- posted on: Sunday, 22 January 2017, 9:05 PM to All participantsHI "folks"
0 comments on anything here and "My Journey" has the cheek to tell me that /my/ engagement is low. Let me tell you what's low. Mass surveillance and data aggregation on every student with next to no consent from them (it's not consent if it's not informed so I don't really give as to what your t&cs say), spying on everyone using their student accounts; if you're going to record every time I log onto library computers and moodle, then I'm not going to use these services, you creeps. Using students as a basis for profit is a problem at this institution but using their data for profit is another step lower. This is why we rank as the worst university in Scotland, despite what the big screens say (100% this, 100% that, 100% nonsense).
Anyway, just writing wondering if everyone else is is ok with MyJourney and other data aggregation software harvesting their data to use against them at some point in the future. All the best, let's hope your future employer (probably starbucks or mcdonalds) misreads your CV and thinks you were at a Uni that cares even slightly about educational values.
From the smoke free campus that sells tobacco, yours truly and perhaps too truly,
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- posted on: Tuesday, 27 December 2016, 5:29 PM to All participantsHi. I am looking for information on the reading list for Personal Taxation and Business Taxation. I am a 3rd year Bacc student. My next modules haven't yet appeared on Moodle and I'm trying to organise myself for trimester 2.0 Comments
- posted on: Monday, 10 October 2016, 3:33 PM to All participantsHi folks,
I'm conducting a study for my dissertation and wondered if you all wouldn't mind helping me out. you don't need to be a project management student to participate!!
- posted on: Tuesday, 13 September 2016, 10:01 PM to All participantsyes! me.
it does not seem to recognise my account, perhaps it might recognise me in a few days or so.0 Comments
- posted on: Sunday, 4 September 2016, 6:41 PM to All participantsHi anyone starting nursing tomorrow?0 Comments
- posted on: Tuesday, 5 April 2016, 9:41 PM to All participantsHi Alcohol and Drug Studies Students,
Students for Sensible Drugs Policy West of Scotland.
We are looking for new members at Students for Sensible Drugs Policy UK, West of Scotland Chapter.
This is an organisation engaging with policy at a local, national and international level. A public health and human rights approach is utilised. It is a community based chapter so there is no joining fee. There are lots of ways you can get involved and any amount of time, skills and knowledge you can share would be greatly appreciated. This is our Facebook page if you are interested https://www.facebook.com/SSDPWoS/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel.
We are currently looking to fill some administrative positions within the Chapter and more specialised roles at a later date. Training is provided. The organisation also have a number of campaigns on the go at the minute with scope to add more particularly in relation to local issues.
I really have to say it has been a fantastic opportunity being involved with SSDP UK. I've really enjoyed being part of the team, meeting people in the organisation and those who support us. At times it has been really exciting. If you are passionate about drug policy reform and would like to get involved I hope you can come and join us. I am arranging an informal meeting soon to discuss the work of the Chapter and SSDP UK. If you are interested in coming along to any of our meetings or events soon or in the future please email me at email@example.com.
Students for Sensible Drugs Policy UK0 Comments
- posted on: Sunday, 3 April 2016, 9:14 AM to All participantsSchopler, E., Brehm, S. S., Kinsbourne, M., & Reichler, R. J. (1971). Effect of treatment structure on development in autistic children. Archives of general psychiatry, 24(5), 415-421.0 Comments
- posted on: Tuesday, 8 March 2016, 9:18 AM to All participantsAnyone else having trouble logging into moodle?0 Comments
- posted on: Wednesday, 2 March 2016, 12:34 PM to All participantsHello!0 Comments
- posted on: Monday, 29 February 2016, 7:01 PM to All participantsCan someone tell me what criminal justice is like?0 Comments