Author: Lauren Tormey

I recently attended a seminar hosted by the Institute for Academic Development on how to use social media to market Online Distance Learning courses at the University. While social media was the focus of the seminar, many participants spoke about how services and guidelines provided by UWP can help strengthen and measure the success of […]

At a recent Website Support Clinic, I was asked about EdWeb’s subsite footer option—its purpose, when to use it and good practice tips.

The final WPC session of 2015, focused on how best to maintain your University website, EdGEL, the Edinburgh Global Experience Language, as well as Bruce’s regular EdWeb project update.

We have just created some Balsamiq templates for EdWeb users, which you can use to make mockup pages for your websites.

When I’m not editing sites at UWP, I’m managing the University at the Festivals website, which is set to migrate into EdWeb next month. Having recently gone through the Editor Task Checklist to get my site ready, I’ve now seen both sides of the migration process and wanted to share some top tips on things […]

This month’s WPC session focused on how to create forms in EdWeb and case studies on sites using Drupal to self-generate content.

The academic year 2013-14 has been one of innovation, discourse and development for UWP. We have made major headway with our planned move to the new Drupal-based CMS, EdWeb, and are proud of its foundation in user-centric principles.


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