Saturday, February 11, 2012


Some of the exciting initiatives will be announced and described here.

One of these new efforts is this BLOG itself.

UCLA Faculty Women’s Club has a newly created blog : The main purpose is to regularly and frequently communicate information of interest to the membership of the UCLA FWC. The entries, published as discrete posts, are displayed chronologically so that the most recent entry appears first. As a flexible vehicle for sharing information between and among the FWC members, the blog may be viewed as an informal medium that encourages viewing and creating new contents.

The content of individual posts varies, and may include information about our general meetings, new members, and the executive board officers. Other sources are also available such as the historical perspective of the Club, its purpose, Special Interest Sections, and more. Blogging is seen as flexible medium to share recorded messages, individual journals, photos, special moments, and opinions.

When I created this BLOG in February 2012, I had envisioned a single place where any UCLA FWC member could contribute a post toward building a collective MEMORY of the UCLA Faculty Women's Club.

To get started, join in by signing into the site and become a “follower.” From there, simply follow the instructions that will be displayed on the screen.

Here are some TIPS for blogging.

The name LibraryViolets is my name as a blogger. So, when you see the name libraryviolets, don't delete the message.
Will discuss more at our Board Meeting.

In general, take a minute to navigate the screen and observe its layout. The screen is divided into several sections. The main text is in the left quad; table of content page is in the right column in addition to the place where you will be signing into the blog. The bottom part is reserved for your comments, notes, and threads.


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