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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 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 ...
News ...And the Bristol Teaching Award nominees are in! We'd like to say a huge thank you and congratulations to all staff nominated for a Bristol Teaching Award this year. ...
A few months ago, I wrote a blogpost on urban spaces and the concept of the civic university. This topic is now reconsidered in the context a pandemic-affected world and ...
Hi, I’m Emily Kinder. I did my undergrad degree at Bristol but just couldn’t stay away, and now I’m back to do an MPhil in English and to work as ...
We asked our Student Fellows to write us a short blog about their background and what they are doing as part of their BILT role. The following blog is from ...
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Discussing the use of Near-peer learning to support student learning, engagement between year groups and development of transferable skills. ...
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A project that engaged students in real life scientific investigation and field work, to develop scientific report writing and data handling. In addition it benefitted students in developing transferable skills ...