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How about a single place to find non-degree programs, continuing education, and certificates across all departments
My organization is interested in professional development for our staff. Locally, Emory, GSU, Tech, Mercer and Ogelthorpe are the closest universities that may offer classes in areas we are interested in (Lean Six Sigma, project management, business analysis, for example). But if I can't find them, I can't use them. I get flyers from time to time, so I know these things are offered. Make them prominent or at least set it up so a search on certificates or non-degree programs takes me to a list of offerings. I hate wading through a list of sites that don't have anything…16 votes
This is a great idea. As we add certificates we’ve included the ability to search for them here.
We hope to continue to add to this list.
If I search for "Geosciences", the Geosciences department should be among the top. The results are often to obscure sites or documents.1 vote
We are previewing a new search tool powered by Google. This is rolling out across the Georgia State websites. We appreciate the feedback and have corrected the issue with Geosciences. It is appearing as the top result. Thanks for the feedback. We have some more feedback to do and it’s important to hear what’s working as expected and what’s not.
On a laptop or phone, the search results are pushed way to the bottom under the left menu, leading me for four search terms to think that my search yielded zero hits.1 vote
Search is now part of the latest theme and the results are easily modified and optimized.
Thanks for the suggestion. The team updated the contact us page as well as updated the A-Z index with phone numbers and emails where we could link them. This is a big improvement and good idea.
I use the site search several times a week. It used to work great, but now all the results are LinkedIn pages. That makes the site search useless. I don't care about LinkedIn. If I wanted LinkedIn results I would go to LinkedIn. It is now very difficult to find anything I need on the university web site.1 vote
Thanks for your feedback. Looks like the crawler started connecting LinkedIn. We’ve removed it for now.
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