In this blog, I share thoughts from Lincoln Wallen, Chief Technical Officer at Improbable. His perspective draws on his career journey, starting out as an academic and then a trailblazing ...
Employability in the Curriculum series. Many of us in the Careers Service have been participating in BILT’s fantastic Digital Design course over the past few weeks – and we’ve been ...
Emilie Poletto-Lawson is an Educational Developer (based in Academic Staff Development) and a BILT fellow working on the BILT theme of inclusive assessment.  This blog of a follow up from ...
Emilie Poletto-Lawson is an educational developer (based in Academic Staff Development) and a BILT Fellow working on the BILT theme of inclusive assessment.  If you are at the stage of ...
*Inclusive teaching The following post was written by Emilie Poletto-Lawson, who has been a BILT Fellow since January 2018.  I am a BILT fellow (based in Academic Staff Development), working ...
The following post was written by Nic Aaron, PhD candidate and Assistant Teacher in the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies.  Amongst the many opportunities on offer to me ...
The following post was written by BILT's Academic Director, Alvin Birdi.   adaptable, confident, knowledgeable, cognitively and practically resilient and innovative, and aware of their social responsibilities as citizens of contemporary, ...
The following post was written by Omari G. Hutchinson, a PhD student at Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Education, Birmingham, UK, who attended an event hosted by BILT and the Centre ...