Tuesday, March 23, 2021
In the project updates that have published over the last few weeks, we’ve shared some of the key outcomes that have been achieved during the planning phase of this multi-year Dal.ca Web Renewal Project. Now, we are preparing to kick off the discovery phase and are excited to reveal the creative agency partner who is going to help us take the next steps in shaping a new dal.ca.
Friday, March 19, 2021
In order to build on our initial engagement efforts and findings to enact the large-scale change that’s required to build a new dal.ca, the dal.ca web renewal project team is working to better understand the current website and web author community.
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Over the last few months, the Web Renewal Project team initiated research activities to engage the Dalhousie community including a series of information and engagement sessions for faculty and staff and surveys of our AEM authors and dal.ca visitors. These initial engagement efforts allowed us to gather rich feedback from our community, about dal.ca and our current content management system. This update shares our findings from this initial phase of research.
Friday, December 18, 2020
Since announcing the dal.ca renewal project in October 2020, our project team has been engaged in several planning activities and has heard from close to 1,000 within the Dalhousie community who have completed our web feedback survey (open until January 31, 2021), participated in one of our 13 faculty information/engagement sessions, or took time to send us their thoughts by email.
Wednesday, October 7, 2020
If ever there was a time in recent history when the importance of digital technology and its ease of use has been brought to the forefront of our daily lives, it’s 2020. Whether grocery shopping, banking, supporting the local businesses we love, and learning – COVID-19 has ensured that we’re doing it mostly online.