Guest blog from Professor Bridget Anderson and Emma Newcombe This time in 2019 we at Migration Mobilities Bristol (MMB), one ...
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The EAUC, Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges, is an influential leader worldwide on all things sustainability and climate change. I’ve attended several annual EAUC ...
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In the spirit of having a bit of fun with digital-only teaching spaces, I propose some ways to lighten the ...
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A few months ago, I wrote a blogpost on urban spaces and the concept of the civic university. This topic ...
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A collection of ‘recipes’ to try with your students to introduce more active learning activities into your sessions. With a ...
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We've established a network of Digital Champions to support you in the transition to blended education. There are Digital Champions ...
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In these ‘unprecedented times’ (yes, I said it) one thing at least is certain...like it or loath it, online teaching ...
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Adding game design and mechanics to your online content can make it more engaging, motivational and enjoyable. Online educational content ...
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This AdvanceHE webinar was chaired by Patrick Baughan with presenters David Carless, Jess Moody and Jess Stokes discussing different aspects. ...
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 “The value of authentic activity is not constrained to learning in real-life locations and practice, but that the benefits of ...
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Having spent many hours in quarantine fighting enemies in online games, I sat down at my computer last Wednesday to ...
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Chinese higher education institutions are ahead of the rest of the world in adapting to the Covid-19 pandemic, testing new ...
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1. Start with an activity. Engage students from the beginning by asking them to write a question they’d like to ...
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From Thursday 19th March Professor Tansy Jessop, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education, will host a short “daily digital” on a range of ...
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The following post was written by Amy Palmer, BILT Digital Resources Officer. This year’s Digifest explored the theme ‘Shaping education ...
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The first ‘Using Games in Teaching’ event, organised by Chrysanthi Tseloudi and Suzi Wells from the Digital Education Office, saw 25 ...
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The ‘Exploring Microsoft Office 365 for Teaching and Learning’ event took place on Monday 10th September in Great George Street, ...
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Provision of timely, detailed feedback is important for student learning (1), yet can be challenging to achieve in practice. Technology ...
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Sven Friedemann tells us about the videos he developed for his 4th Year Physics students to help them understand complex ...
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