Special Interest Groups

Special Interest Groups are how we build communities of practice and collaboration. Members are free to join any of our SIGs.

You may form a SIG, with the following conditions:

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There must be at least 20 people interested in joining, and you can seek out other members using our public discussion forum.

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At least two members of the SIG must be willing to manage the group, monitor and manage the SIG Discussion Forum, and help to recruit new members and develop new resources.

The SCS Membership team will monitor SIG activity and will have the option of removing a SIG from this portal if either of the two conditions stated above are not met and/or if there is insufficient activity in the SIG to warrant resources required to support it.