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Thursday, 20 October 2016

Content Strategy for the Web receives international approval

Desirée Leonardi, a Library Assistant based in Rome, shares her thoughts.

Content Strategy delegateIn October 2016, I attended Content Strategy for the Web, with Sue Davis, and found it useful and well organized. The course was well structured, with both theoretical parts and practical exercises.

I work in a library and have no previous editing or publishing experience, so I was worried that the course might be too technical. Nevertheless, was suitable for differing realities. Sue encouraged us to ask questions and discuss the issues we were facing in our daily jobs so that she could give us relevant advice and dispel our doubts.

I gained confidence in dealing with content on the web and received good advice on how to make my organization's homepage more appealing and searchable for users. I had the chance to compare my experience with people from different backgrounds and was grateful for the opportunity to exchange ideas and approaches.

I was encouraged to share my queries, thoughts and findings, thanks to a relaxed atmosphere and a sympathetic teacher.

By the end of the course, I had cultivated some good ideas to apply to the web page of my library and the will to dig deeper into some recommended tools and issues that arose during the day.

I strongly recommend this course to everyone wishing to acquire skills in the use of web content and looking for some good tips and a new élan.

For more information and to book, visit Content Strategy for the Web (now run virtually).