The officer who presides over an assembly or discussion to preserve order, propose questions, regulate the proceedings, and declare the votes.
Someone who is the leader of a focus group discussion, in-depth interview, or other meeting. Often works from pre-determined outline of subjects to be covered.
1. In Internet mailing lists and newsgroups, it is possible to set up the mailing list or newsgroup so that all messages have to be sent to the moderator for approval before they are circulated to the group. This helps to keep messages on topic, reduce spam, and reduce flames. Especially in newsgroups, moderated newsgroups tend to have a much higher proportion of useful content than unmoderated newsgroups. 2. In FidoNet Technology Networks, the person who began an echo, established the topic, and sets the rules. In Internet mailing lists, the equivalent term is list owner.
Person who monitors the email posts in a mailing list to ensure conformity with the topic and list policies. Also known as List Mom.
The person who runs, or moderates, a discussion group, a conference or message area.
A Moderator is term used in Forums / Chat rooms and is someone entrusted by the forums administrator to help regulate postings in the chat room.
A person, or small group of people, who manage moderated mailing lists and newsgroups. Moderators are responsible for determining which email submissions are passed on to list. See also: Electronic Mail, mailing list, Usenet. [Source: RFC1392
Person who presides over panel discussions and forums.
The individual who manages an online conference. Duties of a moderator may include screening postings for inappropriate content and encouraging participation in the discussion.
The leader of a focus group who facilitates discussion and ensures the agenda is covered in the allotted time period.
A Moderator is a nominated representative appointed by the local authority or an exam board. Often, it is a teacher of many years' experience. The Moderator must have no personal connection with the schools he/she is moderating. The Moderator works with teachers in a cluster of schools to oversee the marking system used by schools for exams and tests. (See Moderation).
at a forum, someone entrusted by the administrator to help discussions stay productive and within the guidelines.
The researcher who leads a focus group. See also facilitation.
There are a number of moderators for our online forum. The moderators control what messages appear on the forum and help to make sure that all posts comply with our terms and conditions. A moderator can edit or delete offensive posts and can warn users against further similar conduct.
A person or small group of people who manage moderate mail lists. Moderators are responsible for determining which e-mail submissions are cast on to lists.
A person who coordinates a focus group. The moderator is the individual responsible for making sure that the focus group discussion stays on the topic at hand, and works to help focus group participants reveal whatever information the designers or clients need to uncover. Netscape Communicator One of the two popular web browsers, developed by Netscape Communications Corporation. Netscape Communicator has the second largest market share, after Internet Explorer. Observational Study Research through observation. Users are observed (often in their natural environment, for example their office) by an experimenter. A usability specialist may find it helpful to watch how users use a system without any interference.
A person, or small group of people, who manages moderated mailing lists and newsgroups. Moderators are responsible for determining which e-mail submissions are passed on to the list. They only forward mail which meets the standards that the group has established for itself for topicality, civility of speech, and commercial content. See also e-mail, mailing list, Usenet, Frequently Answered Questions. WWWebfx Home Page
A person or small group of people who manage a mailing list or newsgroup. Moderators determine which messages can be seen by the entire group. They are filtering the messages.
A moderator possesses the right to moderate a forum. He can edit, delete, move all posts in the forum.
are members who are assigned a variety of powers in whatever forums they've been assigned to moderate. It is up to the Admins what powers the decide to give each Mod and more can be read about these powers here: Mod Powers
Type of user that oversees forum usage.
A player with admin power within a single forum.
someone who presides over a forum or debate
an individual, usually the owner of the distribution list, who initially receives a message addressed to a distribution list
an individual who acts as gatekeeper for a mailing list
an individual who has volunteered their time to acting as a list policeman
an individual whose job it is to look after the running of the forum from day to day
a person or bot there to help run a room
a person or group who moderates the newsgroup
a person which checks one or more forums for inaccurate posts
a person who can manage the forum
a person who has the ability to add, delete, move, and modify topics/posts
a person who monitors the quality of a comment posted on a site
a person who must approve every posting to the list before it is actually sent
a person who oversees a particular message board
a person who runs a message board on a forum
a person who sifts through the comments and marks them accordingly
a registered user who is a "regular member" of a forum and in addition to that function will pay attention to the forum activities to ensure that things are done decently and in order
a regulator employed by a company to oversee chatrooms and remove any objectionable message
a user specified to observe the content of the specific forum(s) they are assigned to, and to enforce site rules within their forum
a user who has moderation privileges to certain areas of the forum
a user who volunteers to take on the task of screening messages submitted to a moderated mailing list , a moderated newsgroup or a forum
Anyone who moderates, or filters, the content on a listserv or newsgroup.
An important person for a moderated mailing list. The moderator or a group of moderators review the messages posted to a mailing list or some newsgroups and decide whether they can be released to the public.
discussion list administrator, usually responsible for setting up the list, adding and removing members (though this is done automatically on an open list), and deciding which messages should be forwarded to the list (if the list does not have a free access policy).
The person helping with a forum. In a "moderated" forum, the moderator will receive messages for the forum, read them and then decide about approving or rejecting them. Generally, a moderator will be available for help with any questions and problems concerning a forum.
A moderator oversees a particular board. They are the people to write to if you are having trouble with another member on the forum. They can edit or delete other users' posts if necessary and can change some options related to that board. To find who the moderator(s) is for a particular board, click the Board Information link at the top of that board page below the board title.
A person, or small group of people, who manage moderated mailing lists and Usenet newsgroups. Moderators are responsible for determining which email submissions are passed onto a list.
Person who owns or runs a discussion board or mailing list. Usually has the administrative permissions to move or delete postings.
A moderator ensures all contributions to a newsgroup are suitable before posting them.
A person, or a small group of people, who manage moderated mailing lists and newsgroups. Moderators are responsible for deciding which email submissions are passed on to list. Mojikyo The Mojikyo font set (aka Konjaku Mojikyo, the ' Mirror of characters of old and new days'), is a new approach to handling Chinese characters on personal computers. It uses TrueType fonts for Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, 'Oracle Bone' (kookotsu-bun) and Siddham characters.
The member who has permission to moderate a forum or chat. Online Connected to a network of computers. The term is frequently used to describe a connection to the Internet or an intranet.
Someone who asks questions and is in charge of facilitating the discussion in a focus group or in-depth interview.
Person, or persons, who presides over an assembly, meeting or discussion.
The person who manages moderated mailing lists, newsgroups, or online discussion forums for services such as AOL, CompuServe, or the Microsoft Network.
One who presides over an assembly, meeting or discussion.
(in the context of message boards) The person(s) who is responsible for monitoring posted messages for appropriateness. Moderators remove inappropriate messages and are used to maintain the quality of the board.
A person who manages moderated News Groups or mail lists. A moderator can decide whether a message is appropriate to the forum and allow it to be posted, or later remove it.
Each network on iCSP has a group of moderators who review the content posted to iCSP and decide whether it can be approved for viewing on the site.
person who keeps the discussion in a conference alive and on the subject
A person who manages online discussion groups or mailing lists for services such as CompuServe, America Online, Prodigy or the Microsoft Network.
Someone who controls the postings of messages in a Mailing List to ensure conformity with the topic and list policies.
A person or small group of people who manage a mailing list or newsgroup. Moderators determine which messages can be seen by the entire group. See also mailing list.
In Ardaea, this is the person who is ultimately in charge of the game. This person will be responsible for dealing with new applications, making sure that everyone ends up subscribed to the list, and dealing with any other membership issues such as inactivity. In the event of a dispute between other writers that they cannot resolve themselves, the moderator may have the final considered word. The moderator in Ardaea is not responsible for the plot or for making sure your characters have something to write about, but if there are questions about the world or setting, then the moderator may be able to offer answers or suggestions. Think of the moderator in Ardaea as fulfilling the same function as a polishing machine in an ice rink: the moderator tries to make sure everything is ready for the writers to have fun.
Forum member who monitors message board posts and discussions.
A person who manages or administers a discussion group, interest group, listserv list, mailing list, or Usenet newsgroup. In most cases, the moderator is a volunteer. Messages sent to the group are first read by the moderator, who then passes appropriate messages to the group.
A member who's charged to ensure a nice ambiance in a section or in a group of sections. For this, he has tools simple member don't have, such as moving, locking, unlocking, deleting, splitting, merging topics, editing or deleting posts, banning troublesome members (if the admin allowed it in Admin panel Security)
The individual who conducts the focus group/group discussion
The researcher leading a focus group.
A person who manages a moderated mailing list. Moderators are responsible for determining which email submissions are passed on to the list or newsgroup. Source: Foldoc: Free On-line Dictionary of Computing
A person who has been granted special powers to enforce the rules of an Internet chat room or forum. They deal with any messages or chat which break the rules that the online community has agreed to, and generally keep the chatroom a friendly place, free of personal insults. They usually have the power to ban disruptive and offensive people from the room.
A moderator works to keep conversations flowing. On-line moderators are responsible to help members by answering questions, making announcements, and creating a friendly, safe environment for dialogue. Moderators are privileged users who can control access to the discussion group, modify or delete posts, create summaries, and edit group options.
the person in charge of a mailing list or news group who reads all messages to be sure they are appropriate before posting them to the group.
Someone who reads all the messages sent to the list and decides whether they should be distributed to the list or not. (Not all lists have moderators)
The person who moderates a moderated discussion list
Someone who looks at the messages posted to a mailing list or newsgroup first before releasing them to the public.
A list owner to whom a list's messages are sent for clearance before being sent to the list's subscribers. Only lists that are set up as moderated lists have a moderator. See types of lists for more information.
A Moderator is a character who has special powers which allow them to perform a function for Jagex in RuneScape or on the forums. See here for more information. See Characters, Forum, Jagex, RuneScape.
A person who reads all the posts to a newsgroup before they are posted, to decide whether a particular message is appropriate to that newsgroup.
The person who organises, reads & possibly edits/deletes or approves messages posted to a forum or mailing list before they go out to members to make sure that the content is appropriate & relevant. mc² provides a manual for group owners/moderators. See also: Help for Moderators and what requires owner/moderator approval
A person, or small group of people who review submissions before the information is posted to a newsgroup or mailing list.
A person who examines all submissions to a newsgroup or mailing list and allows only those that meet certain criteria to be posted. Usually, the moderator makes sure that the topic is pertinent to the group and that the submissions aren't flames.
A person who reviews and has the authority to block messages posted to a supervised or "moderated" network newsgroup.
The person who, in a Moderated newsgroup, reads all of the messages submitted to the newsgroup and decides which ones should be posted for all to see, and which ones should not.
An overworked volunteer who reads all of the submissions to a mailing list or newsgroup, to make sure they are appropriate, before posting them.
A person that works with a group to regulate, but not lead, a discussion. Whereas a facilitator might take charge of a discussion to shepherd it in a specific direction, a moderator remains passive, without explicitly leading the process or driving a desired outcome. A moderator takes the lead from the participants, listening and intervening only when necessary to encourage further discussion or ask for clarity for other participants or audiences. SEE FACILITATOR
Person who reviews the content of newsgroup articles and posts them, if appropriate. 2.34
The lowest of the staff members. These have the least powers, but are responsible for moderating boards and threads. Includes editing bad posts, deleting spam posts, etc. ( refers to NORMAL and UNCHANGED staff positions)
independent person who has acknowledged expertise to confirm that assessment results reflect intended standards.