Gosh, I never knew I could do that!

My mind has been blown away this morning after a few hours at my Language of Access class at KCL! Time invested in me again…. The workshops demonstrate available tools to lift your public and research profiles to another level. Spending time at the KCL Archive with Geoff, Rory and the girls (do we really make that much noise!) has never been such fun! I now know how to build and incorporate a timeline and map in my blog (I know how clever is that the possibilities are endless: I may need some more training but  STANDBY!)

Much of the inspiration came early in the LA programme from Melissa Terras. She demonstrated how her blog and twitter have enhanced her profile, and even got her a promotion. I may not quite be in the same league but I’m giving it a go……  I now have 68 followers on Twitter (Melissa has over 5,783) but it is only week 3 of 2014.

So here goes…..

Example of how it can be done can be found @

melissaterras.blogspot.com ,

Wreck site

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