Pictures of the students from HSS who have been successful in bidding for funding for a student-staff co-creation award. We look forward to hearing how the project develops.
The presentation to students in the Faculty of Health and Social Services who were successful in their bid to run a student-staff co-creation project. Well done to all who received the award!
Presentation to Students in the Faculty of Media and Communications who have been successful in their bid to run a student-staff co-creation project. Each student received a cheque for £500 to support their project. We look forward to hearing how these projects progress and wish the students well with their projects.
The CELebrate 2015 Conference takes place in BU next week. Tuesday 26 May | Wednesday 27 May | Thursday 28 May | Friday 29 May Tuesday 26 May Welcome and introduction to CEL 10am – 11am, CEL learning space – PG30a Presenters: Gail Thomas, Chris Keenan, Susanne Clarke Mapping out an ideal student experience… Read more »
Succeed at BU is BU’s student retention and success strategy and toolkit. It is currently being developed, with support from the HEA Strategic Innovation Programme. Succeed at BU will provide a summary of best practice with practical actions, case studies and a toolkit for BU as a whole, individual staff and students. The core areas… Read more »
The Centre for Excellence in Learning offers opportunities for colleagues to come together to discuss topics of pedagogic importance, to share good practice and to inspire each other. We have organised a range of events and activities that may interest different groups of academics. We appreciate your support both in attending these events and feeding… Read more »
Please find the Fair Access Project Proposal Grant Application form here.
A workshop is taking place on 5th November at Talbot Campus entitled University students and enterprise: learning from other universities In this session led by BU staff, the findings of the first national study of university business consultancy involving students will be presented. It will be of interest to any staff involved in the leadership… Read more »
A follow up to the first Education Research workshop is taking place on 31st October from 10-3pm in the Centre for Excellence in Learning space (PG30a) Dr Julian McDougall will be available to discuss any aspect of learning research.
Several academics attended the HEA Annual Conference on 2-3 July at Aston University. The theme was ‘Preparing for learning futures: the next ten years’. To find out more about the conference presentations including useful links, please view the document below. The_best_of_the_HEA_conference_final-version