Monthly Archives: September 2016

Accessing Community Action and Social Justice

Dear Community Action and Social justice students, I understand that a couple of you have encountered some issues accessing the Moodle course. Any actual enrolment issues that were lingering should now be sorted out. I recommend accessing the course by going through the hub (http://social-justice.digital.education.ed.ac.uk) > ‘courses’ (http://social-justice.digital.education.ed.ac.uk/programme/) > ‘community action and social justice’ (https://www.moodle.is.ed.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=907) If it is set up Read More

[Update] Student Reps!

Be sure to let me know what you guys have decided in terms of student reps. Sam (and Wanda?) have agreed to carry on in their role for the 2015 cohort–thank you! Hannah has agreed to be the rep for the 2016 cohort–many thanks! For the 2016 peeps, it’s best practice to have two reps so can you guys have Read More

CASJ: Comments Function

Hi CASJ people, Had a bit of a technical hitch with the comments function during the first session on Blackboard Collaborate but the problem is now solved so please rest assured that comments (as well as video and audio) will be available on next week’s collaborate session! Thanks Callum

Organisational Management for Social Justice

Hi there To all of you enrolled on the course, you should have access to the Moodle site and have received a couple of messages via the discussion boards. If anyone is having problems accessing the Moodle site, please let me know at peter.evans@ed.ac.uk Thanks & I look forward to seeing you all on the course. Pete

Student Reps!

Hi everyone! It’s that time of year again when we need to think about student representatives. The student rep roles are very important–they are your voice and advocate for your interests on the programme. We convene Staff Student Liaison Committees in which you guys, via your reps, raise issues–the good, the bad and the ugly–about your experiences on the programme. Read More