Liberal Democrat History Group: volunteer Assistant Editor wanted

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The Liberal Democrat History Group is looking for a volunteer to help with editorial work on the group’s web site.

The Group promotes the discussion and research of the histories of the Liberal Democrats, Liberal Party and SDP, and of Liberalism. We do this through meetings, our quarterly Journal of Liberal History, occasional books and our web site.

Originally established to carry news about our activities, the website has since grown substantially through the ongoing Liberal History Online project. As far as we aware, nothing anywhere else on the web makes available such a wide range of pages, links and electronic documents covering major topics and personalities in British Liberal history.

We need someone to help us develop Liberal History Online by
* Reviewing and editing the existing material
* Working with the committee to identify gaps and additional material required
* Commissioning further materials for the project

A background in modern British history would be helpful but even more helpful would be experience in editing and proof-reading for internet publications. No special technical knowledge is necessary other than basic familiarity with computers and the web. This is an interesting voluntary position with the scope for further involvement with the activities of the Group and its Journal.

Please apply to Mark Pack.

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