In order to honour LGBTQ+ History month I thought I would write a blog on how we can make small ...
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News BILT Student Research Journal - call for student editors Please share these details with relevant students. The BILT Student ...
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News BILT are recruiting - Lecturer (Academic Development) role. Internal applicants only. We are seeking to appoint a fixed-term Lecturer ...
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This blog reflects on EDI training provided to the BILT Student Fellows, to explore how it connects to BILT's key ...
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Paul is a Professorial Teaching Fellow and Senior Academic Developer in the School of Chemistry and was recently nominated by ...
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News Open call for mentors and assessors for the CREATE HEA Fellowship Scheme We are please to invite expressions of ...
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Alan is a Professor of Applied Non-linear Mathematics within the Department of Engineering Mathematics and was recently nominated by the ...
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by Dr Lewis Coyne, Study Skills Tutor for Social Sciences and Law The past 10 months have brought about a ...
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No matter the discipline, educators can employ gamified pedagogical perspectives and methodologies to embrace new ways of engaging students, challenging ...
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This week, the CREATE team's Lou Howson reflects on the unexpected pressures of social media study support groups.   I'm watching ...
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News Happy New Year from BILT! Welcome back and Happy New Year to you all. We hope you were able ...
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This summer, students in Bristol were juggling multiple major responsibilities at once:  managing the pandemic; adjusting to online assessments; and fighting different forms of ...
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News Note from Sarah Davies, BILT Director As we approach the end of what has felt like a very long ...
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Sarah is a Senior Lecturer within the School of Anatomy and was recently nominated by the University to apply for ...
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The Bristol Curriculum Framework inspires us to create space for our students to work on real world problems, reflect on ...
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Universities have been adopting ‘student voice’ mechanisms as a means of enhancing their programmes for some time. In my experience, this has been moderately successful, used ...
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There has been a distinctive rise of e-learning over the past couple of months, whereby teaching is undertaken remotely and ...
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In this blog I hope to introduce you to some top tips for building communities within breakout rooms and why ...
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In no other year in the past few decades (at least) has the functioning of different sectors been altered to ...
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Guest blog from Professor Bridget Anderson and Emma Newcombe This time in 2019 we at Migration Mobilities Bristol (MMB), one ...
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News Tales of the Digital (and Blended): Small things that make a big difference - discussion workshops. Our staff and ...
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In mid-November BILT invited 21 students from all faculties and year groups to take part in an online 'Blended Learning ...
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Thinking back to the beginning of my first year in 2017, I remember going to a social mixer with staff and other first year students. Awkward at ...
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For the first time, the BILT student Hackathon was delivered entirely digitally. The interactive event provided students with a unique opportunity to feedback on their experience of ...
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