Monthly Archives: December 2009

My MMU Usage on a Sunday

As you can see our usage on a Sunday has a strong bais towards the evening

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Office 2010 Useful Blogs

Microsoft’s blogs on Office 2010 are well worth reading http://blogs.technet.com/office2010/default.aspx This is the engineering blog and the web apps blog is http://blogs.msdn.com/officewebapps/ I love the office web apps I can see how they will be used everywhere within a few … Continue reading

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Sheffield University Information Commons

On Thursday 3/12/2009 Dee Vyas and I visited Sheffield University Information Commons, below are my impressions The Information Commons is a joint venture between the Library and Computing Services to provide the students with an informal working environment. It comprises … Continue reading

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Association of University Administrators

John Burgess of Recruitment & Admissions asked if we could do a staff only RSS feed of the Association of University Administrators news page. Happily we could agree and turned it round within the hour

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Careers and Employability Service

Katie Kilburn of the Careers and Employability Service approached the LRT team concerned that email sent to the All Student mailing list were not being seen as the All Student RSS feed only displays the last 5 items. In conversion … Continue reading

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WebCt and MMUB MBA students

The MBS students reported having problems accessing their web CT units in the MYMMU portal and the course administrator asked if the LRT team could help. The course administrator give me two IDs as examples of students who were having … Continue reading

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Adding new webpart zone to the top of the site

We wished to display the new unit survey web part above the normal Welcome message, but as standard it lacked a web part zone in the right place. So we needed to add a new web part zone This needed … Continue reading

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