UCL Reflect is UCL’s educational blogging service, allowing students and staff to use blogging for teaching and learning. Make sure you log in with your UCL account to access all the functionality and content available to you, and to inform yourself of the relevant policies governing the use of Reflect here: https://wiki.ucl.ac.uk/x/_oeDBQ
Student can use blogs individually, to collate their thoughts, showcase their ideas, build a portfolio of work and get feedback from the outside world.
Teachers can also request a class blog to use with their students in teaching or for assessment. They retain control of a class blog, but students can make posts and comments.
If you’re interested in using a blog to support your teaching and learning, see here for more information about which kind of blog to use and how to request a new blog: https://wiki.ucl.ac.uk/x/eoaDBQ
The blogging service based on WordPress which is an industry-standard blogging and website-building tool, hosted for UCL by CampusPress. This means our blogs offer a range of themes to show your creativity and plug-in to build more interactive content. See here for more about CampusPress available themes: https://campuspress.com/docs/themes/ and plugins: https://campuspress.com/docs/plugins/
You can find more information on how to use all these features, and more, and how to get help on the following page: https://wiki.ucl.ac.uk/x/cIDDBQ
For ideas on how to use the service to support learning and teaching, we’ve gathered together some initial guides here: https://wiki.ucl.ac.uk/x/UYODBQ
General support for UCL Reflect is provided by CampusPress who host the service on our behalf. If you’re experiencing issues please see here for the best place to resolve your query: https://wiki.ucl.ac.uk/x/cIDDBQ
If you are a member of staff and would like to talk about using UCL Reflect in your teaching, then you can contact Digital Education at email@example.com.
We hope you’ll enjoy blogging – reflecting on your time and progress at UCL, and sharing your thoughts on your discipline with the wider world.