Welcome to The Policy Press blog!

Welcome to the new blog for The Policy Press (TPP) on our new website. For those who don’t know us, the aim of TPP has always been to try to improve social conditions with publications that will make a positive difference to learning and research, policy and practice. We plan to cover lots of things in this blog of interest to customers and authors, and would encourage you to join in the debates. Do check back regularly to keep up to date!

The blog posts will be contributed by staff members of TPP, but we would love to include posts from authors and customers to create a real community feel. Please get in touch with tpp-webmaster@bristol.ac.uk if you have any ideas you would like to contribute.

3 Responses to “Welcome to The Policy Press blog!”

  1. 1 Karen Bowler August 4, 2009 at 4:27 pm

    Congratulations on getting the new website up and running web team! I’m looking forward to reading my colleagues’ blogs! Perhaps I should just speak to them… K

  2. 2 Richard Lyle August 11, 2009 at 6:18 pm

    Good luck with the new blog. I like the website. It’s very juicy. Is that the terminology?

  3. 3 Helen Bolton September 22, 2009 at 8:05 pm

    Congratulations on a fantastic new website. It’s amazing what difference a bright, clean, uncluttered design and simple, clear navigation can make. Another example of The Policy Press ‘punching above its weight’ (as Rachel Maund would say!). I hope you get lots of discussion going. It can take a while to take off but you have a fantastic community of authors and customers who could all usefully bounce ideas off each other here.

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