Author: jwilso17

After just over a year working at the UWP, it is now time to say my goodbyes as I leave to take up a new post outwith the University. It has been an overwhelmingly positive experience, and I have acquired a whole host of new editorial and technical skills, which I hope to carry forward […]

This month’s Web Publishers’ Community session included talks on Lean UX, responsive widgets and the monthly project update on the EdWeb CMS. We were also joined by two guest speakers: Ewan McAndrew, the new Wikimedian in Residence and Stephen Donnelly, who spoke about the new media asset management system, Media Hopper.

At this week’s Website Support Clinic, I spoke with somebody who was looking to use an article published on the University’s main News site. As the article’s topic was relevant to her department, she wanted to know whether or not she could simply copy and paste the content, or whether she would need to ask […]

Once again, we’d like to thank all those who came to this month’s WPC session. It’s been a very busy summer and this week we were pleased to announce the successful migration of our 100th site to EdWeb! This is a fantastic achievement and one that we are hugely proud of. However, there is still […]

This summer we were joined by Informatics student Mattias Appelgren on a University internship. Here’s what he had to say about his experience:

Thank you to all of those who came along to this month’s Web Publishers’ Community meeting– it was a highly informative and engaging session, with presentations on a wide variety of interesting topics.

One of the key things discussed at this week’s Website Support Clinic was homepages and how to create one effectively using the new EdWeb CMS.

This week at the website support clinic, we received a visit from a member of staff looking for advice on how to prepare her website for the upcoming migration to EdWeb. As so often happens, other work had got in the way and the site was in need of a bit of attention. The site […]

April has been a busy month for all things EdWeb and this month’s Web Publishers’ Community session was designed to provide university staff with the information they need for a smooth transition over to the new Content Management System. Those with a head for technology were also in for a treat, with Billy Wardrop giving […]

As a new member of the Editorial Assistant team here at the University Website Programme, working with EdWeb will form a rather large chunk of my day-to-day activities. Therefore, it was vital that I formed a good working relationship with it right from the very beginning.

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