Learning and professional development online communities

Image of translation button
By Vincenzo Gambino
Sometimes a client has the need to deliver content in different languages from their website to increase traffic and have more visibility across the web. Drupal has two main modules to implement translation of content in order to make a site multilingual.
Cambridge University Centre
By Leon Tong
As part of the Estate Management division, the Cambridge University Centre offers social facilities for graduate and research students, as well as University and College staff, alumni and their guests. However, the Centre’s website wasn’t providing its super clever/organised/busy students with a supportive enough online platform. So we came along with our (almost as) clever selves to help the Centre’s online presence match their offline facilities.
Tate turbinegeneration
By Leon Tong
Turbinegeneration is an international schools project – an annual commission that invites school and college students from across the world to combine ideas and create pieces inspired by exhibitions at Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall. Considering its international user base, it was essential that an online community was built in order for art to be shared and seen by all taking part.
By jenny
Day one of the British Educational Training and Technology Show (BETT) is complete and we have made some interesting connections already with the likes of the Open University, a large Welsh schools association and linked up with an old friend, Pete Langely at the Student Room.
Cima girl with ipad
By bladmin
As the world’s largest and leading professional body of management accountants, we were extremely excited to embark on a brand new project with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).