These sessions are tailored to YOU! Come along with your question, problem or concern and we’ll help you solve them! Technology Enhanced Learning (Dr Ann Luce) We all need a little help from time-to-time when it comes to using technology in the classroom. These drop in sessions are available to support colleagues with your technology… Read more » about Lansdowne Campus: CEL Theme Leader Drop In Sessions
Monthly Archives: February 2018
It has been a busy week with the launch of the “major review of HE fees and funding” (except it may not be…) on Monday and a deluge of commentary and calls for change to follow. And other things happened too. Major Review of HE The much announced, long postponed HE “major” review is finally… Read more » about HE Policy update for the w/e 23rd February 2018
Our Immersive Partnerships project (Virtual Avebury) has officially started! Virtual Avebury is an AHRC/EPSRC funded project under the 2017 Immersive Partnerships call. It is a partnership between BU (Principal Investigator Liz Falconer in CEL and Co-investigator Professor Kate Welham in Archaeology, Anthropology and Forensic Science) and external developers and stakeholders. We are pleased to announce that we’ll be… Read more » about Virtual Avebury begins!
In the best traditions of shameless book-plugging, just a note to say that my new book, co-edited with my good friend and colleague Dr Mari Carmen Gil Ortega, is now out! No surprises that it is about virtual worlds 😉 We’re particularly chuffed that it is featured as a ‘What’s special in February’ title on… Read more » about Virtual Worlds: concepts, applications and future directions
The VWBPE 2018 conference will be held in Second Life on 15-17 March – it’s free to attend and you can do it from the comfort of your own home or office desk :-). This conference is well worth a visit if you have an interest in VR, AR and all things virtual in education, as… Read more » about Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education Conference
Last week saw the launch of the first of BU’s new touch screens, and the pilot of the ‘talk to a Learning Technologist’ lunchtimes 12.00-13.00 in the Staff Centre at Talbot Campus. The event, including pancakes, started with a presentation by Professor Michael Wilmore, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Media and Communication, on a flipped… Read more » about Flipped classrooms – the presentation launch of the BU touchscreens.
These sessions are tailored to YOU! Come along with your question, problem or concern and we’ll help you solve them! Technology Enhanced Learning (Dr Ann Luce) We all need a little help from time-to-time when it comes to using technology in the classroom. These drop in sessions are available to support colleagues with your technology… Read more » about Lansdowne Campus CEL Theme Leader Drop In Sessions
New from the Women’s Academic Network – forthcoming semester 2 events Uncategorized Sara Ashencaen Crabtree The Women’s Academic Network (WAN) has been a not-so-quietly growing feature of academic life at BU since September 2013. For many women academics (those in the know) it offers an annual programme of events, activities and career support in a vibrant… Read more » about
Dear colleague, The following information from the Association of University Administrators might be of interest to you: Overview We are looking for two Trustees who represent the breadth and diversity of our membership to join our established Board. Becoming a Trustee is both a rewarding way to give back to the Association and to higher… Read more » about Two trustees needed at the Association of University Administrators (AUA)
Come learn some of the apps and tools supported at BU that you can use to enhance learning in your classroom. We will discuss Padlet, Linoit, Bristol Online Surveys, Panopto and other tools that you will find helpful in your classroom. These tools will make the learning experience more engaging for your students, and will… Read more » about Spaces Available: TEL Toolkit