Voices in Education goes online
A Bermuda College publication has been made available to a new audience through the University of Florida’s Digital Library of the Caribbean.
BC Journal: Voices in Education, Bermuda’s first peer-reviewed academic journal series, is already available through the library’s website.
Ru-Zelda Severing, president of the Journal Committee at the Bermuda College, said the move will introduce the journal to new academic and scholarly audiences.
She said: “By doing so, it fulfils our aims to heighten awareness of current trends, encourage discourse and practice, challenge thinking, and widen and strengthen the scope of research in education.”
The first edition of BC Journal was released in 2015, and the fifth volume was recently completed.
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