University of Brighton

Welcome to the University of Brighton's blog network.


How to get started with blogs

Welcome to the University of Brighton’s blog network for all staff and students, based on WordPress.

If you have problems accessing blog, contact the service desk

Already a member/owner of a blog/website? Click here to login.

If you’re looking for the main university website, you can search our degree and masters courses.

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Want to create a new blog/website? Click here.

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The topic and content of sites you create should be in accordance with the university’s Social Media Policy.

Important Notice to All Users

Your use of the Edublogs platform should be in accordance with university policies – in addition, please make sure that you read the points below:

Zero Tolerance for Inappropriate Content:

Our platform upholds the highest standards of academic integrity and digital conduct. We do not tolerate the creation or dissemination of inappropriate content, including but not limited to black-hat SEO practices, selling backlinks, or any material that could damage the reputation of our institution.

Content Monitoring and Enforcement:

Be aware that all content is subject to monitoring. Any material found to be in violation of our standards will be promptly removed. This includes content that may harm the domain’s authority or goes against the ethos of our academic community.

Consequences of Misuse:

Depending on the severity and nature of the violation, further actions may be taken, including reporting to relevant authorities. We are committed to preserving the integrity of our digital space, and as such, will act decisively against any misuse.

Adherence to IT and Content Policies:

Your use of this platform must align with the organization’s policies regarding IT and content use. Familiarize yourself with these guidelines to ensure your contributions reflect the values and standards of our university.

Student assessments

If you plan on using blogs as a part of a student assessment, please see our guidance page here: Assessment Guidance when utilising blogs

Please read the CampusPress Knowledge Base for further instruction on how to use WordPress. It covers pretty much everything you’ll need to know to get started.


Accessibility statement with contact form to report any concerns or issues.