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Registration for Electronic Discussion Groups

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AP Central offers Web-based threaded discussion groups for many AP courses and roles. This feature gives you the ability to post messages online to be viewed by the entire group. These types of discussion groups are sometimes referred to as "list serves." However, because AP Central does not use the LISTSERV® software, we call ours electronic discussion groups or EDGs.

You can participate in the AP community by joining the electronic discussion groups for the subjects of interest to you. Click on the link below to see a current list of our EDGs. When you find the name of the EDG you want to join, select the "Subscribe" link in the far right column. You will then be asked to enter your email address and a password (it does not have to be the same as your AP Central email address and password).
  Subscribe to Electronic Discussion Groups

To login after you have registered, click on the link below and enter your email address and password.
  Login to your Electronic Discussion Group(s)

To change your account preferences, click on the click below. You may be asked to enter your email address and password.
  EDG Account Settings

To Unsubscribe:
To unsubscribe from an EDG at any time, follow the directions given at the very bottom of every message sent to you from the list.

If You Have Problems:
If you have any problems using the Registration form, choose "About Electronic Discussion Groups" below in "See also." Select your course from the list at the bottom of the page to send an e-mail to the moderator, including full details about the problem you are experiencing.

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