Follow us on Social Media
The School of Humanities has a profile on a number of social media platforms:
If you have an upcoming event/campaign please send details to Christelle.LeRiguer@glasgow.ac.uk and she will share the details on the School platforms.
Social Media Guidelines
These guidelines will help you set up and maintain your channels and collectively build on the ‘UofG’ brand:
How can I update my staff profile page?
Before you can manage and update your profile, there are a few simple steps to complete:
- locate your profile to confirm that it has been created;
- download the PDF training resources;
- register for t4 access or forward your details to the School Web Editor, who can update your profile for you.
- your work address comes from Core (see pages 3 and 4 of Managing your research profile: training and registration)
- your publications come from Enlighten and cannot be edited in t4 - please update your records in Enlighten. You can also create a 'Selected Publications' list to highlight key items at the top of your Publications tab (see page 5 of Managing your research profile: training and registration)
- Affiliate staff don't get a full profile to edit as profiles are only for R&T staff with current research interests.
- Useful guides:
How do I set up a webpage for my research project/group?
Please contact the School web editor with the relevant information and images. Even if your project has an external website/blog/other, we want to include at least a paragraph and a link on the School website, so please email the School web editor with details.
You may find guidance on creating web content from the Communications Office which has created a series of tools and guidance that can help you to:
- understand how web users read online
- streamline your pages so that users can find what they need
- create copy that users will want to read
- make sure that your pages are consistent with the University’s brand and tone of voice.
How do I suggest a news story?
- Summary - one or two sentences
- Full story or event details - between one and five paragraphs
- Relevant Subject area(s) - so the item can be posted on the Subject page(s) as well as the School page, if appropriate
Optional but recommended:
- who to contact for info
If you wish to include a picture alongside the headline and summary (like here) then this must be 158x113 px (the School Web Editor can crop and resize images if needed). The School Web Editor will let you know when the item will go online. Please note it may take a few days to get your story online.
You can also submit news stories for inclusion on the main University news page. Find relevant contact details in the footer of that page.
How can I promote my event?
The School events calendar is run through Google Calendar.
If you have a School-related event to promote then please email the School Web Editor including the following details:
- Event title
- Date, time and venue
- Event details
- Who to contact for more info
- Subject Area (if none is specified it will be added as a School-wide event)
Thanks to the Google Calendar functionality, School events automatically appear on the College of Arts'google calendar too, so there's no need to contact them separately.
- University: If you wish you are welcome to submit your event for inclusion on the main University events page via the 'Submit an event' link at the bottom of that page.
- College: 'What's on in the College of Arts': send details of any public facing events to firstname.lastname@example.org. A fortnighly email is sent to all newsletter subscribers . Activities that aren’t open to the public can also be sent, and will be included in the internal weekly listings.