Project ID - TIS000724
Hazelwood College - School App/ Website & Social Media. To set up a school app on the College Website with links to important documents, images and pieces of information. To update the College Website. To launch social media in the College and set up Official Twitter & Facebook Accounts To write a College Social Media policy My aim would be that the UU student would work in conjunction with College staff to bring the College up to date with regards to digital technology as a means of communication.


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Project offered at

Hazelwood College
NEWTOWNABBEY
BT36 7ES

Contact

Bronagh McLaughlin

Student Skills

ICT/ Multimedia/ Digital Arts

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Formulating Policy Project Planning Project Evaulation Employability Skills such as Teamwork, Time Management, Working with Others.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Expertise in developing digital applications. Expertise in the use of Social Media.

Extra Information

Hazelwood College is a very forward thinking school, we want to move forward with the way we promote the College and make it accessible to others using digital applications/ Our website and through social Media.

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