New briefing format
You will notice that the briefing is now in a new format and platform. This is because Amy Palmer (Digital Resources Officer) is now on maternity leave. We wish Amy well for the coming months and hope you will enjoy the new format on WordPress. If you have any enquiries that would normally be directed to Amy, please contact the BILT mailbox – email@example.com in the first instance.
Express your interest in the asynchronous August run of Digital Design
Please fill in this form if you are interested in taking the Digital Design course in August and we will keep you updated with any details that become available. Staff who have already taken earlier runs of the course are welcome to take this as a refresher, if you wish. Find out more about the course by reading this blog post.
FUTURES2020 – Call for researchers
Researchers, research teams and postgraduate research students are invited to take part in FUTURES2020, a festival of discovery in Bristol, Bath, Exeter, and Plymouth celebrating European Researchers’ Night (27-28 November). Funded by the EU Commission, this is the largest showcase of cutting-edge research across the region with over 300 researchers participating in a range of public events. To find out more see the website or email Diane Thorne or Joel Morley at firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date for submissions – Friday 31 July.
‘Tales from the Digital Classroom’ Conference – recordings and materials
We were delighted to welcome over 150 staff to our first virtual conference ‘Tales from the Digital Classroom’ which shared stories and experiences of online – teaching, tools and techniques. If you were unable to attend the conference, or wish to refresh your memory, all session recordings and supporting materials from the day can be viewed on the Blackboard BILT site.
Employability in the curriculum series
Blog series from the Faculty Employability Team in the Careers Service. The first blog asks why does employability matter, the second explores what’s already in your curriculum and the third focuses on helping students to identify employability within the curriculum. Feedback is welcome to help the Team develop their advice and guidance further – comments can be posted at the end of each blog post.
Addressing disparities and the shadow pandemic
Blog by BILT Lecturer Aisling (Ash) Tierney on how COVID-19 is causing societal disparities that adversely affect BAME staff and students, read the post here.
The social determinants of well-being: A holistic approach to supporting students capacity to flourish in Higher Education
Blog by Student Fellow Owen Barlow on disparities in wellbeing among young people in Higher Education, read the post here.
Various DEO events
Please visit our Events page for full listings of forthcoming events.
If there is anything you would like to share via this briefing, please get in touch with the BILT Team at email@example.com