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Web editors Political Science

The web editors of the Institute of Political Science write, edit and maintain information on the websites. We like to contribute to making your research more visible and to generating publicity for your events. Also, we gladly update, finetune information on, e.g., the websites for (prospective) students and share news on social media. We can also create visual content, like video's, infographics and illustrations. You are welcome!

How to reach us?

Who are we?

What can we do for you?

  • assisting in communication needs
  • writing and editing texts
  • producing images and video content
  • designing (info)graphics and illustrations
  • drafting news items
  • supporting your academic outreach
  • sharing your work on our social media channels
  • creating event announcements (online calendar and flyers)
  • creation and maintenance of online content, such as web profiles (see also below)

Request an event page

Would you like to promote an upcoming event with an online event page? We can make one for you. Send your request to us by filling in this form, and we will get back to you for final checks and feedback.

Web profiles

More information on web profiles can be found here:

Uw webprofiel/your online profile (PDF for members Institute Political Science)

Your online profile: who can edit what? (staff website)

LUCRIS: registering your publications and displaying them on the ‘publications’ tab of your profile (Library website)

What/where are all these Leiden University sites?

Website: external

Targeted to ‘the world at large’, sharing news, events and research and organisational/corporate matters. This is also where our Institute pages (including the web profiles) reside.

Leiden University, home

Institute of Political Science, home

Website: students

For current students, with study information.

Note that this site is ‘context-dependent’ (hence the complicated URL). On top of the page, you select your study programme; the site then shows information specific to that programme (and information pertaining to all study programmes).

Website: prospective students

Programme information for prospective students, presented per programme, in a fixed structure.

Website: staff

Current (and prospective?) staff members. HRM information, manuals/instructions, internal news, etc.

Note that this site is ‘context-dependent’. On top of the page, you select your study organisational unit; the site then shows information specific to that unit (plus information relevant for all units).

Website: library

For students and researchers.

Want to make use of our social media channels?

As the communications team of the Institute of Political Science, we manage the social media channels of the insitute. We use these to increase outreach in the academic field and within our student body. Both by posting new books and articles by our insitute members, but also by promoting events organised within the institute, sharing vacancies, or interviews and other media items that our colleagues were featured in. If you have anything that might be interesting to share on social media, please let us know. We are happy to help and share your information to a broader public.

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