Case Studies Outside BU

Some innovative practice from around the HE sector where ‘research’ informs the learning

The meta Teaching and Learning project! share your CELebrate resources

Colleagues, MetaT&L aims to relate a massive resource reflecting the good practice of innovative university teachers. They will publish your updated presentations about innovative teaching and learning alongside presentations from peers accepted for their own institution’s teaching and learning conference. You can submit: Papers – evidence-informed short papers Presentations of innovative practice Workshop materials –… Read more »

#BbTLC2016: Authentic assessment with large cohorts

Dr Chris Moore of UWE recently presented at the Blackboard Teaching and Learning Conference (2016) about his approaches to embedding authentic assessment into a unit delivered to a large cohort of students. The unit in question was a Level 4 Anatomy unit attended by over 200 students with delivery of 12 topics,  spread over 24 weeks involving lectures, practicals and tutorials. Assessment… Read more »

“Capturing the voice of the child: a co-design approach to developing calmer classrooms” research report

On 23 January, Bournemouth University  hosted an international conference aiming to improve how students use technology and interact online. Called the Digital Citizenship Summit UK (DigCitSummitUK), it is a unique conference geared towards safe, savvy, and ethical use of social media and tech. “Digital Citizenship” is an umbrella term used to describe the expectations of… Read more »

Susanne Clarke: Prizes for a BU at an international Research Methods conference

BU’s research was recognised at this year’s European Conference in Research Methods (ECRM), hosted by the University of Malta.   A poster reporting on reflections in using appreciative action research in Higher Education “How Brilliant Are We?” was awarded a first prize at the conference. This research project drew on existing information from SUBU You’re Brilliant… Read more »