Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/knowledge/
With another successful graduation behind us, and the summer in full swing, we wanted to let you know about a few changes that we’re making to the Knowledge Centre this month.
Over the past six months the Knowledge Centre team has been delving into current research happening around the University, and publishing content grouped into fortnightly themes. We’ve looked at a diverse range of subjects from Security and Terrorism to Global Powers and Knowledge Exchange (if you’d like a complete rundown, you’ll find everything under the Themes tab at the top of the home page). The aim has been to build some handy learning resources for you, as well as to entertain and to keep you up-to-date with news at Warwick.
We’ll be keeping the themed content exactly where it is, so you can come back to it whenever you like, but for the remainder of the summer we’re taking a break from themes and taking a broader look at Warwick’s research activity, with the aim of covering even more departments and making even more links across the University.
As ever, we’d love your feedback on the site, so do let us know which themes you’ve enjoyed or what sorts of subjects/departments you’d like us to cover in the future (you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet us @WarwicKnowledgeor leave a comment below). And if you’d like to write an article for us, we’d love to hear from you. Getting your work published on the Knowledge Centre website is a great way of showcasing your research and encouraging debate.
We hope you that you’ll check back next week to see our new content, and enjoy discovering some of the diverse projects that are currently underway at Warwick.