I understand that particularly in the current economic climate, people are making decisions about what postgraduate courses in many cases to spend their hard-earned cash on. Making a decision is much easier when you've a full spectrum of views, positive and negative, from which to work. On this forum I aim to provide this within the bounds of legality and taste.
In the past few weeks there have been a number of complaints about some posts, and I have been concerned about the content of them. Therefore, to avoid any ambiguity, here are the rules:
- Do not post the name of any lecturer. I do not want to protect any substandard or inadequate teachers. The problem is that posting a name is an invite for litigation.
- If I can find the name of a lecturer by a google search of the module name, then do not post the module name.
- In many cases you can replace the name of the module with "one of the modules on the course" and still make the same overall points.
- If you are signing up to make a comment about a course, please make sure that your user name does not violate any of the rules above, particularly the second one.
I am operating a zero-tolerance policy on these rules, so be warned that any breach will result in a ban.
On that note I also re-iterate the point that anybody from a college that is posting in their professional capacity must PM me first before doing so. Rest assured that I can tell a 'fake student' post like a bikini in the north pole.