It was always going to be the case that the smaller research groups would be simpler to develop websites for and that is reflected in the first site to be completed: Mental Toughness Research Group (MTOUGH).
Marketing and Supply Chain: a Good Work in Progress
One of the quickest research groups to set-up a website has been the Marketing and Supply Chain Research Group (MaSC). We quickly organised a structure for the website (helped, ironically, by the lack of structure already in place) and added web copy to the pages. Using the Copyblogger theme, the website has a clear and stylish look to it with really easy navigation to find the information you’re looking for quickly.
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A Cross-Campus College
The move to College structure isn’t official yet, although my remit is across the soon-to-exist College of Social Science. It will bring together the Faculty of Business and Law, in which faculty office I am based, and the Faculty of Health and Social Science, based in Bridge House and the Sport Centre. It’s a good job the College won’t be a physical one or we’d have some problems!
Community & Health Research Group: a Good Start
In the next 6 weeks, it is hoped there will be a research site ready as a pilot to see how the project is going as a whole, get feedback and prove as a good example to follow. Some of the research groups in the College of Social Science have already started blogging and are doing a good job of it. One of those is the Community & Health Research Group.
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6 Steps to Online Presence
As part of the project, I’ve set up six steps towards getting a self-sustaining online presence within the research of the College of Social Science. Have a look below to see what the plan is using some nice presentation software called Prezi.