This week's Briefing is short but sweet as we've had a busy week interviewing our new Student Fellows and (trying to...) prepare everyone as much as possible for the introduction ...
An introduction to the new academic year from BILT Director, Sarah Davies. As some of our programmes start teaching, and the rest prepare to start in a couple of weeks, ...
It's our first Briefing of the academic year! We're so pleased to announce that 22 Associates have joined our team and the second annual student research journal is now available ...
The following post is from Christophe Fricker who started his BILT Associate role on the theme of Assessment and Feedback. My teaching is an ongoing inquiry into the various forms ...
The following post is from Simon Gamble who started his BILT Associate role in supporting students transition to University in August 2021. For the past five years I have been ...
The following post is from Sarah Jones who started her BILT Associate role in supporting students transition to University in August 2021. I am a social and cultural historian of ...
“Hi My Name is James And for 12 years I designed buildings.” This is how I normally start my lectures, almost regardless of topic. However when I started one of ...
The conference took place on 14th July 2021 on Zoom and explored how different connections have been established and nurtured, both in-person and online, and how we can take this ...
After attending a presentation on Students as Partners in Enhancing Digital Teaching and Learning (EDTL) by Maynooth University, I’ve been reflecting on the benefits of authentic student partnerships and how ...
keynote speakers Prof. Helen O’Sullivan (DVC and Provost at the University of Chester) and Dave White (Head of Digital Education and Academic Practice at the University of the Arts London). ...
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 ...
Last July, I had the pleasure of presenting at the BILT conference ‘Tales from the digital classroom’1. It was a great event with some fantastic presentations and a broad range ...
We are delighted to announce the winners of the Bristol Teaching Awards that were shared at the Bristol Teaching Celebration event on the 16th June. Huge congratulations to all our winners and thank you ...
A personal story of how family philosophy impacts attitudes to higher education. ...
Nigel discusses recent changes to assessments for students and how he prepared students for these new approaches. ...
Student Fellow Rhona reflects on her attendance to the recent UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development.   ...
We recently published a blog by Imogen Andrews, Chair of the Disability Network, on her reflections on the learning experience of students with disabilities. We wanted to follow this up ...
While the pandemic has disproportionately affected students with disabilities, it has also revealed the flaws around accessibility and inclusivity across the higher education sector. ...
We are delighted to invite you to the annual BILT conference! This year's BILT conference will explore how different connections have been established and nurtured, both in-person and online, and ...
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How can we invite meaningful feedback from our students? What are creative ways to learn about what students are thinking and feeling? What are student beliefs on their curriculum experiences? ...
In this blog, I share thoughts from Lincoln Wallen, Chief Technical Officer at Improbable. His perspective draws on his career journey, starting out as an academic and then a trailblazing ...
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Francesco Fornetti, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, has been shortlisted for the Inspiring and Innovative Teaching Award for the Faculty of Engineering, with multiple ...
News Nominees shortlisted for the #btas2021 Congratulations to all those shortlisted for a Bristol Teaching Award! Competition was fierce this year, with more than 850 staff members being nominated and ...
I'll admit it's not the most exciting blog title in the world, but this post contains information guaranteed to spice up your seminars, get tongues wagging in tutorials and send ...