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Journal of Information Literacy: new edition here and free to read

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===== Dear Colleagues, I’m thrilled to say that volume 12:2 of the Journal of Information Literacy has been published and is free to read and download at https://ojs.lboro.ac.uk/JIL/. This issue includes peer-reviewed articles on students’ funds of knowledge; how learners say they evaluate sources, and how they actually go about doing so; and the ‘seven voices’ of various… Read more »

Getting to Know Alexa

Following on from my discussion of domestic virtual assistants, I wanted to know more about how they worked in practice. I already have the Google Mini home and it is currently quite limited. It is linked to the Google Home Assistant which is basically your Google account, so it should link to all your Google… Read more »

Applying for HEA Fellowship

An Introduction to Applying for HEA Fellowship If you’re not sure where to start, or have questions around applying then attending one of these introductory sessions will be of benefit to you. A number of sessions will be run throughout the year to help support you in the application process, with the first three dates… Read more »

Applying for HEA Fellowship

An Introduction to Applying for HEA Fellowship If you’re not sure where to start, or have questions around applying then attending one of these introductory sessions will be of benefit to you. A number of sessions will be run throughout the year to help support you in the application process, with the first three dates… Read more »

Applying for HEA Fellowship

An Introduction to Applying for HEA Fellowship If you’re not sure where to start, or have questions around applying then attending one of these introductory sessions will be of benefit to you. A number of sessions will be run throughout the year to help support you in the application process, with the first three dates… Read more »

Join us – Aspiring National Teaching Fellows’ Networking Event, run by NTFs for aspiring NTFs

Aspiring National Teaching Fellows’ Networking Event, run by NTFs for aspiring NTFs Bournemouth University would like to invite you/your colleagues to a free networking event: Wednesday 21st November  – Aspiring Teaching Fellows’ networking event, run by NTFs for aspiring NTFs This event aims to support staff who wish to develop a national profile and who aim to pursue a… Read more »

Reflecting on your Education Practice

Last week saw the start of the next cohort of the Postgraduate certificate in Education practice, often referred to as the PGCert in the University. As many who have participated in it know this course leads to a recognised teacher certificate as well as to Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA now in AdvanceHE)…. Read more »

Advance HE Scotland and UWS – Retention Symposium April 2018

A Scottish colleague forwarded me this report from a conference – and I spotted BUs own Michelle Morgan featured talking about enhancing the student experience. The full post is here: https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/news-and-views/advance-he-scotland-and-uws-retention-symposium-april-2018 == extract from Advance HE blog site: Michelle Morgan, Associate Dean for Student Experience at Bournemouth University, opened the event with a keynote titled… Read more »

Applying for HEA fellowship? Come along to a literature searching workshop or writing retreat

Professor Debbie Holley

Anne Davey, Faculty Librarian in Academic Services, has offered to host two Literature Searching workshops to support colleagues who are working towards applying for HEA Fellowship. The workshop will offer a guide to searching literature, including structuring your search, searching for books and e-books, searching for journals and evaluating sources. The intention is that by… Read more »