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Bitesize is the BBC’s online study support resource which is used by millions of students every year for help with coursework, classwork and exams. Later this year Bitesize is due to become part of the new Knowledge and Learning (K&L) website. Find out more about the new product from executive e...
I'm part of the team building the new Knowledge & Learning product. In this post I'm going to describe the technical work we've undertaken so far, some of which you can see in the new beta release that my colleague Chris Sizemore recently blogged about.
Many of you might have seen the Great British Class Calculator a few weeks ago which captured the public imagination with a brand new model of British class. It inspired debate, curiosity, reflection and in some quarters even some parody! It also led to many people asking how we managed to produ...
Hi, I'm Chris Sizemore executive editor for the BBC's Knowledge & Learning product. Today marks the beginning of a journey to unlock the learning potential of BBC content. As a first step we are releasing a new website which we’re currently calling Knowledge & Learning Beta.
I’m Dan Gluckman, an editor in BBC Learning and I look after the Knowledge and Learning science, health and history websites. Later this month the BBC will be changing the way we cover the topic of health online and closing the current BBC Health website. This doesn’t affect the BBC News Healt...
Executive Product Manager
Hi I'm Andy Pipes, executive product manager for Knowledge & Learning at the BBC. Knowledge and Learning (K&L) is a new product in the BBC Online portfolio. When complete, it will exist as a standalone property while also connecting...
Hi, I'm Chris Sizemore executive editor for the BBC's Knowledge & Learning product. Alongside Ian Myatt, head of product for Knowledge & Learning, I'm privileged to be responsible for the BBC's digital output around the factual and educational genres.
Hi, I'm Oli Bartlett and I was the product manager for BBC Food during the rebuild in 2009-10. This post is a follow-on to Duncan's SEO post to provide a little more context and detail on how we tried to maintain our audience reach during the re-launch. In the BBC we often see temporary drops ...