The University now has multiple websites with each website targeting a different audience.
The main audiences for the sites are outlined above and depending on who the audience is, will determine where content resides.
The advantage of this is that each website (its navigation, search and content) can be tailored to a specific audience to provide a better user experience.
The video above highlights the following main changes.
The search will provide a different experience depending on which site you search from. It will be optimised to return results for the target audience of the current website.
For example: Searching for the term 'academic integrity' on the student website will return information for students on academic integrity. On the staff site it will return staff focussed content on how to manage academic integrity issues.
All the websites are accessible to the general public but will have some areas that are FAN protected for staff and/or students only.
The content on the new sites will be organised a little differently to the old one.
It will be information/task driven and not team/department focussed. This means that staff do not need to know what team is responsible for something to find it. Look at the bottom of the page though. Most pages will have information on who you need to contact if you need further assistance or information about a topic.