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Thinking of creating a website?
Then you have come to the right place!
The PVAC/ESSL wordpress hosting service provides a platform for rapid website development for Researchers and Academics within the two Faculties. The service currently hosts over 100 sites ranging from single page conference mini-sites to medium sized (100-300 pages) sites and blogs for a wide range of Research Centres and Projects.
Latest Additions to this site
- A Wordpress FAQ aimed at administrators of Wordpress sites
- A downloadable development guide for external suppliers for commissioners of websites. This outlines the standards expected of external suppliers if they develop sites for this service.
- Top tips for producing a good website - some pointers to help you get started.
- Wordpress Editing Guide - some tips on using wordpress and avoiding common pitfalls.
- A new site to disseminate the findings of an AHRC funded research project (through its connected communities funding programme) has been launched this week by Helen Graham in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies and Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage. Visit the site at heritagedecisions.leeds.ac.uk
- A new site for the research project/network South-North Dialogues on Children of Migrants (SOUNDS) has just been launched. The project is currently run by Rosa Mas Giralt, with two colleagues in the School of Geography Dr Robert Vanderbeck and Dr Louise Waite. Visit the SOUNDS website here: sounds.leeds.ac.uk
- The website for the Fine Art Degree Show 2015 was launched today. The University of Leeds Fine Art Degree Show 2015 brings together 36 artists, working across media. The site showcases work by all the artists and holds information about events leading up to and during the degree show, as well as a degree show blog. Visit the site here: shiftleeds.co.uk
- The website for the Centre for Interdisciplinary Genders Studies has been re-developed in Wordpress and was launched here this week. The old site was becoming difficult to maintain - moving the site into Wordpress will enable researchers and academics at the Centre to contribute to the site more easily, and start to run a blog about their research activities. The new site can be accessed at gender-studies.leeds.ac.uk