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Want to improve IT and Communication Services for staff? Share your feedback over a FREE Lunch!

last modified May 04, 2016 10:51 AM

University Information Services (UIS) are running a project to better understand the communication needs of different user groups across the University. They are undertaking user/customer interviews to determine what interaction staff have with IT services and how it could be improved.
 
UIS would like to speak to members of the Postdocs community to:

  • Understand and support the requirements of the user communities within the University.
  • Actively involve our users in the management and development of our services.
  • Promote our services to users so that an individual user in a particular role, e.g. research, can find out about services that  are relevant to them.
  • Provide regular, appropriate communication and consultation with the collegiate university and help to deliver a detailed knowledge of requirements, issues and opportunities.


The meeting would last for an hour, at the Postdoc Centre, date and time to be confirmed.

Lunch will be provided.

For more information please contact Emma Sherlock:

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