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New University websites launched this March

Exams Office website

Examinations Office website

Reading Studentpad

http://www.readingstudentpad.co.uk/

The Accommodation Office has developed this site in association with the nationwide organisation Studentpad.co.uk, to provide a searchable database of private accommodation for current students.

University of Reading Employees' Pension Fund (UREPF) consultation

http://www.reading.ac.uk/internal/urepf-consultation/urepf-homepage.aspx

The University has launched a consultation with members and prospective members of UREPF about suggested changes to the scheme. This new website houses all information about the consultation for current and prospective members of the UREPF, including FAQs and details of the consultation's progress which will be updated throughout its duration.

Procurement

http://www.reading.ac.uk/procurement/

The new digital home for Procurement provides a central place for all information relating to: purchasing cards, ordering goods and services, the University's contracted suppliers, tenders and P2P requisitioning.

Examinations Office

http://www.reading.ac.uk/exams/

The Examinations Office website has been re-launched to provide easily accessible exams related information for students and staff - from extenuating circumstances procedures and useful information about timetables and results day, to the exams handbook and University exams policies.

Department of Art

http://www.reading.ac.uk/art/

The departments of Fine Art and History of Art have merged to create the Department of Art, within the School of Arts and Communication Design. This website reflects those changes and brings everything together in one place.

Department of Modern Languages and European Studies

http://www.reading.ac.uk/modern-languages-and-european-studies/

The Department of Modern Languages and European Studies is a newly structured and expanding department within the School of Literature and Languages.

Minorities research theme

http://www.reading.ac.uk/minorities/

‘Minority Identities: Rights and Representation' is a Faculty of Arts and Humanities research theme, which brings together research from across the Faculty. This website provides information about the theme, as well as the many projects and events which are organised as part of it.


If you are thinking of using the web to promote your activities, please contact the Digital Development team in the first instance.

If you are aware of any other new or useful websites which you think may be of interest to other colleagues, please do let us know - communications@reading.ac.uk

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