Monthly Archives: March 2019

The AI Paradox: Bringing common sense understanding to machines

Artificial intelligence is rapidly transitioning from the realm of science fiction to the reality of our daily lives. Our devices understand what we say, speak to us, and translate between languages with ever increasing fluency. AI-powered visual recognition algorithms are outperforming people and beginning to find applications in everything from self-driving cars to systems that… Read more »

Workshop: Enhancing Feedback and Strategies for Future Engagement

This workshop will look at the benefits of online assessment handling and how marking online can save you time and provide a better student experience to your students. You will also learn about Intelligent Agents, Discussion Boards and Video Notes in Brightspace Key Information Aimed at: Academic Staff Indicative Frequency: Weekly Facilitated by: Ann Luce… Read more »

Workshop: Unit Delivery and Assessment Landscaping

This workshop will look at different delivery patterns, including multi-modal delivery, eg. Blended Learning, Flipped classroom, online and face-to-face. We will also look at the timetable, ILOs and the design of your unit. This workshop will explore Panopto, Audience response systems, eg. Mentimeter, Turning Point, Kahoot; social media, Padlet, Trello, WordPress and Slack Key Information… Read more »

Student Placement Opportunity for PAL Leaders

Library & Learning Support are offering an extended student placement opportunity. Application is open to PAL Leaders. The successful candidate will join the Central PAL Team and support the internationally recognised Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) scheme at BU. For more details and to apply take a look at: myCareerHub¬† ¬†or BU website https://www.bournemouth.ac.uk/peer-assisted-learning-placement-student-fixed-term Please contact… Read more »