I didn’t finish Uni quite how I thought I would (to put it mildly). Ignoring, for now, the slightly terrifying world I’ll be graduating into (which is something I’m getting quite good at), one big … Continue reading
The Engaging Assessment and Research & Evaluation Special Interest Groups from RAISE would like to invite you all to a joint online SIG meeting taking place on Friday 5th June 2020 (10:30am – 3:30pm). The purpose … Continue reading
This webinar is aimed at colleagues who will be involved in marking and moderating assignments submitted through Blackboard using the Marks and Feedback extension.
Areas covered: accessing assignments on Blackboards, using online marking features to … Continue reading
This might not seem like a time of opportunity. Everything is cancelled or postponed, and it seems like our worlds are shrinking (both metaphorically, and physically – something I’m acutely aware of as I’m currently … Continue reading
Last week I attended an ‘Emergency First Aid at Work’ training course. I had minor concerns about whether I would be able to use the defibrillator correctly (nailed it) and whether we’d be made to … Continue reading
The following post was written by Dr. Isabel Hopwood-Stephens, a TESTA Researcher.
As one of the TESTA researchers attached to BILT, I’m going to be involved in collecting and analysing data about Bristol undergraduates’ experience … Continue reading
Yesterday, after an excruciating three-week wait, it was the Education Services Charity Bake Off Final. I had made it through to the final after winning my heat (cheese and rosemary scones, if you must know) … Continue reading
The following piece was written by Helen Heath, a BILT Fellow, Reader in Physics and (soon to be!) University Education Director (Quality).
Why do we think that students being strategic in their learning is a … Continue reading