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

  • Why Study ICT? by students on Views@BCU Apr. 27. 2015. Read More
  • Politicians set out their pledges for students by louisepalfreyman on Views@BCU Apr. 24. 2015. Read More
  • Why I’m voting in this year’s election… by students on Views@BCU Apr. 23. 2015. Read More
  • Tibor Reich Exhibition Comes To Parkside by id121595 on Parkside Gallery Apr. 21. 2015. Read More
  • 100 years of tear gas - 29 April by Karen Patel on Research Bites Apr. 21. 2015. Read More
  • Europe Day - 5 May 2015 by Karen Patel on Research Bites Apr. 21. 2015. Read More
  • CEBE Research Seminar - 30 April by Karen Patel on Research Bites Apr. 21. 2015. Read More
  • Mooting in the UK Supreme Court: The President's View by students on Views@BCU Apr. 20. 2015. Read More
  • What is the Nature of Entrepreneurial Labour in Regional Film Making? by Annette on Cultural Entrepreneurship Apr. 20. 2015. Read More
  • Dealing with Homesickness- Robin's Story by students on Views@BCU Apr. 20. 2015. Read More
  • Some useful tips on Self-Publishing e-Books from LeanPub's Len Epp by Dave Allen on Higher Education Blogging Apr. 19. 2015. Read More
  • Resolved: EBSCO databases , ebooks and ejournals down by Mark on Electronic Resources Apr. 17. 2015. Read More
  • Talking Politics with Birmingham City University by students on Views@BCU Apr. 17. 2015. Read More
  • The Major Incident Simulation 2015 in Quotes by students on Views@BCU Apr. 15. 2015. Read More
  • Living in Student Accommodation- Hannah's Story by students on Views@BCU Apr. 13. 2015. Read More

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