Student First Programme Communications Advisor, Nicki Tipa was excited to launch the programme’s new intranet site at the July Community Update. The Student First Programme team creates a wealth of resources for its stakeholders, including user guides, news articles and videos, but without a place to house them, they go underutilised. The main driver for the new site was to give the programme’s stakeholders increased access to resources and the ability to easily share these with their teams.
The Student First Programme Intranet is visible only to UC staff, so when you first visit you’ll need to set up your login details. Here’s some quick instructions to get you up and running:
- Go to Student First Programme Intranet. (We recommend using Chrome.)
- You will be sent to a WordPress login page – Enter your UC credentials and check the ‘remember me’ box so the details are saved. Click LOG IN.
- You should now see the SFP home page, bookmark this for future reference.
The site is still a work in progress and the team welcomes your feedback. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student First Programme’s Process Manager, Tim Hatherley-Green, updated the Community Group on upcoming releases for the remainder of 2019 where the Programme will continue to focus on building more functionality into ourUC (the replacement for Jade), where staff will do their work in the future.
Rachel Montejo, Student First Programme Project Manager – Academic, announced the Programme’s trial of a new Skype Hotline to provide additional support for UC staff helping students during the busy mid-year enrolment period.
See the highlights of the July community update here (14 mins):
What’s the latest?
Release 14.0 is the latest from the Student First Programme and will provide foundation benefits for 2020 enrolment enhancements.
This release affected a small number of staff in the College of Arts and featured improvements to workflows such as qualifications with automatic approval being ‘turned on’ to enable them to be processed through ourUC. This release also included an exciting update for better application administration with the creation of the first version of the Task Manager where staff will access their tasks in the future.
The greatest benefit of this release is that the successful deployment of the Qualification entry and Task Manager for the College of Arts provides proof these enhancements can be rolled out for other Colleges in the future.
Watch out for more news about our upcoming releases and new features. If you have questions about the Student First Programme ask your manager or contact the team at email@example.com