We´ve made two posters: a plain poster with only text, and a poster with text and a picture, about the #AskArchivists Day. If anyone would like to translate it into other languages such as French, German, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, etc., please do! 🙂
Like to put your own logo on your #AskArchivists poster? Please do! You can use the plain poster with text only and put your logo wherever you like, or you can use the poster with the #AskArchivists logo and replace it for your own logo.
Print it, hang it up, use it on your blog and your website, and spread the word!
- RT @mike_rush: #Archive30 Day 13, my journey to work: Each day I set sail at 7:40, hazard a storm of traffic lights in the Fair Haven Trian… 1 week ago
- RT @CeredigionArch: #Archive30 #journeytowork Sometimes the journey is more problematic. Some days we do not go anywhere.... https://t.co/A… 1 week ago
- RT @OundleArchive: #Archive30 Day 13 - Journey to work A very short but pleasant walk to work! #commute #OundleSchool #Oundle https://t.co/… 1 week ago
- RT @CabrioA: #Archive30 #journeytowork le chemin pour le travail se fait depuis 3 mois complètement à pied dans les rues de La Chaux-de-Fon… 1 week ago
- RT @nottsarchivist: Does anyone recognise these two very patient cats? #archive30 #soldier #WWI #archive #photography #cats #CatsOfTwitter… 1 week ago
Do you have a question about archives and their collections?
Put it on Twitter and use the hashtag #AskArchivists