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Idea: topical psychology blog aimed at Alevel students.volunteer/contributors invited watch

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    Hi

    I've been mulling this idea over for a short while...

    I'm thinking of setting up a blog written perhaps by current uni students (or also A-level students perhaps) which posts regular short articles on various topics throughout psychology (possibly focusing more on topics studied by A-level students) - anything you're interested in, but in more depth than what might be routinely covered at A-level. For instance, a topic that, in hindsight, you wish you had understood more fully/had a different perspective on/had covered in more detail etc.

    Let me know your thoughts and any ideas for topics! Also if you would be interested in contributing (either a one-off/occasional/regular basis) please do let me know!

    Also it would need a name, the best I have come up with so far is something along the lines of "psychosense" or something, idek.

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    Also, if any of you don't have time to contribute directly, ideas for topics you would like to see featured would be very welcome!
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    (Original post by Magdatrix >_<)
    Also, if any of you don't have time to contribute directly, ideas for topics you would like to see featured would be very welcome!
    I like your idea ! I like it that much that I have already been implementing it from January :P. I am studying A-Level Psych and use the blog as my 'notes in the cloud'. Once I complete both AS and A2, I will have organised details on each topic covered at A-level, (at least by AQA).

    With this I plan to just copy and paste, re-organize and make more accessible, my own completed notes on each topic; including what the exam board is looking for, question framing, essay style and other helpful tips.

    So in short, I plan to launch January 2014 with a fully kitted, dynamic psychology website that most students will find useful as a framework to studying the subject. It's a long-period project but certainly attainable as I have past experience with web-design and I will be covering all course content for myself anyway.

    Good luck on your journey and I hope you can find some awesome partners to help with your project. Keep in touch.
 
 
 
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