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As we look forward to our next student hackathon we have taken the opportunity to pause and reflect the outcomes of July's event. During the hackathon, students reflected on their ...
Welcome Week 2022 featured the launch of the first Bristol Futures Festival that introduced new first years to the unique Bristol educational offer ...
When a student says or does something that is offensive, it is important to talk to them about it. We know that this is a difficult task, as so many ...
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“The ideal teacher student relationship exists when the student is better than the teacher”, so writes the Japanese author Kenzaburō Ōe. ...
Did you know that their resources are accessible to everyone at the University of Bristol? QAA membership is available for free to staff and students in a wide range of ...
"The Bristol Plus Award team worked with staffs to provide great help to students. They are approachable, supportive and provide fast and high-quality advice and guidance. ...
Faculty Timetabling & Education Officer in Education and Student Experience, Examinations, Timetabling and Graduation Team "Emma, quite simply, goes above and beyond to make our teaching happen in Engineering. ...
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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 ...
In secondary schools in England at the moment, students are preparing for public examinations which may represent the final assessment adaptations to Covid-19.   Undergraduates who have studied in the UK ...
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. ...
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 ...
Dr Rabeya Khatoon, Senior Lecturer in the School of Economics goes through each step of setting up Turnitin PeerMark. More content can be found on the BILT video site ...
Dr Rabeya Khatoon Senior Lecturer in the School of Economics presents her experience of Flipped classes with peer marking. Rabeya has also produced an instructional video for Turnitin PeerMark More ...
Dr Joel Ross, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, talking about his experiences during the 'Reflections on Hybrid Teaching' workshop. ...
Robin Shields, Professor of Education in the School of Education, talks about his experiences during the 'Reflections on Hybrid Teaching' workshop. More content can be found on the BILT video site ...
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 ...
Introducing the new Sustainability Department Champion role. ...
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 ...
A student perspective on the history of research ethics, research bias, and general research issues. ...
Video case study - Roger Gardner and Suzanne Collins present hybrid teaching scenarios. ...
Case study reflecting on integrating employability support for doctoral students into an existing event. ...
Podcast - Student Fellow Rhona speaks to Madhu Krishnan, Professor of African, World and Comparative Literatures in the Department of English. ...