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Members of the Education for Sustainable Development Staff network will share examples of how they have integrated environmental sustainability in their teaching, and the motivations and context behind their choice of educational experience – their ‘theories of change’ – and the tensions and controversies this can raise in education.
Artificial Intelligence is now so accessible that, with some clever steps, it can produce good quality essays that rarely get caught by plagiarism checks. The higher education sector is abuzz with talk on how this will affect the rate of cheating and the impact on student learning. What does this mean for our practice?
University of Bristol Guidance for staff: Impact of Artificial Intelligence, such as ChatGPT, in assessments
In our final two episodes of the currents series. Louise Howson talks to:
Dr Hadi Abulrub a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering who explores the literature around programme level assessment and how this should be encouraged
Dr Andy Wakeman a Senior Lecturer in the School of Biological Sciences about how learner generated digital media benefits for both students and teachers.
BILT Student Fellow, Domi Duff, has created an infographic to share student’s feedback on what makes an authentic assessment from our Student Hackathon in December.
BILT’s Student Research Journal is a, peer-reviewed journal, dedicated to the encouragement of students and the wider academic community to value undergraduate research through the publication of high-quality student research. The journal publishes outstanding work from across the University’s faculties, highlighting the diversity and breadth in the work of Bristol students, and enables valuable professional experience in reading and editing submissions, carrying out the peer-review process and preparing papers for publication, for the all-student publication board.
We hope the journal will encourage students to see themselves as researchers and promote the view that they are valued members of the academic community at the University of Bristol. Explore our previous Student Research Journals and please encourage your students to submit.