About this blog
a reflection of the variety of events activity at UCL
an interactive, informal channel for discussion about UCL events
a forum in which a variety of voices from across UCL can be promoted
a way of meeting the demand for event information as expressed in a 2010 survey of homepage users.
This blog aims to provide:
It is run jointly by the UCL Communications and Media teams and a set of contributors from across UCL.
The opinions expressed in this blog by contributors and those commenting, are those of the individual, and in no way represent the views of UCL. Similarly, opinions expressed in other publications, whether electronic or print, by contributors or those commenting in no way represent the views of UCL.
Conditions of use
Comments are actively encouraged, and are pre-moderated by UCL Corporate Communications.
By commenting this blog, you are agreeing to abide by the following conditions:
Contributors and those commenting are solely responsible for the content of any messages posted.
Comments must relate to the subject matter of the post on which you are commenting.
Differences of opinion are welcome; personal comments or language that may upset, harass or embarrass any other person, or break any law, will not be accepted.
Comments must not contain or link to personal or confidential information or information about people under the age of 18.
UCL Corporate Communications reserves the right to edit, move, delete or otherwise alter comments posted by users.
Reuse of material
Contributors and those commenting own the copyright to the material posted but agree to grant us perpetual, royalty-free, non-exclusive rights to publish your entry on any media.
Contributors and those commenting agree to remain responsible for any links included in material. We reserve the right to remove any links we consider inappropriate.
Contributors are drawn from across UCL. If you are interested in contributing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This blog is in beta – it is an experiment in using social media to broaden coverage of UCL events; encourage dialogue about events; and promote voices and opinions from across the UCL community.
Any questions about the blog should be directed to email@example.com.