Get to know The Newsroom, a new way to find out what's going on at Seminole State.
The Newsroom offers immediacy and convenience because it is updated daily with the latest news and includes live feeds to the College’s official Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr accounts.
“No longer do you need to wait for a weekly e-mail like Connection for your news,” says Communications Manager Jay Davis. “Add The Newsroom to your list of favorites, and check it daily for the latest news, events and information about Seminole State.”
The Newsroom is easy to find because it’s linked off the home page and MySeminoleState.
One of the biggest improvements is an expanded calendar of collegewide events, Davis said. The new calendar includes information on events for students, faculty and staff and community members.
The calendar is a response to recent focus groups and surveys with students, faculty and staff.
“They said they wanted a better way to learn about what’s going on at Seminole State,” Davis says. “We answered with a calendar that allows them to check out everything the college has to offer, all in one place.” The calendar also presents events by category, and by day, week or month.
Other features include:
The Newsroom corresponded with the recent Web site redesign. All changes were completed entirely in-house by the College's telecommunications, communications and design teams
Faculty, staff and students can request inclusion of their upcoming events through the TIM system. Look under communications (“Submit News Story” or “Request Event Publicity”). News tips also can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the College Relations & Marketing Web site for more information.
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