Worktribe July 2023 release taking functionality to the next level.


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For those of you who joined us at our annual Connect conference in Bristol, you will have already seen a sneak peek at a few of the changes we are set to roll out in this release.
Take a look below at some of the functionality Worktribe clients will be able to enjoy as part of the July 2023 release.

During Connect23, the Worktribe team met with our Curriculum client partners, where topics like the Office for Students guidance tackling the need for complete, comprehensive and academically challenging curriculum were discussed. Universities need ways of modelling complex offerings with the added challenge of making it clear what is on offer both to potential applicants and members of staff. Worktribe has introduced new features to support development of complex curricula including our new visual Structure Builder. This allows people to build, visualise, review and amend their offering with ease.

Curriculum data is at the heart of an organisation and relies on the input and action of people from across the institution to ensure that the curriculum is delivered effectively. Worktribe has introduced curriculum meetings and tasks to allow institutions to manage the activity around their curriculum design, ensuring clear visibility of reviews and activities that support their offering.

We’ve made enhancements across our suite of products aimed at increasing usability and saving time for researchers, academics and research officers. These include a new, streamlined deposit wizard in our outputs product, additional data capture to support the HESA HEBCI return, and enhancements to the Contracts workflow to ensure you never miss a deadline.

How to find out more

If you are a Worktribe Administrator and want to read more about what’s in this release, please check out the release notes in the relevant Product Forum.

Or contact us to find out more about how Worktribe can transform administration at your university through collaboration, efficiency and transparency.