It’s going to be an odd Easter break this year, with egg hunts limited to back gardens (if you’re lucky enough to have one!) and with the looming transition to online teaching on all of our minds. If you’re looking for some light reading/ listening to ease you into the new way of working, browse our Easter Reading List for blogs and podcasts from BILT staff, Student Fellows and others in the sector.
Ash Tierney, BILT Lecturer, ‘Learning from the experiences of China’, https://bilt.online/learning-from-the-experience-of-higher-education-in-china/
Toby Roberts, BILT Student Fellow and third year Biological Sciences student, ‘Active Learning Infographic: A Retrospective’, https://bilt.online/active-learning-infographic-retro-spective/.
Marnie Woodmeade, BILT Student Fellow and International Development Masters student, ‘Teaching Beyond the Firewall’, https://bilt.online/teaching-beyond-the-firewall/
Humans of Bristol University series, BILT Student Fellows, https://bilt.online/category/humans-of-bristol-university/
SEDA, ‘Designing out plagiarism for online assessment’, https://thesedablog.wordpress.com/2020/04/02/online-assessment/
Owen Barlow, BILT Student Fellow and final year Liberal Arts student, ‘Voicing Vulnerabilities in Higher Education’ podcast, https://soundcloud.com/biltvoicingvulnerability
Various, ‘BILT Broadcast’ podcast (latest episode: ‘Coronavirus Catch Up’), https://soundcloud.com/biltbroadcast (or search ‘BILT Broadcast’ on Spotify/ Apple Podcasts)
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