It has been quiet on our online network: the latest blog post is from November 2012 and the latest activity (i.e. a tweet) is exactly one year ago today. Given all the interesting research that is going on within our CRN, it is a shame to exchange that only once a year. So, time for an online restart!
For now the blog will still be the center of our online activity, so make sure to regularly check https://crn2.wordpress.com/. If you have anything you would like to post, you can send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to share whatever you want, an online community can only work by the grace of its active members. In the future we want to make use of a system where everyone can post directly to the blog, but this will take some time.
In the context of a modernization drive (which is less radical and scary than it sounds) there will be more emphasis on social media. We will make active use of our twitter-account to tweet anything that might be of interest to CRN-members, so follow us @CRNCitizMigr.
A LinkedIn-group is created to exchange jobs, calls for papers, publications and other interesting content. Join the group here and invite others that might be interested: Linkedin CRN Citizenship & Migration.
If you have any questions, remarks or – especially – content, contact Jelmer Brouwer at email@example.com.