Events and workshops

Workshop: Enhancing Feedback & 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 »

Advanced Literature Search Techniques

Enhancing your literature searching techniques can transform the way you conduct your research processes and provide an excellent foundation for authoring different kinds of papers including literature reviews. Library and Learning Support is hosting a session that will explore systematic searching, creating citation alerts and identifying databases for your subject. The session will take place… Read more »

Measuring the Impact of your Research with Bibliometrics

It was recently announced that Clarivate Analytics (who maintain Web of Science) will provide metrics for REF2021. There are several kinds of metrics that measure how often your articles or other outputs have been cited.  Metrics can help researchers from any discipline plan their future approach to research or track the work of others, whether they… Read more »

#SocMedHE18 – running 9th January if anyone interested in following on twitter…

Image of a man using a haptic oculus rift

Dear All You are warmly invited to attend the Social Media for Learning in Higher Education Conference hosted at Nottingham Trent University on the 9th January 2019   #SocMedHE18 is nudged into the New Year and is the fourth SocMedHE Conference. The event will provide open spaces to share, discuss and develop notions about how… Read more »

‘Tis the season for sharing … BU best practice

Idea generation

This week I visited Goldsmiths University of London to share some of Bournemouth University’s best practice in problem-based learning. It focused on action-based research and relied heavily on co-creation. Students were introduced to a form of scenario planning which utilises expert opinion to create plausible scenarios. The students were taking the MA in Event and… Read more »

Creative Writing for Academics Workshop with Kip Jones 11 and 12 Jan 2019

When we are open to experiment in new ways, marvellous things are possible. The Centre for Excellence in Learning and the Centre for Qualitative Research work closely on creative practices in Education, Research and Professional Practice. Read all about a previous Creative Writing for Academics workshop here: https://goo.gl/3fz2Yu …then get ready for the next one… Read more »

Open online seminar series: new for 2019

Word cloud to depict series of emotions re online learning

Apologies for cross posting, but teams thinking about curriculum development may find these of interest. These are faciliatated by top TEL researchers and digital ‘do-ers!’ ====== Link to original blog post: http://teachcom.myblog.arts.ac.uk Information: This open online seminar series from UAL …The series is exploring open and creative approaches to teaching and learning. It’s an ultra-low… Read more »

BU staff member to be on prestigious national judging panel

group of 3 students sitting round table

Colleagues, the eagle eyed amongst you may have spotted that Michelle Morgan, Associate Dean for the Student Experience in FMC is on the national Guardian University Awards judging panel for 2019– well done Michelle! Michelle was asked to be a judge because of her national and international reputation in the field of the student experience… Read more »

Bournemouth University Kindness – Taking Ubuntu to the Arctic Circle

Article written by Laura Roper. A team of advocates for Lean Management Thinking and Service Excellence at Bournemouth University were given the opportunity to visit the Arctic University of Norway and attend the annual LeanHE Conference taking place there.   It may have been -3 degrees, but the welcome for the Bournemouth University delegation was very warm…. Read more »