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On 22 April, members of the team collected our Silver award at the Sustainability Awards Ceremony.

We’ve had web editors at clinics this week making preparations for their site’s migration to EdWeb, with a particular focus on Overview pages and Summary sentences.

This month, Bruce, Neil, Stratos and Duncan demoed EdWeb and delivered a project update to a full house of website editors.

This week both of our Website Support Clinic attendees wanted reassurance while doing their first ever edits to their websites in the Polopoly system.

It’s been a busy month at UWP’s Website Support Clinic, with every Tuesday afternoon booked up with drop-ins.

This month’s Web Publishing Community session included updates on the implementation of Google’s Universal Analytics, improvements to the University website search and progress update on the EdWeb CMS. For me however, it was the case study on Optimal Workshop’s online tools, highlighting two online products that can help web editors to structure and label their […]

This summer we were joined by Informatics student Yordan Hristov on a University internship. Here’s what he thought of the experience:

Our monthly Web Publishing Community meetings provide a convivial forum for the University’s web managers, editors and developers to discuss current projects and new opportunities.


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