We are delighted to announce the appointment of 4 new Student Fellows for 2020/21. The Student Fellows will be working on the themes of building inclusive online communities, assessment and ...
Working with a bunch of new and seasoned authors and publishing a modest-sized edited collection against all odds is indeed an extraordinary experience! After the persistent hard work during the ...
News Student Digital Champions Bristol SU and the Digital Education Office are looking for 12 students (undergraduate and postgraduate) to help shape and improve Bristol students' experience of blended learning ...
As the nights draw in and the newspapers give us little to be cheerful about, it can be particularly hard to stay optimistic at this time.  The changes made over the spring ...
News National Teaching Fellowship (NTF) and Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) Schemes 2021 – now open! BILT are now accepting expressions of interest (EOIs) for the 2021 NTF and ...
As we approach the start of the main teaching term I wanted to thank everyone across the university for the enormous efforts you’ve put into designing and creating online and ...
News Recruiting Student Fellows We are currently looking to recruit four, part-time (approx 1 day a week) BILT Student Fellows to join the team. This year's projects will focus on: ...
Toby and Emily design a form of assessment - We recently published our first issue of the BILT Undergraduate Research Journal and the fantastic engagement from students got us Student ...
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In the spirit of having a bit of fun with digital-only teaching spaces, I propose some ways to lighten the digital experience and take advantage of digital social norms. ...
When I started the role as the authentic learning student fellow, I was a heady combination of huge ideas and had no idea how to do it, or how to ...
Trying to sum up my year at BILT is a tricky one - it definitely feels like a tale of two halves. One full of optimism and endless possibilities, and ...
We’ve reached the end of our stint as Student Fellows at BILT and it’s been quite the rollercoaster. If you’d told me at the start of the academic year that ...
Given its importance, encouraging and facilitating career thinking authentically within the curriculum is the focus of this final post in the series. So what does it look like in practice? ...
Engaged Learning involves students working with an external organisation on a real-world problem, as part of the curriculum. ...
This map has been designed to make it easier for students and staff to find units that include elements of authentic learning. It includes everything from integrated assessment to real-world ...
In April, BILT were meant to take 30 students to Leeds to present their research projects at the British Conference for Undergraduate Research (BCUR). It would have been the first ...
Looking back at this year's blog posts and resources, including posts & podcasts from the BILT Student Fellows, resources from Tales from the Digital Classroom conference and the Employability series ...
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Forest Gump comparing life to ‘a box of chocolates’ is a great movie moment, but can it really be applied to our experiences of introducing a new University wide quality ...
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) established in 2015 provide the world with a unified direction. There are seventeen major goals that cover climate change, gender equality, no poverty and the ...
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Opportunities to apply learning to real-world contexts and challenges help to prepare students for life and work beyond university. ...
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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 ...
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Here are the past briefings starting from 2018, including holiday specials, that were hosted on Blackboard before we moved to publishing them on the blog, enjoy! ...
Asking the right questions gets the best data. ...
While for some students reflecting on their skills and thinking ahead will come naturally, others need more help and encouragement. Students recognising their employability will in turn enable them to ...