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Why Join Us?
At Discovering Shropshire’s History we think Shropshire should be celebrated and enjoyed by its residents and visitors alike. We want to encourage and facilitate the appreciation of the rich heritage out in our landscapes.
We also want to encourage people to get out and explore and experience the exciting things going on within Shropshire.
In joining us you will help us understand our audiences and how people want to use the website.
Benefits of being a subscriber
Becoming a subscriber to the Discovering Shropshire’s History website will help us improve your use of the website as we will:
- Be able to know what your interests are.
- Be able to know your local area and thus automatically list what is happening near you when you log in.
- Be able to cater your own experiences of the website by displaying content relevant to your level of interest.
If you are a specialist looking for academic information we can automatically show you academic content.
If you just want less depth then we will be able to show you content that is less detailed.
In knowing all of these we can cater the website for your interest and make your use of the website richer and more enjoyable.
When you subscribe please choose a role. The role is really important in defining your use of the website as it defines what depth of detail you will see in the content on the website. It will be possible to get to other content that is not designed for you but it will not be the first information that you will see. It is possible to change your role later but please try to choose the right role for you:-
When you subscribe as a child you will see content that is specifically written for younger people. Although the content will have less depth than some of the other roles you will see content that is relevant to the kinds of things you might need for your studies or your interests. It will include information about how to visit places of interest.
As an adult you will see content that is in a little more depth than a child. It will be written with a general interest audience in mind. It will include information about how to visit places of interest.
As a Teacher you are interested in providing material to your students and organising material for your lessons. You will be looking for content that is designed and written to help you run classes. It will include information about how schools can visit places of interest. It will also include content written for you by our education Officer.
As a specialist you are primarily concerned with academic study, you will be interested in seeing in-depth detail and will be used to complex and detailed content that will be written by academics.