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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

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 »

Applying for HEA Fellowship – Writing Retreat

These half day sessions are for colleagues who have already considered which level of Fellowship they want to apply for and are either ready to start writing their application or need some dedicated time to continue or finalise it ready for submission. A TeachBU mentor will be on hand to answer any questions and colleagues… Read more »

National Teaching Fellows (National briefing and writing workshop)

The NTF Regional writing workshop ‘Fantastic’ ‘superb’ and ‘inspiring’ were words used to decribe the NTF writing workshop, hosted by BU, and run by National Teaching Fellows Professor Debbie Holley and Professor Stephen Tee (BU) with fellow NTFs Dr Kirsten Hardie (AuB) and Dr Jenny Hill (UWE) volunteering their services to support this regional event…. Read more »

What value a National Teaching fellowship?

New on Wonkhe Vivien Rolfe examines the implications of the removal of funding awards from the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme. Vivien Rolfe is grateful to Peter Hartley, James Davenport, Debbie Holley, and Stephen McHanwell for their contributions to this article.We write in a personal capacity.  ===== The new testimonies feature as part of a WONKHE.com article. The contributors to the article were Stephen… Read more »

National Teaching Fellow Institutional briefing – South Coast 5th March 2018

Apologies for cross posting: Colleagues – we are hosting BOTH a national briefing plus running the Southern Region Writing morning for developing  NTF applications. ============ Prof Debbie Holley of Bournemouth University is kindly hosting a briefing meeting for all aspirant National Teaching Fellows and those who support them in the South Coast area at Bournemouth… Read more »

Invitation to our National Teaching Fellow Regional Writing Event: BU Monday 5th March 9.30-1.00

National Teaching Fellow Regional Writing Event: Following on from our NTF Regional event last year Bournemouth University is hosting this event, Monday 5th March 9.30-1.00 Supported by National Teaching Fellows Professor Debbie Holley, Bournemouth University; Professor Stephen Tee, Bournemouth University; Dr Jenny Hill, University of the West of England and Dr Kirsten Hardie, Arts University… Read more »

Journal of Information Literacy – latest issue now available

Dear Colleagues, I am thrilled to announce the publication of volume 11(2) of JIL. Please peruse and enjoy the contents below – JIL is open access, so nothing will stand in your way! In this issue we have articles on student research fairs; school librarians’ perceptions of teachers’ information literacy; the ‘otherly’ experience of distance learning; and… Read more »