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A pilot campaign on promoting Alternatives to Travel ran from June to December 2012 in 5 University of Bristol departments, this included the provision of online support materials, offers of individual or group training and limited provision of headsets and webcams to get people started using virtual meetings technologies. The campaign was initiated with an email sent from the Head of Department (or sent on their behalf) to all staff to promote the pilot (with reminders sent out in September/October). The emails were supported by a series of posters which were provided to departments to put up in public areas such as coffee areas, lifts, backs of toilet doors, etc. The uptake of training and requests for equipment was disappointingly low; there were ten formal training sessions undertaken during the six month pilot across the 5 departments. Greening Events Project #jiscge2
Details Created on Monday, 30 September 2013 22:34 The release of the 2.05RC1 is a first step for the feature freeze on 2.05 which will happen on October, 8th.
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