David Gilani

What’s going on!? – Better Activity Communication

From society activity to fundraisers, Performing Arts shows to committee meetings, elections to Sunday Carvery… there is SO much stuff that students do here at Southampton, that often it can be hard to keep up. That’s why we want your help to improve how we communicate these opportunities here at SUSU.

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We currently have our SUSU.org calendar, where you can lots of different things that go on. Of course we have our Sabbatical Blogs, and new to this year our news feed to help communicate these opportunities better to students. We furthermore use Facebook and Twitter… but what more can we do to get out these activities to students?

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Quite simply put… we do far too much stuff, so our communication channels will always be stretched to fit it all in. Whether it be ways to improve our current communication of stuff that goes on, or completely new ways we want to hear your thoughts. Use the comment section below (or this survey if you’d rather others don’t publicly see it) to let us know your thoughts.

How can our calendar be more accessible to you? Is there stuff that we don’t communicate enough of at the moment / stuff we miss off our calendar? How do YOU keep up with what’s going on? Would you like RSS Feeds (mailing lists) for stuff that goes on? What areas would you like included?

ANY comments are appreciated, so that we can continue to get out to more so that students don’t ever feel like they’re missing out.

Communications Love

Davey G

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2 Comments on "What’s going on!? – Better Activity Communication"

  1. David
    13/03/2013 at 12:23 pm Permalink

    As well as the usual activities in SUSU venues such as Kareoke, Sunday Carvery, Cinema etc. appearing on each persons calendar, after the Bunfight have a sort of ‘subscribe’ type system whereby students can tick off from a list the societies they are interested in, and then only events for those societies will appear on their calendar. Each student can hear about as many society events as they wish, and it helps encourage societies to keep on top of advertising their events.

  2. David
    Tom Camfield
    13/03/2013 at 5:59 pm Permalink

    I’d definitely add society meetings & events.

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