BILT Briefings, News

BILT Briefing Issue 62

News

Final reminder – BILT’s ‘The Connected Conference’ is next week!

Our annual virtual conference is taking place next Wednesday from 10am – 4pm and includes keynotes from Dr. Helen O’Sullivan and Dave White plus over 25 speakers from inside the University. For full details and to book your ticket please visit this page.

Student Fellow positions now available!

We are now recruiting for next academic year’s Student Fellows positions. In our fifth year of running this highly-popular student role, we are looking for six students working across five projects including:

  • Decolonising the curriculum
  • Embedding sustainable development into the curriculum
  • Students as co-creators and researchers
  • Blended learning and online community
  • Experiences of disabled students

Deadline for applications is 8th August. Full details of the role can be found on the mycareers site. Get in touch with Amy Palmer for more information about the role.

BILT Associate positions – applications still being accepted

We are really please with how many people have applied to be BILT Associates so far! We’re still looking for people to work on three projects:

  • Supporting students with the transition to University (applicants now must have availability in August/ September)
  • Assessment and feedback
  • Evaluation of projects

Full details can be found on the BILT website.

Funding and mentoring available for Education Development Projects

We are still taking applications for staff looking to undertake Education Development Projects. Funding of up to a total of £2000 and mentoring support will be attributed to each project, as outlined in the application. Projects may be anything from a few months up to 2 years long and can begin between August and October 2021.

Full details can be found on our website.

Resources

Assessment Bites: Academic Integrity and Assessment Design

One of the challenges of taking assessment online has been issues of academic integrity. In this short series of reflections and case studies we hear about perspectives on academic integrity and assessment design: 

See more about assessment and feedback, including case studies on BILT’s webpages.  

Blogs and podcasts

Events

The Connected Conference, 14th July, 10am – 4pm

Full details on our Events page.

Education for Sustainability and the Climate Emergency, 17th July, 2 – 3.30pm.

Book tickets and see full details here.

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