Higher education

Accessibility practices higher education establishments should be using

In the third of our four part series on higher education and accessibility, we look at what procedures and practices higher education establishments should be using to make their digital services more accessible.

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Accessibility, Higher education

Challenges that higher education face in becoming accessible

In the second of our four part series on higher education and accessibility, we look at the challenges higher education establishments face in making their digital services accessible.

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Accessibility, Higher education

University of Winchester Website – Accessibility audit and statement

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Accessibility, Communications, Higher education, Management, Terminalfour

Queen Mary University London’s First Personalised Digital Prospectus

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Web Wonders, Development, Higher education, Terminalfour

Queen Mary University London – Training teams in content management

As long-standing delivery partners of Queen Mary University London, HeX helped train their content editors to effectively use the terminalfour content management system

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Higher education, Terminalfour, Training

University of Winchester Intranet – Accessibility Audit and Statement

HeX were key partners in the auditing of University of Winchester’s intranet system, and the creation of an accompanying accessibility statement.

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Accessibility, Intranet, Higher education

Queen Mary University London (QMUL) – Web Support

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Development, Maintenance, Support, Higher education, Terminalfour

HeX hosts Global GovJam 2018

As an organiser of any event there will always be apprehension and nerves.  Thankfully we were surrounded by an amazing bunch of people who were around to calm the nerves, share their knowledge and support HeX in their very first Global GovJam in Nottingham.

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Local Gov, Team, Content, Development, Events, Insights, Higher education

The new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR): How SMEs will need to react

From May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulations will officially come into force. Should you be preparing?

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Industry, Government, Higher education, Content, Email marketing, Insights

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