Tag Archives: #AskArchivists

#ArchivesRock on International Archives Day 2016

Let’s celebrate June 9 International Archives Day 2016 #IAD16 is coming up! Like every year Follow An Archive and Ask Archivists organize a celebration event on Twitter. With the celebration event we join the June 9 theme ‘Archives, Harmony and … Continue reading

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#AskArchivists Day great success!

Archivists: the coolest people ever Archivists are so cool! Again we saw it in tweets, just the same as people said during the Twitter event Follow An Archive in November 2010. So now we know for sure: Archivists are basically … Continue reading

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Please help us evaluate #AskArchivists Day!

How was #AskArchivists Day for you? Please use the button, or click this link and answer 8 short questions, and help us evaluate.What was good, and what didn´t work? Should we de something next year? Something else? Nothing? We would … Continue reading

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Wordle – what did you tweet for AskArchivists?

What did you tweet for #AskArchivists Day? Document your day with http://tweetstats.com and make a beautiful Wordle for your blog or website from the tweet cloud at http://www.wordle.net/ . We did it for the AskArchivists account.

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#AskArchivists Twitter fountain

Watch your #AskArchivists tweets in this Twitter fountain. Feel free to use it on your website or blog or on a big screen in your archive building!

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#AskArchivists is unleashed!

It´s #AskArchivists Day! We hope everyone will have a great day of presenting and sharing knowledge about archives, records and archiving. Happy International Archives Day to all!

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More inspiration and ideas: Promote #AskArchivists to your followers

Feel free to download, alter and use the powerpoint.

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