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|FILLM Blogs Instructions
Updated: 14 March 2015
The FILLM blogs are a possibility for reseachers to share their work and thoughts with the rest of the academic community in an informal way.
Do you want your own FILLM blog?
The blogs can be topic specific or of a more general and personal character. The main thing is that they relate to study of modern languages and literatures. They can be maintained indefinitely or on a more limited basis (e.g. in connection with a research project). It is only asked that blogs are posted on a regular basis.
The blogs are meant as platforms for sharing thoughts and work in process, so they are not expected to be written in a formal academic language. The language can be informal and casual, but responsibility for the quality of the content rests with the contributor(s).
Posts are submitted to the FILLM webmaster who will then post them on the FILLM website. The FILLM webmaster will not edit blog posts (except by formatting them to fit the website), but FILLM does ask that the blogs are written in a friendly tone and maintain the right to refuse any posts it deems inappropriate. This will, however, always be done in communicaiton with the author(s).
If you would like a blog on the FILLM website, send an email to FILLM's webmaster in which you briefly introduce yourself and what you would like to write about.