
A Group (larger time commitment) please use conferences beginning
with A and B Group (smaller time commitment) those
beginning with B. IF YOU ARE IN GROUP A, there may be a slight
delay (no more than one business day) between your discussion board
registration and your ability to enter the A discussions. We thank
you for your patience.
DISCUSSION GUILDELINES - MANDATORY READING
While everyone is welcome to participate in this discussion board,
contributions must adhere to the following guidelines. We consider
it a right and duty to remove any user from the discussion board
who, in our opinion, violates any of these guidelines.
1. Postings should relate specifically to the issues raised by
the topic of the discussion thread.
2. We absolutely insist on the preservation of a safe space in
which productive discourse can take place. No disrespectful or misogynist
statements will be tolerated.
3. Absolutely no personal attacks. Please address your criticisms
to arguments, not to people. It's fine to disagree, but you must
do so with respect.
4. Please use only one username. It is misleading if you contribute
to a thread or more than one thread using different usernames.
5. Absolutely no use of profanities or obscenities. Similarly,
abusive, harassing, or threatening remarks will not be tolerated.
Remember that the purpose of this educational opportunity is to
create discourse on these important issues concerning violence against