Twitter event #AskArchivists
To get more attention for archives on Twitter there will be a Twitter event #AskArchivists on 2011 June 9th. This Twitter event is managed by Charlotte S H Jensen of the National Museum (National Museet) in Copenhagen (Denmark) & Anneke van Waarden-Koets of the Zealand Archive (Zeeuws Archief) in Middelburg (the Netherlands). The Twitter event is an international happening, so every archive and archivist in the world can take part. The name of the Twitter event is: Ask Archivists. The hashtag (#) for the Twitter event is: #AskArchivists.
#AskArchivists Day on Twitter
On Thursday June 9th, 2011 it is #AskArchivists Day on Twitter. On that day everybody can ask questions to archivists in the world on Twitter. The main goal of the Twitter event #AskArchivists is to get more attention for archives and their collections and to know what archivists like about their profession. And ofcourse that archivists and people on Twitter can get directly into contact with eachother. Thrue Twitter, archivists inform their followers about events, new collections, publications and other things worth knowing. They also keep in touch with their colleagues about their profession. People on Twitter can ask questions, give tips and can retweet interesting archive tweets.
Information about #AskArchivists Day on Twitter
Keep informed about #AskArchivists and follow this social media: Twitter account @AskArchivists, the Blog Ask Archivists, the Twubs page #AskArchivists and the Twapperkeeper #AskArchivists. You can also use the QR-code to spread the word about #AskArchivists Day on Twitter.
Ask Away on #AskArchivists Day!
For more information go to Ask Archivists