In the first  Decolonising the Curriculum Interview Series BILT Student Fellow Rhona Wilkinson talks with with Lauren Hutfield, a final year Politics and ...
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BILT Student Fellows will be running a Decolonising the Curriculum Interview Series with people throughout the university who are doing some amazing work regarding ...
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We had some technical difficulties with one of the mics, but that didn't stop this interesting discussion between BILT Student ...
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TESTA (transforming the experience of students through assessment) aims to improve the quality of student learning through addressing programme-level assessment. ...
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Higher education needs to go beyond designing research-informed degrees. By building communities of practice within the student body, universities can ...
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After attending the University of Bristol People’s Assembly, BILT Student Fellow Rhona explores some of the discussions, themes and debates ...
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In order to honour LGBTQ+ History month I thought I would write a blog on how we can make small ...
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This blog reflects on EDI training provided to the BILT Student Fellows, to explore how it connects to BILT's key ...
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This summer, students in Bristol were juggling multiple major responsibilities at once:  managing the pandemic; adjusting to online assessments; and fighting different forms of ...
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Universities have been adopting ‘student voice’ mechanisms as a means of enhancing their programmes for some time. In my experience, this has been moderately successful, used ...
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There has been a distinctive rise of e-learning over the past couple of months, whereby teaching is undertaken remotely and ...
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In this blog I hope to introduce you to some top tips for building communities within breakout rooms and why ...
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Thinking back to the beginning of my first year in 2017, I remember going to a social mixer with staff and other first year students. Awkward at ...
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For the first time, the BILT student Hackathon was delivered entirely digitally. The interactive event provided students with a unique opportunity to feedback on their experience of ...
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Last week, I got the chance to take part in BILT’s annual Hackathon, which focused on students’ blended learning experience. For ...
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The BILT Hackathon first involved us splitting into groups and discussing the main challenges that we as students are finding ...
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Addressing and challenging misconceptions around decolonising university curriculums. ...
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I began university like many other students, with little knowledge of what research is or the processes behind it. Yet, ...
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Hello Bristol!   My name is Chloe and I’m one of four fabulous Student Fellows who will be working with BILT over the academic year. ...
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Hi, I’m Jonny! I will be a BILT Student Fellow alongside studying for my Master’s in Education (Learning, Technology and Society). I am incredibly excited to embark on this ...
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My name is Michelle Jideofor and I am one of the new BILT Student Fellows. Being a third year Civil Engineering student, this ...
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Hi all – hoping you are all doing well in such strange times (I am sure you have heard this ...
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Toby and Emily design a form of assessment - We recently published our first issue of the BILT Undergraduate Research ...
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July's BILT conference 'Tales from the Digital Classroom' had a whole host of amazing talks, sessions and highly entertaining chat, ...
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