2022 - Issue 3 of the Student Research Journal. ...
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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. ...
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 ...
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. ...
Visit the Student Research Journal webpage for all issues. We are delighted to share the University of Bristol's first ever undergraduate research journal. We are so proud to celebrate the ...
It’s getting to that time of year where students usually inhabit the library every day, furiously typing away at their dissertations. But how do you go about writing your diss ...
The following post was written by Dr. Isabel Hopwood-Stephens, a TESTA Researcher. As one of the TESTA researchers attached to BILT, I’m going to be involved in collecting and analysing ...
Overview of discussions of examples of game based approaches to teaching ...
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 ...