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  1. Brand - University of St Andrews

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/brand/

    University of St Andrews brand. The University is committed to ensuring that its visual and design identity is presented in a clear and consistent manner across all print and digital publications. Browse by category. Academic poster templates are…

  2. Digital Pattern Library | Digital pattern library v1.26.0

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/dpl/1.26.0/index.html

    Navigation. Digital pattern library. The digital pattern library (DPL) is a resource to support University staff who are designing or developing new web pages and other digital outputs. The DPL is an evolving set of design patterns built…

  3. Code standards - Digital standards - University of St Andrews

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/digital-standards/code-standards/

    Code style and standards guides. Coding standards are a set of guidelines, best practices, programming styles and conventions that developers follow when writing source code for a project. Developers should follow these standards in order to, among…

  4. Library regulations

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/library-and-museum-services/library-regulations.pdf

    Regulations for using the University of St Andrews Library…

    Regulations for using the University of St Andrews Library

  5. Social media guidelines - Digital standards - University of St Andrews

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/digital-standards/social-media/

    Social media guidelines. The University of St Andrews recognises social media as an opportunity to promote education, research and academic freedom, and to make the St Andrews community and its ideas accessible to the wider world. Many people now…

  6. Digital content policy - Digital standards - University of St Andrews

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/digital-standards/policies/digital-content/

    Digital content policy. The pages in this section detail the standards and management procedures for content on the University of St Andrews website. Any member of staff working on the University website must adhere to this policy. All content on…

  7. University privacy notice: exchange of student personal data with partner institutions and other educational colloborations

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/information-governance-and-management-data-protection-university-privacy-notice-exchange-of-student-personal-data-with-partner-institutions-and-other-educational-collaborations/university-privacy-notice---overseas-students.pdf

    To inform students how their personal details may be exchanged with partner institution or another body collaborating with the University to provide an educational experience, and how those data will be used.…

    To inform students how their personal details may be exchanged with partner institution or another body collaborating with the University to provide an educational experience, and how those data will be used.

  8. House style - Digital standards - University of St Andrews

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/digital-standards/house-style/

    House style. This house style should be used for all University communications (both web and print). If you have any comments or suggestions for additional information to be included, please contact the Digital Communications team…

  9. Filename standards - Digital standards - University of St Andrews

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/digital-standards/file-standards/filenames/

    Filename standards. This page offers guidelines for naming files (e.g. PDFs, Word documents, Excel documents, etc.) that will be made available for download by end-users. Filenames for code can be found in the appropriate code standards. Naming…

  10. Regulations governing the use of University information and communications technology (ICT) facilities

    https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/policy/information-technology/ict_regulations.pdf

    To communicate the conditions of access to ICT facilities provided by or through the University, and to establish what is/is not acceptable use of those facilities.…

    To communicate the conditions of access to ICT facilities provided by or through the University, and to establish what is/is not acceptable use of those facilities.