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

  • Dr Steve McCabe The Tesco dilemma: what to do next? by Dr Steve McCabe on Views@BCU Sep. 01. 2014. Read More
  • Student guide to eating on a budget by id101271 on Views@BCU Aug. 29. 2014. Read More
  • Dr Steve McCabe Oil and its economic significance in the Scottish Independence debate by Dr Steve McCabe on Views@BCU Aug. 28. 2014. Read More
  • Sarah Cooper Forensic science, firearms and finality in the criminal justice system by Sarah Cooper on Views@BCU Aug. 27. 2014. Read More
  • PhD blog: Identifying a focus and staying on topic by Karen Patel on Research Bites Aug. 26. 2014. Read More
  • 6 tips on getting the most out of LinkedIn by Dave Allen on Higher Education Blogging Aug. 22. 2014. Read More
  • Sarah Cooper Clemency, communication and innocence: thoughts from a community college class by Sarah Cooper on Views@BCU Aug. 18. 2014. Read More
  • Our Students Working with prisoners in Arizona by students on Views@BCU Aug. 14. 2014. Read More
  • Boost your career with a degree in architecture by Kevin Singh on Views@BCU Aug. 14. 2014. Read More
  • British Science Festival events 2014 by Karen Patel on Research Bites Aug. 12. 2014. Read More
  • Research Events by Karen Patel on Research Bites Aug. 12. 2014. Read More
  • BA Radio at Birmingham City University by Sam Coley on The Radio Blog Aug. 10. 2014. Read More
  • Ben Stones, Birmingham School of Media Graduate by Sam Coley on The Radio Blog Aug. 10. 2014. Read More
  • The Parkside Radio Studios by Sam Coley on The Radio Blog Aug. 10. 2014. Read More
  • Sarah Cooper Social media can enhance the academic experience by Sarah Cooper on Views@BCU Aug. 08. 2014. Read More

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