Three years ago, veterinary anatomy lecturer Julie Dickson applied for a Discretionary Seedcorn Funding to kick off a student-run Anatomy Club in the Vet School. A student committee was set ...
We are delighted to confirm that we will shortly be launching the Bristol Teaching Awards (BTAs) 2022. Staff and students can place their nominations from 21st March – 11th April, 9am. ...
There are three weeks left to sign up to present at our annual conference in June, focusing on hopeful, compassionate and effective approaches to teaching. We want to showcase teaching ...
So, you want to write a book. And so, it’s time to put pen to paper and get writing. Right? Wrong! Before you write the book you need to find ...
Get involved Call for papers: 'The Compassionate Conference' We're looking for colleagues to submit abstracts by 14th March, for our upcoming BILT annual conference, focusing on hopeful, compassionate and affective ...
They are finally here. In partnership with the Students' Union, we have spent over a year creating hype and slowly introducing the roles of Sustainability Champions at the University of Bristol. As ...
Hackathons are events in which participants are asked a question, or given a problem, and have a limited amount of time to find a solution. Most commonly used in engineering ...
With the move towards blended learning, it can sometimes feel like we’ve been living in a virtual world over the past two years, our heads jammed with thoughts about online ...
We're looking to expand our case studies collection! We are especially looking for colleagues who are doing large (>200!) group teaching and hybrid teaching. Do you think you have something ...
Resources Embedding Employability toolkit The Careers Service in collaboration with BILT have created this brilliant toolkit on how to embed employability within your curriculum. Illustrated with examples from inside the ...
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In a time of extended stress on mental health, small actions can salve a weary heart and restore faith in how communities can and do care for each other. ...
Looking at successes and rejections This post is about James' previous book proposals – because when we write our new proposal we come with a history (hopefully mostly good) and ...
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I’m not really a fan of New Year celebrations. As the year ticks into the next you’ll most likely find me tucked up in bed. However, one thing I do ...
We’ve had another really busy year! Between taking on new Student Fellows, BILT Associates, growing the core team and partnering with a number of other departments and institutions with funded ...
We've got three new posts from our Student Fellows this week: Oops I forgot to get informed consent / Boosting sustainability at Uni: the new Sustainability Champions / The Price of ...
This autumn has seen more hybrid teaching at Bristol: sessions where different students need to attend the same session online and on campus simultaneously. These sessions can be very demanding ...
It might seem obvious that people participating in research must agree to participate. This is what we call ‘informed consent’, where a participant is told of all the potential risks ...
Introducing the new Sustainability Department Champion role. ...
Poverty, Mental Health, and the Financial Barriers Students Face As both a student fellow focussing on the experiences of disabled students and a final year disabled student myself, I often ...
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Events Reflections on hybrid learning workshop - Wednesday 24th November, 4 -5pm This workshop will explore hybrid practices with a range of colleagues across the University, share successes, troubleshoot problems ...
On 10 November, a highly interdisciplinary group of lecturers, students, and BILT staff convened to discuss a recent literature review undertaken by Shahjahan and colleagues, ‘“Decolonizing” Curriculum and Pedagogy: A ...
I began University hopeful, if cautious. After a trying year in which the chronic health condition, which I have suffered from since I was twelve, forced me to study entirely ...
News and Events 'Exploring Transformational Experiences' Hackathon - 8th and 15th DecemberWe're looking for approx. 30 students, from all disciplines and levels of study, to take part in a hackathon ...