So, I will be honest, I have been dwelling on this blog idea for a while now, and the reason I haven’t written it is because I was stuck. I was struggling to come up … Continue reading
For the last year I have been on a BILT fellowship looking into learning space. I have travelled far and wide to see different teaching spaces, I have read numerous papers and I have written … Continue reading
Lisa Howarth is a BILT Student Fellow, working on the theme ‘Making the Most of our Teaching Spaces’ at the University of Bristol. As she comes to the end of her fellowship, she reflects on … Continue reading
The following post was written by James Norman, a BILT Fellow and programme director for Civil Engineering.
Today I continue my physical journey into the research of space as I embark on my third road … Continue reading
The following post was written by Emilie Poletto-Lawson, a BILT Fellow and Educational Developer in Academic Staff Development.
The Academic Practice Directorate at the University of the West of England (UWE) is the equivalent of … Continue reading
Students, come along and have your say on the future of physical and virtual teaching spaces at the University of Bristol! As universities move towards more active learning, teaching spaces are becoming
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 Lisa Howarth, who has been … Continue reading
Since the launch of the ‘Rethinking Spaces’ theme in June 2018, several things are going on.
The ‘Teaching Space Principles’ were formally signed off in October and are now available to be used as a … Continue reading
The following blog was written by James Norman, a Senior Lecturer in Engineering and a BILT Fellow.
I am sure we have all been there, it’s the Monday before the start of term and as … Continue reading
The following blog was written by James Norman, a Senior Teaching Fellow and a BILT Fellow since September 2018.
For centuries universities have taught in lecture theatres. But the lecture theatre may well soon be … Continue reading