Category: Notifications Service
Working in the open has been a long-standing part of our culture. We have supported and participated in events, used and contributed in open source technologies and resources, and recruited roles focussed in support and adoption of open platforms and practices. It is with great pleasure to see these efforts not only been sustained over […]
We are seeking to better understand your needs to inform how we can enhance web services to ensure they serve you better. These services will complement and sit alongside the current corporate CMS.
We are delighted to have the first users of the live Notifications Service on board. The Student Surveys team are now delivering personalised, call-to-action notifications to students through MyEd.
Earlier this year I presented our work surrounding Notifications to the Apereo community at Open Apereo 2018. As an international event dedicated to developing and sustaining innovative open-source software solutions for education, it was a great opportunity to share what we have been doing at Edinburgh and within the Incubation Process we entered earlier in 2018. […]
The Notifications Service team have been running a pilot rollout over the summer with Employ.ed interns to deliver task-based communications. Notifications are initially delivered to each recipient’s MyEd page upon login. A beta rollout with interested services will follow. Work is also ongoing to understand whether SMS and email channels are useful for specific communications. The […]
As part of the “Notifications Service – Rollout, Integrations and Subscribers” project, the team have run a number of user story workshops with interested staff and students. The most recent of these were held within Services Marketing and Marketing of Services lectures, where stories were captured by 61 students; both undergraduate and postgraduate. The service […]
Towards the end of 2017 our work with Notifications entered the Apereo Incubation Process. Whilst working towards delivering a sustainable service within our own institution, significant interest from the wider community has strengthened our desire to continue its future development in an open environment. Entering this Incubation Process will help us on our path from […]