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Future student online experiences

Future student online experiences

Sharing the work of the Prospective Student Web Content Team

Presenting at Web Publishers Community – 27 May

We’ll be joining web publishing and marketing colleagues from across the University on Wednesday 27 May from 3pm to talk about our recent work with the Fees Service, and also to share upcoming priorities.

For both of these short talks, we’ll provide slides and be available to answer questions from attendees.

Our colleagues in Website and Communications are hosting the session online via Collaborate, with talks recorded and available after the event.

Delivering a new approach to tuition fees content

In this talk we will walk through how  this project was approached following the University’s Digital Experience Design Standards, what was delivered and what this means for delivery of cost of study information in future.

Update on priorities for enhancing prospective student experiences

The response to Covid-19 is changing the focus of the Prospective Student Web Content Team for the short term. We’ll update on our longer term priorities that have been informed by a recent staff survey, and talk about more immediate priorities that support the Student Recruitment Mitigation Plan that has been developed by Student Recruitment and Admissions.

Book a place

Our talks are only part of a broader agenda.

There are additional short sessions on website accessibility.

More details and booking via the Web Publishing Community wiki [University login required]


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