Reflect Blogging Resource Centre

What is Reflect?

UCL Reflect ( ) provides students and staff with a blogging platform for teaching and learning purposes. Reflect is UCL's branding of the WordPress platforms: CampusPress and EduBlogs. WordPress is an industry-standard blogging and website-building tool. Reflect is hosted for UCL by CampusPress/Edublogs. Reflect blogs may be used to help students:

  • Reflect on their experiences during study
  • Build a portfolio of their work
  • Collaborate on projects
  • Share their understanding of their discipline beyond UCL
  • And much, much, more…

Using Reflect

Why use Reflect?

Reflect is a tool for educational blogging. Hence, Integrating Blogging into Teaching & Learning explores ways of using it to achieve learning objectives and outcomes.

Reflect usage policies

Users of the Reflect service are subject to the Educational Blogging Policy. As a staff member please ensure that your student users know and abide by the regulations and principles it advocates.

Getting a Reflect blog

There are 3 types of Reflect blog that staff and students can request. It's important to know how they differ to apply for the right kind. Users may have more than one blog of any type. Requesting a blog.

Guides and FAQs

Reflect "how to..." guides

The collection of user guides we've compiled are for working on your blog once you've got it. E.g. Changing it's appearance, adding content and sharing it. See: Reflect - How to guides

Frequently Asked Questions

Find out about types of blogs, how to request one, sharing a blog and much more... See: Educational Blogging FAQs

EduBlogs User Guide

The EduBlogs User Guides explain how to start blogging with Reflect. For instance, how to customise your blogs and manage posts and comments.

Getting Help

If you can't login...

Follow these instructions to reset your password: ISD - User IDs and Passwords
If you are unable to do, contact the Service Desk: ISD - Help & Support

Other issues...

For other issues please see here for the best place to direct your query: Reflect - Getting help

Want to talk about using blogs in teaching?

If you're a member of staff and would like to discuss how you can use blogs in your teaching practice, please contact the Digital Education team: