Monthly Archives: June 2016

Submit your online resources and get entered for a prize draw.

LearnHigher Prize Draw opportunity   Learnhigher is the repository of learning development resources submitted by those involved in supporting student learning in HE. Topics address a wide variety of areas connected with supporting the student learning journey from time management to critical writing. The site can be viewed at : http://www.learnhigher.ac.uk/ Learnhigher always welcomes the… Read more »

Assessing Undergraduate Research Assistants’ Learning through Participatory Methods

This blog post reports on the progress of the CEL-Fusion Funded project Assessing Undergraduate Research Assistants’ Learning through Participatory Methods (AURAL). The Undergraduate Research Assistantship (URA) is an institutional programme run by BU’s Research and Knowledge Exchange Office (RKEO), which furnishes academics with the financial means to hire a part-time (spring cohort) or full-time (summer… Read more »

Importance and awareness of NSS improvement initiatives: A case study of final year undergraduate students

Prof. Ven Tauringana, Dr. Marcellus Mbah and Dr. Phyllis Alexander report on a project supported by the CEL Fusion Fund in the academic year 2015/2016. The project centred on a case study which investigated the importance and awareness of national student survey (NSS) improvement initiatives in one university department. The project was motivated by an observation that despite many initiatives that the… Read more »

Surrey ExciTeS (Excellence in Teaching Symposium)

Apologies for cross posting, but some colleagues might be interested: The University of Surrey presents Excellence in Teaching Symposium – ExciTeS 2007. Date: 4th January 2017 First call for proposals A chance to share best practice and showcase innovation Colleagues are cordially invited to submit proposals for sessions at the University Excellence in Teaching Symposium… Read more »

Legal Skills development: the transformative mooting learning journey

Dr Max Lowenstein provides update on his project – “Legal Skills development: the transformative mooting learning journey“. This project, supported by the CEL Fusion Fund in the academic year 2015/15 has successfully developed 1st year law students as they prepared and delivered ‘advanced’ mooting skills via workshops and participated with non-law students across BU via show trials.  Mooting is… Read more »