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Building our new Core System together

We spoke to Subject Matter Experts during the due diligence sessions, to get their opinions on being involved in the process.

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SEP Newsletter January 2019

Service Excellence Programme Lead Barry Neilson looks ahead to programme highlights in 2019.

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Document Management - UX Showcase lightning talk

Nicola Dobiecka summarises user research undertaken by the User Experience Service from June to August 2018, in support of the Sharepoint Service as they shape their provision to the University…

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BI Tools - UX Showcase lightning talk

Nicola Dobiecka summarises user research undertaken by the User Experience Service from June to August 2018, in support of the BI/MI Service as they shape their provision to the University with the…

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MyEd - UX Showcase lightning talk

Nicola Dobiecka summarises user research and design work undertaken by the User Experience Service in support of the MyEd Portal Service from June to December 2018.

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Learn Foundations - UX Showcase lightning talk

Duncan Stephen summarises user research and usability testing undertaken by the User Experience Service in support of the Learn Foundations Project from September to December 2018.

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UX Showcase intro and Service update

Neil Allison introduces the December 2018 User Experience Service Showcase event. In this talk he emphasises the value of investment in unbiased user requirements gathering, focusing on broader user…

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Professor Geoff Simm: Inaugural lecture: Thought for Food - Food for Thought?

Inaugural lecture by Professor Geoff Simm, Professor of Global Agriculture and Food SecurityRecorded 3/12/2018 at the Roslin Auditorium. Abstract:Feeding the world's growing population well -…

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Service Excellence Programme update

Sally Priestly and Sarah MacKenzie discuss progress on the Service Excellence Programme. ECA Staff Forum channel on Media Hopper: https://edin.ac/2LgP9i8 ECA Staff Forum on the ECA intranet…

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One Health online masters: Kelvin Momanyi - graduate testimonial

A masters degree in One Health helped Kelvin get the job he wanted, opening up opportunities for him in his career. Join our online community:…

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Interview with Chris MacLeod the new Student Administration & Support Programme Lead

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From  Tim Gray 7 Months ago 0 likes 154 views 0  

SA&S Designing our future together

Key stakeholders in this important sub-programme within SEP discuss important aspects of the programme.

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Meet Phil Spencer

Interview with Phil Spencer - Director of HR Operations

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EDUROAM Connection App

The Innovation Project Team presents their project detailing how the new EDUROAM Connection App will make a big difference to students connecting to EDUROAM secure network.

From  Tim Gray 11 Months ago 0 likes 241 views 0  

SEP team: Spotlight on. . .part two

In the second part of our spotlight on SEP team, members of the Service Excellence Programme (SEP) share their current activities and hopes for the University as a result of SEP.

From  Tim Gray A year ago 0 likes 112 views 0