Websupport at SCC

Support at the School

At the School of Communication and Culture, the operation of the web is linked to the departments. This means that the department secretaries work as web editors for their location.

The web editors help updating websites for the departments, centres, programmes and projects. This involves:

  • creating events
  • establishing department news
  • correcting texts and dead links
  • updating staff lists

All academic staff has the opportunity to get training to make corrections for their own websites. We recommend for frequent use of blog posts that the academic staff gets access to post themselves.

Academic staff (head of department / programme director / centre director / project coordinator) delivers content for the website by establishing it. When the website is passed on to operations, academic staff will continue as academic editor for the website and is therefore responsible for the contents being correct.

The secretary ensures that the content is placed on the correct sites.

Support at Arts Communication

Arts Communication are responsible for:

  • creating new websites
  • developing existing websites
  • adjusting design features
  • providing support for the use of Typo3
  • creating and training new editors
  • training new web editors
  • holding meetings with local web editors to exchange views and experiences (when necessary)
  • sending reports via Site Improve, which automatically catches dead links and spelling errors on sites
  • supplying website statistics

When the school takes over responsibility for maintaining and updating websites from Arts Communication, local web editors and researchers will be informed by mail that they must now make all future amendments themselves.

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