A case study exploring the use of online practical labs, including live broadcasts, interactive online experiments, and post-lab quizzes. ...
A case study describing collaboration, pedagogy and design of the Sustainable Development optional unit, an interdisciplinary blended learning 20cp unit taken by up to 300 students a year. ...
The challenges and recommendations for moving to online exams . ...
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A reflection on current events for Researchfish and UKRI, and how this can be used as a cross-disciplinary case study of research ethics and practice nationally. ...
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A discussion of issues facing teaching staff looking to introduce or expand research-rich curriculum, how we can limit our ambitions, the role of intersectionality, and the interplay of research culture ...
Three Bristol students discuss why ethics are important to research, what’s most challenging about research ethics, and what the university can do to support students undertaking research. ...
Read the whole series. 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 ...
A student perspective on the history of research ethics, research bias, and general research issues. ...
Video case study - Dr Jonny Johnston an Academic Developer in the Centre for Academic Practice at Trinity College Dublin presents his case study, ‘Hybrid teaching - Implications for academic ...
Student perspective on pedagogies that support student research, including building communities of practice within the student body, to improve the student experience and build research skillsets that are future ready. ...
Paul talks about getting into teaching but also the development of ChemLabs and other online tools to engage students. ...
Student perspective on how flipped learning supports students as researchers through active learning and putting students in the mindset of researchers. ...
A student perspective on the importance of peer feedback, academic journal activities, and criticality for active learning and research-engagement. ...
Explore this range of film-making resources include film-making guides, a film making log sheet and storyboard template. This resource is suitable for staff and student use. ...
BILT Student Fellow, discussing his experience of alternative (non-exam) assessments and the lessons that can be learned from this. ...
Video case study exploring exam strategy sessions for final year students. ...
Video case study on how research-led teaching can be delivered online. ...
This short video case study provides guidance on moving practical/lab based sessions online ...
Looking at the use of podcasts as a form of assessment, the resource includes a practical guide to creating podcasts with links to tutorials and suggested equipment. ...
Blog series 'The Office' - find out how James Norman created his own 'company', complete with its own office space in order to teach his Timber Engineering unit. Students worked ...
A student perspective on research-rich teaching, references Healey's nexus, Education Committee and student representation, and applied student research skills. ...
Blog post and poster for a project looking into support for graduates on the Accelerated Graduate Entry Programme (AGEP), specifically looking at the impact physical and digital space had on ...
Blog post describing the development of the game "Microbial Pursuit" to aid student learning ...
A PowerPoint showing the re-design of materials and session to include weekly tests and problem based active group work. ...