Posts By: Emma Crowley

Choose a name for BU’s new Research Data Repository

We are now in the final stages of developing a repository solution for Bournemouth University research data.  Like its partner BURO (Bournemouth University Research Online), BU’s open access research output repository that shares your BRIAN deposits with the world, the new research data repository will provide a secure yet open access place to archive and showcase… Read more »

Library and Learning Support Induction – VIDEO GUIDE

Library and Learning Support have developed Induction video guide  that links to content in Library, Study Skills and Language Learning areas in both myBU and Brightspace.  This has been used to augment face-to-face inductions and as a great aide memoir for students, which can be neatly embedded within reading lists and unit materials.  This forms part… Read more »

LLS Study Skills Workshop Programme

Library and Learning Support have developed a new Study Skills guide to enhance access to the extensive Study Skills Workshop Programme that we deliver to support students. Linking to existing study skills guidance in  myBU and Brightspace the guide makes choosing and booking a workshop even easier.  It will be particularly useful for Programme Leaders… Read more »

PASS/PAL Leader Conference – using Mahara to share innovatively

Following the incredibly successful 7th Annual UK and Ireland PASS/PAL Leader Conference held at Bournemouth University on 4-6th November was the challenge of how to innovatively share details of the event with delegates, colleagues, academic partners and PAL leaders. Using the Mahara portfolio tool a dynamic page view was created, that could be sent to delegates,… Read more »

PASS/PAL Leader Conference Update

Bournemouth University hosted the 7th Annual UK and Ireland PASS/PAL Leader Conference last weekend (4-6th November), with over 130 delegates attending from 34 institutions. The event, officially opened by Tim McIntyre-Bhatty and held predominantly in our beautiful Fusion Building, included dedicated programmes for both student PAL Leaders and staff who manage PAL in their institution… Read more »