Blogs @ BCU
Blogs@BCU is a multi user blogging platform used by members of Birmingham City University to write about a range of topics of interest to them. Examples include blogs about higher education, developments on specific courses and topics of professional interest. If you are a member of Birmingham City University and would like to know more you can access our Moodle course which includes user guides and discussion forums or use the contact form here.

Recent Posts from BCU Blogs

  • Birmingham School of Architecture’s look back at Inspired Festival 2015 by students on Views@BCU Jul. 02. 2015. Read More
  • 10 fashion tips to keep cool in the office by guestblogger on Views@BCU Jul. 01. 2015. Read More
  • Booing and heckling at the Royal Opera House by guestblogger on Views@BCU Jul. 01. 2015. Read More
  • Listen Imagine Compose by Louise on Jul. 01. 2015. Read More
  • Stars on the beach- beating the paparazzi by guestblogger on Views@BCU Jun. 30. 2015. Read More
  • PGRNet Impact Workshop: 16 July by Karen Patel on Research Bites Jun. 29. 2015. Read More
  • 'I Can't Compose' by Louise on Jun. 25. 2015. Read More
  • Celebrity hospital selfies – an attention-seeking ploy to self-promote? by guestblogger on Views@BCU Jun. 24. 2015. Read More
  • Still running up that hill? by Bob on So, What's News? Jun. 24. 2015. Read More
  • Don’t blame the police or ‘the Muslim Community’ – radicalisation is personal by id116778 on Views@BCU Jun. 24. 2015. Read More
  • Birmingham's best events for media enthusiasts in 2015 by students on Views@BCU Jun. 24. 2015. Read More
  • Social media “thinspiration” challenges are just a means of “entertaining the masses”, but at what cost? by guestblogger on Views@BCU Jun. 23. 2015. Read More
  • My PhD experience - four months in by Louise on Jun. 22. 2015. Read More
  • The Brian Vaughton Award for Excellence in Radio, 2015 by Sam Coley on The Radio Blog Jun. 20. 2015. Read More
  • Radio Open Day at Parkside by Sam Coley on The Radio Blog Jun. 20. 2015. Read More

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