Learning resources, search results

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Online learning and self-help

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  1. Lynda.com (a massive online learning resource) (IT Services) : NEW: Lynda.com is a leading online learning platform that provides easy-to-follow tutorials covering software, technology, creative skills and more. The University has subscribed to Lynda.com for a 1 year trial period which means that staff and research postgraduates can access Lynda.com free of charge via University Single Sign-On.
  2. T4 Site Manager training (University of Bristol) : Online training provided by Communications and Marketing and required for all staff wishing to become a web editor for their local University public-facing site using TerminalFour (T4) Site Manager.
  3. Web Style Guide (University of Bristol) : The University central resource for publishing content to the University web presence and social media channels
Documents used on courses (code) Downloads
Social media bite 1: Discovering, filtering, organising and sharing valuable content (smb-1)
Audience: All | Level: Any
  • Reference guide (PDF, 280Kb, 4 pages)
Social media bite 2: Developing your online presence and making an impact (smb-2)
Audience: All | Level: Any
  • Reference guide (PDF, 223Kb, 4 pages)
Social media bite 3: Promoting your service, event or project through social media (smb-3)
Audience: All | Level: Any
  • Reference guide (PDF, 129Kb, 4 pages)
Social media bite 4: Improving group collaboration and productivity (smb-4)
Audience: All | Level: Any
  • Reference guide (PDF, 106Mb, 3 pages)

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