The successful delivery of content requires people, process and technology to work seamlessly. The challenge for content professionals in large educational organisations is how to do this across departmental silos, with limited time and resource.
In this webinar recording Rich Prowse, Head of Digital at the University of Bath, covers how to create a repeatable system for the production and distribution of high-quality content. Using practical examples Rich demonstrates how you can use ContentOps to scale content delivery as demands on your organisation change.
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This recording is for people responsible for content in large education organisations who want a practical understanding of how to design processes and systems that allow them to deliver content fast while scaling it across different devices, channels and platforms.
Richard Prowse is Head of Digital at the University of Bath and a leading content strategist in higher education. He is best known for his work on adopting an agile approach to delivery and his work on structured content.
Rich leads a multi-disciplinary team of content creators, user experience designers and developers at the University of Bath who are responsible for bath.ac.uk. The team has been working on an ambitious programme to transform the University’s digital marketing and communications platforms.
Co-chair of ContentEd 2018, Rich regularly shares his experiences and knowledge at higher education content conferences in the UK and the US.
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