BILT Briefing: Issue 106

Welcome back! We hope you all had a restful and enjoyable break and are enjoying the lovely late summer sun we are having this week.


Student Research Journal: Issue 4 published!

We are so excited to share that the fourth issue of the University’s Student Research Journal has now been published and is available to view online, or you can see one of two printed volumes in the Arts and Social Sciences library. This completely student-produced journal is a huge achievement for all the students involved – we’d like to give a special mention to (now ex-) Student Fellow Layla Savage for the work she has put into it.

View the online version here.

It’s our birthday!

This week marks five years of the BILT Briefing and six years of the BILT Blog! We’re so proud of the growth we’ve seen over the last six years (we get more readers per month now than we did in all of 2018!) but we think we can be doing more. 

close up photo of pineapple with party hat and a black sunglasses

We think it’s a good point to step back and look at what we are doing, why we are doing it and whether we can do anything to improve. We’ve created a survey to try and glean some feedback from our amazing readers. We want to make sure we’re publishing the sort of stuff you want to read about in the formats you want to see it. We would hugely appreciate it if you could take two minutes (literally, just two!) to complete this survey. Many thanks!

Take the survey.


Standalone blogs we’ve published over the summer:

New and continued blog series:

View all blogs on Resonance Pedagogy here:

View the full series here:


Following the success of the first event, we are hosting another ‘AI Playground’ event on 18 October 2023 in Ivy Gate from 2pm – 5pm. Please visit Develop to book your place.

The Elizabeth Blackwell Institute will be holding a workshop on young people’s mental health on Monday 20 November 11:00 – 13:00. Please visit the website to book your place and see more information.

Share your practice!

If you’re feeling inspired to share a story from your teaching, impact you’ve had with students or just write about something you feel passionate about (teaching and learning related!), please get in touch with us. Our blog receives over 3,000 visitors a month and we’re always looking for new stories, research and ideas to share. 

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