by Kathy Moore, Project Officer (Children & Young People), SHARE Museums East
kathryn.moore@norfolk.gov.uk / 01603 493646

“I am determined to break into the 21st Century and start to use Twitter at work. My first challenge is to get this underway for the A level Conference on Biodiversity to be held at Norwich Castle on 2 July 2013.

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As you can see the beautiful logo (designed by Dave Waterhouse, Natural History Curator, NMAS) features the Little Cuttlefish, found in the newly recorded large Chalk Reefs off the north Norfolk Coast. This logo also features on the USB wristbands loaded with useful info we give out in place of conference papers.

You can follow the Natural History department on Twitter @NatHistNMAS – we will be using #cuttlefish to tweet about the Conference.”

Keep following the SHARE Museums East blog to see Kathy gets on with using Twitter!

 

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