Posts By: Anne Quinney

Co-creation Application Form

Co-creation application form The deadline for applying for a co-creation award this year is Monday 15th April. If you’re looking for the application form that students should complete to apply for a co-creation award it is attached here.  

Co-Creation Awards 2019

This year the Centre for Excellence in Learning will be once again be offering awards for co-creation as we continue to promote the unique contribution that students and staff working together on discrete small-scale projects can bring. These projects contribute to the enrichment of teaching and learning, to future employability prospects, the development of research… Read more »

Supporting Assessment & Feedback – some free tools.

  Anne Quinney, CEL Theme Leader for Assessment & Feedback recently attended the Researching Assessment Practices (RAP) Conference at Southampton University. The conference was organised by Professor Carol Evans (a National Teaching Fellow) who has developed a set of free resources to support assessment – the EAT Assessment Framework Resources.   What is EAT? EAT… Read more »

CELebrate 2017: a great success

On 13th June CEL hosted the annual CELebrate event in the Fusion building on Talbot Campus, with the focus this year on Assessment and Feedback. The conference format consisted of 18 papers, 5 workshops and 9 posters and a keynote delivered by Professor Dai Hounsell, a world-leading expert on assessment and feedback. Over 70 delegates… Read more »

CELebrate 2017 – don’t forget to submit your abstract!

Call for abstracts for the CELebrate 2017 conference. . The theme of this one day regional conference, organised by the BU Centre for Excellence in Learning (CEL), is Assessment & Feedback, and we welcome abtracts for presenting your ideas at the conference, whether this is to report on and share pedagogic research or to report… Read more »

Introducing the CELEbrate keynote speaker

For this year’s CELEbrate event on 13th June we are pleased to announce that Professor Dai Hounsell will be the Keynote speaker. The title is “Learning to Excel How creative assessment can help students  to make the most of their studies at BU” What are the most important things BU students learn from their degrees? And how can… Read more »

CELebrate 2017

The annual CELebrate event will take place this year on Tuesday 13th June in the Fusion building. It will take the form of a 1 day regional event, with workshops, presentations and poster displays. The theme this year is Assessment & Feedback. The keynote speaker has been confirmed as Professor Dai Hounsell, a world-leading expert and… Read more »

Guides to Using the new Generic Assessment Criteria

A set of guides for academic staff and for students, including a video, have been developed to make using the rubrics developed from the new Generic Assessment Criteria easy to use and to understand. They are available in the TEL toolkit and show how to load the rubric into Turnitin ready for marking,  if it… Read more »

Creative Assessment and Feedback

On 2nd November the CEL Creative Assessment and Feedback workshop, jointly led by Anne Quinney and Professor Dai Hounsell in the CEL space at Talbot Campus, generated lots of discussion and stimulated new ideas for making adjustments to current assessment and feedback practices. Dai Hounsell is a world-leading name in assessment and feedback and will… Read more »