Looking forward to a busy 2023
We are looking forward to another busy year here at BILT. Our courses and events start next week. These include Introduction to HE Teaching at Bristol on the 9th January and our popular Show, Talk and Tell series on the 11th January where we be exploring community building and student belonging thorough in-person activities. Later in the year we will host our fourth Student Research Festival, Bristol Teaching Awards, BILT Conference and publish the 2023 Student Research Journal. Not forgetting new case studies, blog posts, podcasts and much more.
Pedagogy podcast: episode three
Listen to the third episode in our current series on pedagogy. In this podcast, Louise Howson talks with Beke Zwingmann a lecturer in the University of Bristol Law School who explores comparative pedagogy and its influence on teaching and learning.
Show, Tell and Talk: community building and student belonging through in-person activities
90 minute in-person session, chaired by Ros O’Leary will explore how we can design both curricular and extra-curricular activities and sessions which build students’ sense of wellbeing and belonging through in-person activities.
What the Receptio scandal teaches us about plagiarism and academia
A scandal full of twists and turns created a storm in academia over the festive break. It featured egregious plagiarism, threatening social media accounts, potential funding fraud, and fake prestige profiles. Grab your popcorn ‘cause this is quite the tale
Student Research Journal – Call for submissions
The closing date is fast approaching for undergraduate and postgraduate taught student submissions for our fourth Student Research Journal. Please share this opportunity.
Decolonising and Diversifying the Biomedical Sciences Curricula
Tuesday 17 January 2023, 10:00 – 11:00.
Hybrid event – Zoom or Room 2.26 | 35 Berkeley Square Clifton Bristol BS8 1JA
Hear about the work that taken place in Biomedical Sciences and what is next.