We will be taking a short break from the BILT Friday Briefing over August, returning on the 4th September to kick start the new academic year. We look forward to bringing you more news, resources and events in the coming year.
2020 Wharton-QS Reimagine Education Awards
Global HE Think Tank QS Quacquarelli Symonds invites applications for its Reimagine Education Awards which rewards outstanding approaches to teaching and learning. Projects that aim to respond to the challenges presented by the COVID-19 outbreak are of particular interest. Applications close on the 12th September, find out more here.
Putting the ‘Ex’ in Exams?
Blog by BILT Student Fellow Toby Roberts reflecting on this year’s assessment changes, read the post here.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the University of Bristol: Are they the future?
Blog by BILT Student Fellow Marnie Woodmeade on how SDGs could present fresh opportunities for Bristol as we emerge from lockdown. Read the post here.
Life’s like a box of chocolates: Working on Quality Street
Blog by Kate Whittington and Catherine Hindson on behalf of the University Quality Team provides chocolate themed comparisons for the new University Quality Framework and process. Yum! Read the post here.
Employability in the curriculum series continues
The next instalment in this blog series from the Faculty Employability Team in the Careers Service explores ‘The Why and How of real-world learning’, read the post here.
BILT Student Fellows podcast takeover
As they approach the of their year long projects, the BILT Student Fellows reflect on their individual and collective achievements and outline what the future might look like for themselves, the University and learning and teaching more broadly. Listen to the podcast here.
Tales from the Digital Classroom resources
Reminder that all materials from the Tales from the Digital Classroom conference, including videos and supportive materials are now available. All materials are available on the BILT Blackboard site accessible here or view the video resources on the BILT Channel here. Resources include:
- ‘What’s the worst that could happen’ keynote with Prof Simon Usherwood
- ‘Its not about technology; it’s about paradigms’ keynote with Prof Tansy Jessop
- Various staff contributions on digital innovations
Digital Design: individual, self-study course
The Digital Design – individual self-study course has launched, which means you can work through the course at your own pace and in your own time. Find out more about the course and how to register 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
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