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  • Macro of the Month - Panel

    This feature aims to introduce you to the various macros (small pre-set programmes) that are available within Confluence. They are designed to help you with the layout and functionality of your content. This month’s macro is Panel. Like all macros...

  • 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...

  • Celebrating the Recognising Excellence Award Scheme

    Recognising Excellence awards are intended to recognise and reward those who have demonstrated exceptional performance. This exceptional performance may have been on a one-off or short-term basis, or at a consistent level throughout the year. The scheme provides staff, managers...

  • My top wiki tips

    Add to existing spaces Wiki pages are always attached to a space, faculty pages should sit under ‘Faculty of Engineering & Design staff area’.  Each wiki user has their own space, which can be used for pages not relevant to...

  • Professional photos - staff profile pages for the new website

    Find out how to book a slot with our photographer to ensure you have an up-to-date professional photo for your staff profile page. As we move into 2016, we are continuing to transition our existing web content across into the...

  • Preparing early for the REF

    Professor Tim Ibell, Associate Dean for Research, discusses logging evidence into ResearchFish, Open Access and research impact in preparation for the next Research Excellence Framework (REF): From 1 February until 10 March 2016, the window is open for all academics...

  • Getting started on the Wiki

    We are undertaking a Content Management System (CMS) transition project that involves migrating content from our current website to a new system. Our Faculty's internal webpages (at www.bath.ac.uk/engineering/staff.bho/) will not be part of this transition. Instead, we are migrating this...

  • Reflections on the Managers’ Workshop: where do we go from here?

    A few weeks ago, I took part in a workshop arranged by Iain Forster-Smith. Amanda Wylie from Staff Development facilitated the day with support from Sue Johnson in HR. This was the first event bringing us together, and the first...

  • Promoting your campus event checklist

    There are a few key questions to ask yourself when promoting your event to ensure you use the appropriate channels: Who is my target audience? Is University branding appropriate? What’s my budget? How much time do I have? Are my...

  • Better print with the Aurasma App

    The Aurasma App (available on the Google Play Store and the Apple Store) allows us to add online content to our print materials. It does this by scanning trigger images, which then load videos, images and webpages, augmenting our publications...