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Web request 

When requesting updates

  • Keep it simple - If it’s too big a task to write down in the form then arrange a meeting with us

  • Be specific about what you want us to do. We manage a lot of websites and content. Always include a URL so we know which page(s) you are referring to

  • Don't forward long threaded emails - we don't have time to read through/interpret them, so often the real task will be missed.

Please note, if you have a social media request, please email and include your priority in the subject line. Social media requests are not managed by the Web Team.

Urgency of requests

A rough guide to which priority to select:

  • High - business critical and cannot wait e.g. there’s some information that’s wrong that could get us in legal trouble, there’s an event happening tomorrow.
  • Medium - should be done in the next two or five days e.g. an event that’s due to run the following week, a news article, an error that it is important to correct, a new unit offered on a course
  • Low - updates to information that need to be made but won't cause issues if it takes more than a week e.g. a broken link on a page that’s not visited often, routine or cosmetic changes that don’t really affect the operation of the site or our users’ ability to complete tasks (replacing a photo, uploading minutes from a committee meeting)

Web Request Form ››

Browser compatability

Internet Explorer users may find the form doesn't work properly. We recommend using Chrome or Firefox.

If you want to give feedback on the form/system email or leave comments below.

Faculty profile requests

We do NOT manage Faculty profiles or Pure profile pages

Read more about how to set up a faculty profile or request an update

Faculty profiles are managed through Pure. For help and advice contact the Research Office.

Faculty Profile Requests ››

Video requests

Please complete the video form if you have booked or are planning to book any professional filming or video editing work with one of our suppliers.

Video Form ››

Working with Dynomite

Dynomite will upload videos directly to YouTube. You should:

  • make sure subtitles are uploaded as a separate file. We won't publish videos without subtitles.
  • submit a web request to let us know it's been uploaded. We will edit the title, description, thumbnail and, if necessary, add course disclaimers

Other videos

  • Send us the original file, with the subtitles as a separate file
  • Submit a web request
  • We will upload the video, edit the title and description and publish the video

Photography requests

Please complete the photography form if you have booked or are planning to book any professional photography work with one of our suppliers.

Photo Form ››

Digital signage requests

Please complete the digital signage form if you are planning to add any slides to the screens in the school of management building.

More information on digital signage

Digital Signage Form ››

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