Beth Jones

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  • A new online Faculty induction

    A long while ago now, our Director of Administration tasked a group of us to create an interactive staff induction module for everyone in the Faculty:   We interviewed members of staff to hear about their induction experiences. This helped...

  • Telling student stories

    There's a new online prospectus (named course search) on its way and we've been picking what to feature in the student testimonial sections. The bad news is that we don't have enough content, but the good news is that we...

  • Why I (mostly) like using the new CMS

    I've had a long hiatus from using the new CMS, but with our Faculty pages finally live, it feels like things are moving again and I've been reacquainting myself with the new system. I'm reminded every time I log into...

  • Effective staff induction

    We are working on a new Faculty staff induction to complement the activities that happen at a departmental and University level. As part of this project we interviewed new staff about their experiences joining the University. We also asked some...

  • Introducing our Faculty Staff Wiki space

    As part of the CMS transition, our Faculty’s internal web pages have migrated to the University’s Wiki (called Confluence). Our new Faculty of Engineering & Design Staff Wiki space means: Faculty staff information is contained in one place teams can...

  • Staying informed with internal comms

    Everyone’s different when it comes to how they like to receive information and in what format, so we’ve introduced new ways for you to keep up to date with what's going on in the Faculty. Sign up to our quarterly...

  • Faculty social media explained

    Our channels Our Departments each have public Twitter and Facebook profiles, some of which are more established than others. Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering Facebook: Architecture & Civil Engineering at Bath Twitter: @BathArchAndCivE Department of Chemical Engineering Facebook: Chemical...