The phenomenon has different names and flavors: Web 2.0, social media, web-based communities, social networking, video sharing, wikis, blogs—and who knows what next. What all these things have in common is the opportunity they provide for web users like you to become part of the dialogue.
Join the conversation—visit VIMS on Facebook™ , Twitter™, YouTube™, and Flickr™.
|VIMS on Twitter
Shakespeare wrote "Brevity is the soul of wit." Follow our "tweets"—headlines of 140 characters or less—for quick updates of what's happening at VIMS.
Join us on Facebook to share your thoughts about VIMS activities. Facebook™ allows people to keep up with friends, upload photos, share links and videos, and learn more about the people they meet.
|VIMS on YouTube
If a picture is worth 1,000 words, a video can be worth 10,000. Visit VIMS on YouTube™ to see our researchers in action. Also upload your own videos via our YouTube Direct page.
The VIMS Flickr page allows our friends to view and post photos of VIMS activities, Bay scenery, and marine creatures.
|Blogging @ VIMS
VIMS blogs provide first-hand accounts from VIMS faculty, staff, and students as they conduct research in the field and laboratory. Learn about the thrill of scientific discovery and the agony of da' muddy feet.