INFORMATION RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (IRM) SECTION
You may be aware that following the launch of the new Student web site, there has been a change to updating content and information on these pages.
All requests submitted to IRM will be completed as per the standard procedure but the update will be submitted to workflow to be approved by your Manager. Once approved, your update will be sent to the workflow to be published by the Web Publisher. If at any stage an update is rejected, IRM will be alerted and we will follow up with the original requester.
Preferred contact method and work request submissions
Please remember to use the IRM Work Request Form to submit work requests.
For general IRM requests, email firstname.lastname@example.org
For queries relating to Course Progression, email email@example.com.
Email notifications have been sent to Faculty Executive Officers and key stakeholders to advise that they can commence the update process.
Due Dates are:
- Course Browser and Handbook Master files: 4 May 2016
- All other files: 25 May 2016
We are finalising the 2016 updates for courses that are currently live in Course Progression
We continue to run ad hoc training for Faculty staff for Course Progression as and when required. We generally require that Faculty staff receive training before their access is granted.
Accessibility audits of the public, Staff and Students website were undertaken by Vision Australia at the request of Web Services.
We have implemented these changes where appropriate and continue to ensure that our web pages follow accessibility and writing for the web guidelines.
When submitting work requests, please use the IRM Work Request Form and ensure that the wording complies with the Student Administration Style Guide located in the All Student Admin section of Knowledge Manager.
Student Notices and Alerts
Changes to Student Notices or alerts should also be submitted via the IRM Upload Request form. Please remember to visit the Student Notices and the student site (alerts on right hand side of page) regularly to ensure it stays current.