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Opportunity for social media support for your organisation

Would you like to work with UWE students to develop a social media campaign or strategy for your organisation? 

The Computer Science and Creative Technologies department at UWE are seeking organisations who would be interested in working with students as part of their MSc module in Social Media and Web Science. The module runs from January to April 2018, and as part of the course students need to design a social media campaign or strategy in partnership with an organisation.

Deliverables will include:
– A strategy document with baseline & competitor research findings, strategic objectives, timelines and evaluation criteria
– Content samples / indicative posts

Please note that responsibility for the actual implementation will remain with the organisation, but students may be willing to help with this too.

For further information and to register your interest, please email hello@skillsbridge.ac.uk.

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