This Zine was created by BILT Student Fellow Kai Charles, working on the project 'Experiences of Disabled Students'. ...
stacks of silver coins; top view down on top of books that are standing up; muted colours
As costs are rising across every facet of life, I wanted to take a moment to consider how this is affecting our students and how we can address the issue ...
Three years ago, veterinary anatomy lecturer Julie Dickson applied for a Discretionary Seedcorn Funding to kick off a student-run Anatomy Club in the Vet School. A student committee was set ...
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 ...
Last week, I got the chance to take part in BILT’s annual Hackathon, which focused on students’ blended learning experience. For better or worse, this new way of learning is something ...
Bristol is fortunate enough to have a large population of international students, many of whom come from mainland China. Given the new form of online teaching, this presents some significant ...
Explanation of the Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) initiative to supplement taught sessions with student led active learning sessions. ...
Introduction and ideas on how to use Experiential Learning as a teaching and learning approach. ...
Blog post detailing the development of a picture card game "Histo-link" to solidify knowledge about histology ...