- What is the Digital Estate for Communications?
- DE Comms Resources for UCC Staff and Students
- Getting a Website
- Using Social Media
- Available Resources
- Policies and Procedures
- Feedback and Improvement
Policies and Procedures
Digital Estate Policies and Procedures
Below you will find a list of policies, procedures, guidelines and position papers governing UCC's digital estate. You must familiarise yourself with all of these policies and procedures before taking over the management of any portion of UCC's digital estate.
Policies, Procedures and Guidelines
The primary policy governing UCC's digital estate is the Web and Social Media Policy. Please read this before undertaking any activity in relation to the creation and maintenance of any part of the university's digital estate.
|Apps Position Paper||This document outlines the official position of the digital estate working group with regards to the development of mobile apps for university use.||Approved|
|Branding Interim Guidelines||This provides branding guidelines for members of the university community.||Approved (Interim)|
This set of guidelines is intended to inform the UCC ‘preferred panel of suppliers’ of the film production process within the university.
|iTunes U Guidelines||These guidelines outline the content upload procedure for academic and non academic content to UCC's iTunes U platform.||Approved|
|Language Style Guide||The purpose of this document is to show members of the UCC community how to write effectively for an online audience.||Approved|
|Metadata ChecklistMetadata Checklist (281kB)||This document outlines how to apply metadata to your UCC digital assets.||Draft|
|Web and Social Media Policy||This policy clarifies how the University governs this digital estate and also provides guidelines for users when creating non-academic digital content on behalf of the University.||Approved|
|Website Style Guide (draft)||This document outlines how to apply UCC's brand guidelines and visual identity to webpages.||Draft|