- Association of Women on Campus at the University of Melbourne (AWCUM)
- Themis User Group (TUG)
- Web Forum
- Faculty Online Communications Group
- Web Accessibility Network for Australian Universities (WANAU)
Association of Women on Campus at the University of Melbourne (AWCUM)
AWCUM promotes and maintains a strong support network for all women employed by the University of Melbourne both academic and professional staff. AWCUM's aim is to encourage friendship and generate a strong network for women at all levels at the University. It provides a platform for women's issues in the workplace and its changing environment. High quality seminars and workshops, presented by experts in a wide range of fields, provide, improve and enhance professional skills. AWCUM also supports the activities of the Equal Opportunity Unit and Affirmative Action Program at the University. The AWCUM Bookclub convenes once a month and is a good opportunity for networking and discussing fiction and non-fiction in a relaxed atmosphere.
Themis User Group (TUG)
The Themis User Group (TUG) is the main forum where Themis issues are raised and discussed. TUG Meeting are suited to regulars users of Themis Financials, HR and Research, as well as Training Administrators and staff who support the Self Services functions in their own faculties or departments. Speakers include staff from Financial Operations, Human Resources, the Research Office as well as staff from Information Services who are responsible for maintaining, developing and supporting the system.
Meetings are held on the 1st Thursday of every second month.
Web Forum is a community of practice for all University staff involved in web management, development and maintenance. Brownbag lunch seminars, informal 'web cuppa' gatherings, information sessions and other events are held regularly throughout the year. Subscribe to the Web Forum email discussion list to stay informed of University web activities and keep in touch with other web staff.
Faculty Online Communications Group
Online communications across the university are extensive and complex. The majority of websites, web applications and web content is developed and owned by the faculties. The Faculty Online Communications Group (FOCG) provides a forum for collaboration and control across the faculties, with the aim at improving university web presence and functionality. The FOCG comprises faculty web managers and other interested members from across the university.
For further information, contact Joanne Sullivan, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences on 8344 4511.
Web Accessibility Network for Australian Universities (WANAU)
The Web Accessibility Network for Australian Universities (WANAU) is an informal group of university people who share a common interest in the network's objectives. Members include disability support staff, technical staff, web and instructional designers, academic and teaching staff, administrators and policy officers, and students. WANAU aims to raise awareness of the problems encountered by people with disabilities that affect their use of the web, and help our universities to make their web sites accessible.