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Mar
30
2017

We need to change our thinking about development – sense and respond

I’m in the middle of reading the new book by Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden: Sense and Respond. I’ve finding it pretty inspirational and yesterday at our Web Publishers Community session a short webinar on the topic prompted some interesting conversation.

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Mar
7
2017

Web Publishers’ Community – March update

This month’s WPC session introduced us to new features coming soon in EdWeb, new tools for developing in Edweb and ways to keep up with future developments. We also gained insight into keeping our websites efficient and up to date.

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Sep
30
2016

Web Publishers’ Community – September 2016 update

This month’s WPC session focused on research done on social media integration with the University website, the power of repeat usability testing, EdGEL for blogging and the use of GitLab in the development process.

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May
26
2016

Web Publishers’ Community – May update

We had a packed agenda at this month’s WPC session with presentations about EdWeb Group Administrators, two new content types for EdWeb, a report from Google Analytics training, the results of the recent EdWeb feature prioritisation survey and a guide to applying EdGEL to your web apps and blogs.

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Mar
22
2016

Web Publishers’ Community – March Update

A highlight from this month’s Web Publishers’ Community Session was our guest speaker, Damon Querry, who presented on his experience with the EdGEL. The session also included our monthly EdWeb Project Update, a talk about the decommissioning of Polopoly, a presentation on Agile Content and a more technical overview concerning the use of the Web Application content type.

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