July's BILT conference 'Tales from the Digital Classroom' had a whole host of amazing talks, sessions and highly entertaining chat, ...
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When I started the role as the authentic learning student fellow, I was a heady combination of huge ideas and ...
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This map has been designed to make it easier for students and staff to find units that include elements of ...
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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) established in 2015 provide the world with a unified direction. There are seventeen major goals ...
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When I heard the Science of Happiness course was being made available, I was immediately curious. Not only did Bruce Hood’s course offering provide ...
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Hazel McShane is a final year Physics and Innovation student and co-founder of SATIS, the female urinal. We caught up ...
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 “The value of authentic activity is not constrained to learning in real-life locations and practice, but that the benefits of ...
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Bristol is fortunate enough to have a large population of international students, many of whom come from mainland China. Given ...
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Keir and I met in a design studio in the Centre for Innovation. Throughout the interview, staff and students alike ...
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I am a student with considerable climate anxiety. I worry constantly about how my own actions could possibly lead to ...
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Hussain Abass is a third-year aerospace engineering student and president of the Islamic Society (or ISoc). We met in the ...
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Spotlight on 'Supporting Risk' Elsie Aluko is a second year Physics student, and founder of the AfroLit society. We meet ...
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Dear reader, My name is Marnie Woodmeade, I am a fresh-faced Student Fellow working on the ‘challenge-led, authentic learning’ project. ...
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