Guidelines for messages in the FASoS Weekly

How to submit a message
You can submit your message by completing the submission form. In order to prevent reader fatigue messages will only be posted once, unless there is a good reason to repeat it a second time.

Specify the group or groups that should receive this message:

  • FASoS employees (including PhD candidates)
  • FASoS bachelor’s students
  • FASoS master’s students

Messages should be submitted before 17.00 on Wednesday; the FASoS Weekly is sent on Thursday afternoon. Messages received after 17.00 on Wednesday will be published in the FASoS Weekly the week after.

It is not possible to reply to the FASoS Weekly email. Readers should contact the sender of that message with any questions or comments.

Message content and format
Messages should be relevant to staff and/or students, so about FASoS education, FASoS research or faculty matters. All messages have to be submitted in English. Messages in any another language will not be published; the sender will be asked to re-submit the message in English for next week’s edition. All messages are edited for correct use of the English language (not the attachments).

Messages for the FASoS weekly should not exceed 450 characters (including spaces). There is an option to publish more text in the read more section. It is also possible to include a link to further information. This can be a URL, email address and/or description of where to find more information (for example in the Student Portal, My FASoS, etc.). PDF files, pictures and/or logos can also be included.

Messages from a third party (i.e. unrelated to FASoS) will not be accepted, even when on topics such as career events, internships, job adverts, surveys or thesis related. Third party messages are accepted only from those who collaborate closely with a FASoS department or a FASoS linked study association, and the message must be submitted by a contact at FASoS or a FASoS study association.

A special format for ‘FASoS Colloquium’ announcements
For ‘FASoS Colloquium’ announcements there is a fixed format that includes the Title (FASoS Colloquium), the title of the subject of the colloquium and the speakers, the date, time and location.

Under ‘Read more’ the sender of the FASoS Colloquium has the opportunity to elaborate about the FASoS Colloquium (for example to include the abstract and the short bio).

Example:
FASoS Colloquium: ‘Presence in (research) practice’
Speakers: Ike Kamphof, Ruud Hendriks, Louis van den Hengel, Renée van de Vall
When: Wednesday 5 June 2013, 15.30 – 17.30
Where: Spiegelzaal, Soironbuilding, Grote Gracht 80-82

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