It’s good to blog

We are overwhelmed by the quantity and quality of blogs which have been tweeted to date and over the next week we will add more links to these via this wordpress account. However the scope within wordpress is limited and it seems approporiate to extend our website forum to accommodate listings of your blogs to enable others who share your interests to connect with you. By the end of this week this facility will be in place and we look forward to you posting links to your blogs and connecting with others. We will also continue to support you by retweeting new blog posts.  In addition we remain enthusiastic about our guest blogging feature and will be suggesting themes which will be of cross disciplinary interest.

This week saw our first Aus/NZ #socchat take place and we are grateful to all who contributed. We remain committed to collaborating across both hemispheres and these chats will continue on a monthly basis. Next one 21 March 2013 at 9am (GMT). The frequency/time of these chats can alter if and when required.

Our GMT evening chats will continue on a fortnightly basis, again the frequency/time can be reviewed. We appreciate the continued support of our members who share brilliant and informative tweets and especially those who make a conscious effort to publicise our existence. In our formative months the success of developing a cross disciplinary network is reliant upon each of us being active. Since our inception 5 weeks ago your contributions have already achieved a diverse range of collaborations, let’s keep up the momentum and see what we can achieve by the end of March.


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