In order to help us keep track of and more efficiently execute requests for online marketing material such as photography, videos, websites, social media graphics, and digital signages, as well as physical media such as banners, brochures, and flyers; we have created and online booking system that will be monitored by the College MIRO and Online Media Developer.
To request marketing materials please visit this link and follow the short form: https://unioflincoln.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ezZLApFlfxkotUN
In order to better understand how we can work with staff across the college to promote the great research and events taking place I have created a short Qualtrics survey. We’re looking to not only increase awareness of what we do for the college and what support we can provide to academics and research groups, but also to see what areas we can include on the website as a general help tool. The results of this survey will help us to support the college better with it’s digital promotion. The survey is anonymous and should only take a couple of minutes to fill out and can be found at this link: https://unioflincoln.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_erm3rYQF77HriSx
Your help in providing feedback on this is greatly appreciated.
In the meantime if you have any other questions regarding social media, blogs, corporate website updates, photography, and video please contact myself or my colleague Amy Gillard, or look through this which includes an FAQ, help guides and quick start videos on a number of topics.
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Back in September at the College Open Day I introduced the College’s Online Media Strategy; a document that set’s out our vision for external facing media over the next few years which will include all websites and blogs, social media, video, photography, digital signage, and speculative areas such as augmented/virtual reality.