Erasmus School of Economics is building a new website
At this moment Erasmus School of Economics is building a completely new website that will replace the current one. This new website will be launched before the end of 2017. It is going to be mobile friendly and will include various interactive functionalities that our visitors nowadays have come to expect from a modern website.
In the first week of September a major step was taken. During a migration all approved content from the old web system has been migrated automatically to the new system. This migration took two days to complete.
In the coming months our webteam, in close cooperation with other faculties and departments of Erasmus University Rotterdam, will manually build a new website from the information from the old website. The result will be visible in December after the official launch of our new website.
TED talk and information meeting for researchers
Before the new website will be launched the university will organise several interesting events for employees to introduce them to all the changes.
In September Erasmus University Rotterdam will organise a special event for researchers. The focus of that event will be the online sharing of knowledge, information and experiences.
On 17 October 2017 Erasmus University Rotterdam will organise a TED talk entitled ‘Content Marketing’ and which will include a forum discussion and audience participation. More information on these events will follow.
In the coming months our webteam will be working behind the scenes to finalise the new website. For regular staff this will not be visible before the official launch of our new website. But for colleagues who are maintaining webpages this will be more noticeable. They will be informed about the developments regularly through emails and meetings.
Suggestions and questions for the webteam
If you have questions, remarks or issues regarding our website (old or new), feel free to contact the ESE Webteam by email on email@example.com or visit us at the web command center at H6.19.