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15 May 2013
A new series of web pages have been produced to offer guidance and information to students and staff on how to make the most of digital and social media.
Launched today Think Digital offers information and toolkits on a range of subjects including: managing Twitter lists; managing email; and finding royalty free images online.
The site also includes important information on how to report offensive behaviour and includes a series of case studies highlighting the legal implications of inappropriate use of social media channels.
Martyn Kelly, Head of Web and User Experience said: "The aim of these pages is to guide and inspire a supportive and responsible culture for digital and social media participation and learning at the University.
"Digital and social technologies already play a big part in the day to day life of many members of the University community, particularly our students. Think Digital offers practical advice on utilising the tools available but also flags important information regarding responsible use and what is acceptable in the eyes of the University and also the law.
"We’re committed to developing a culture that supports and encourages responsible digital practices throughout the University and these pages, which are in the early stages and will be constantly evolving, are an important step."
If you’ve got any existing information or guidance that you think could be added to the site or ideas for what you would like to see on there then please contact Amy Stackhouse by email at email@example.com
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