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 Community :: University activities > Communications
Effective communication with its members is vital for a Students' Union's activities. I helped with this in a number of ways while at University.
Communications

4th year
  I created the online version of the Students' Union newspaper impact as Online Editor. I created the site to fill what I saw as a gap in the University's communication with placement students and other students not on campus - allowing them to keep up to date in the latest news affecting students wherever they are.

As Online Editor, I was in charge of the development and maintainance of the online version of the newspaper. I was also responsible for the training, development and recruitment of the group of students who worked on the new site.

As one of the Section Editors of the newspaper, I was also involved in the development and direction of the paper.
4th year - 5th year
  The Students' Union had never really used the Internet as a media for communication with students, so in my fourth year I created and maintained the Students' Union website, bathstudent.com as a way to address this gap. It's success led to the purchase of a new more complex site, which I helped to implement and administrate.
All years
  I wrote a number of articles which were printed in the Students' Union newspaper, impact.
Placement Mailing list
3rd year
  I created and managed a mailing list for computing students on placement, so that we could keep in touch while we were all working in various parts of the country. This allowed us to find out what sort of work each other were doing, as well as providing support when we encountered problems. The list received dozens of emails every day, with about a dozen subscribers.

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