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I would like to let you know that we are currently asking students to give us their views on the Edinburgh Business School blog, so that we can make improvements that reflect their interests. On Friday 15 November we sent out an optional, short online questionnaire to all active English speaking students. Using the findings of this research, we aim to give the blog a ‘facelift’ by the end of December (including updating its look, feel and basic functionality), with a view to larger scale changes next year. If you have any questions, please do get in touch. My email is Jane Priest: jp@ebs.hw.ac.uk
Although updating the look of the blog is important, we also want to make the content more engaging and we need your help. We are looking for articles from you that demonstrate real world application of theory, using current local, regional and national examples. The blog is in English and you would need to provide your article in English. It doesn’t have to be long, and you can send it to me as a word document, or email. If you are interested in contributing please send me an email (jp@ebs.hw.ac.uk).
Many thanks.
Jane Priest, Teaching Fellow
to all OB students. this is a reminder that we meet this week from Friday to put together the content in preparation of the exams next month.
Please attend the session for your benefit!
Could you contribute a blog article, and help us improve the Edinburgh Business School blog?
I am pleased to say that the new Edinburgh Business School blog (www.ebsglobalblog.net), which includes a faculty Views section, has been running for a year now and we’ve had a good response. In twelve months, over 13,500 people visited the blog. Of them, over 2,600 people returned at least once, and together they made more than 22,000 visits. Around a quarter of all visits lasted longer than a minute. And the most popular blog article so far was viewed by over 800 people.
Could your article be the next favourite?

As the blog enters its second year, a key goal is to give it a more international flavour, and we need your help. We are looking for articles that demonstrate real world application of theory, using current local, regional and national examples. The blog is in English and you would need to provide your article in English. It doesn’t have to be long, and you can send it to me (Jane Priest) as a word document, or email. More information is available in the document on the "General" page, but if you are interested in contributing please do get in touch! My email address is jp@ebs.hw.ac.uk

The purpose of the faculty Views blog is to help students reflect on real world experience and relate it to theory. It is also a way to give Edinburgh Business School faculty a ‘voice’, and boost students’ sense of belonging to Edinburgh Business School by encouraging dialogue. I do hope that some of you can find time to help us capture and promote Edinburgh Business School’s unique international identity.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Many thanks.
Jane Priest, Teaching Fellow
it is time we need to take stock of progress made now for our groups in preparation of the Exams in the next few months. I would be grateful to hear any exciting presentations made by students over the period to punctuate key issues likely to dominate in the exams
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EBS graduation video

You can now view a video of the EBS 2013 graduation including brief testimonies from EBS graduates. Please see the link below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FV1KHA5shbU
EBS graduation video

You can now view a video of the EBS 2013 graduation including brief testimonies from EBS graduates. Please see the link below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FV1KHA5shbU
we will be commencing our first module on OB on Thursday and am excited to meet the new students in Swaziland. I hope to share our experiences after this encounter and believe it will strengthen our relationship with EBS. The notes and case studies in this module make very interesting reading material relevant to our contemporary era
Welcome Hazel, it is great to have new members at this wonderful team. I will be glad to exchange plans and experiences in order to improve our quality and friendship
Welcome Hazel, for me its been a wonderful experience teaching on this program and I have a wonderful team I work with here in Zambia at ZICAB
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