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CAP2- Healthy working livesInternship

Focusing specifically on:

wellbeing webpages wellbeing newsletterhelping set up a network of local champions

Webpages:number of clicks

accessibility

path to find pages

Webpage

Current Staff

Wellbeing and community

Health and Fitness

Mental Wellbeing

Healthy Working Lives and Wellbeing informationWebpages:number of clicks

accessibility

path to find pages

Webpages:

Webpage

Current Staff

Healthy Working Lives and Wellbeing informationnumber of clicks

accessibility

path to find pages

Accessibility of webpage:Links on all of CAPOD pages to the wellbeing webpage.

Link from Main homepage straight to site:Wellbeing also ranked first in list

Stage 1- contacting other Scottish UniversitiesAwarded a HWL Gold award:

Edinburgh UniversityHeriot Watt UniversityEdinburgh Napier UniversityGlasgow Caledonian University

Award a HWL Silver award:

University of AbertayUniversity of Aberdeen

Stage 1- contacting other Scottish UniversitiesAwarded a HWL Gold award:

Edinburgh UniversityHeriot Watt UniversityEdinburgh Napier UniversityGlasgow Caledonian University

Award a HWL Silver award:

University of AbertayUniversity of Aberdeen

Newsletter

Problems other Universities experienced with their newsletter:

1. someone needs to input time to successfully have an ongoing newsletter

Problems other Universities experienced with their newsletter:

1. someone needs to input time to successfully have an ongoing newsletter

2. an interesting newsletter needs contributors from various areas within the UniversityProblems other Universities experienced with their newsletter:

1. someone needs to input time to successfully have an ongoing newsletter

2. an interesting newsletter needs contributors from various areas within the University

3. the newsletter design has to fit the Universitys protocol

Problems other Universities experienced with their newsletter:

1. someone needs to input time to successfully have an ongoing newsletter

2. an interesting newsletter needs contributors from various areas within the University

3. the newsletter design has to fit the Universitys protocol

4. distribution/mailing lists must comply with University procedures

Problems other Universities experienced with their newsletter:

1. someone needs to input time to successfully have an ongoing newsletter

2. an interesting newsletter needs contributors from various areas within the University

3. the newsletter design has to fit the Universitys protocol

4. distribution/mailing lists must comply with University procedures

5. need to advertise the newsletterProblems other Universities experienced with their newsletter:

Stage 2- finding contributors: Wellbeing and engagement group- different areas within the University

Executive chef providing a healthy recipe for each newsletter- Mark Nixon

Stage 3- complying with University protocol Print and design

IT

Corporate communications

Stage 4- distribution/ mailing list Met with corporate communications

Stage 4- distribution/ mailing list Met with corporate communications

Problems: have to opt in

Resolved by advertising newsletter and ability to opt in

Stage 5: Advertising the newsletter

in the loop

Stage 5: Advertising the newsletter

in the loop

July the 3rd and again a week before the launch

Final plan for newsletter:After trying many different software, Canva was the most straightforward.

Canva files are small, images down to 600px width for easier opening.

Images uploaded onto MailChimp, tested by a web designer within the University.