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ASE celebrates one million page views!

28 October 2011

ASE celebrates one million page views!

ONLY 13 months since the ASE’s brand new website went live, it is celebrating receiving over one million page views.

A fresh and vibrant design for the homepage, combined with plenty of interactive and user-friendly features, placed the new website firmly in the 21st Century.

The organisation’s CEO Annette Smith said: “It is hard to believe that the website is a year old – we’ve become so familiar with it. 

“I am so pleased that it continues to evolve – the new Assembly of the Association, which met recently, discussed all of the features they like, and suggested further improvements. 

“Thanks to the HQ team which has worked so hard to get it right.”

In the past year, the site has received 1,018,595 page views and is being established as the key way members communicate with one another, and others, to promote excellence in science education.

Regular updates on the site’s news section make it easy to keep up-to-date with the latest goings-on at the ASE.

On her blog, our CEO can share her thoughts and views on improving science education and get direct feedback from people keen to join the debate.

The ASE’s bookshop, journals, teaching resources and professional development support are all easily and quickly accessible through the site.

Each region of the association also has its own section on the site where people can learn about events and news specific to their area.

Members can also create their own tailor-made section of the site by choosing which e-news alerts, journals and other information they are interested in.

They can also get access to additional features like the ASE Forum, where they can take part in discussions and draw on the wealth of knowledge of the association’s members to answer their questions.

Interactive features on the new site have helped launch the weekly Twitter discussion #ASEChat which is becomingly increasingly popular among teachers, technicians and others interested in science education.

As the site continues to develop, the ASE would like to thanks all its website’s users for their support!