This webinar that will be of interest to those undertaking Professional Doctorate Journeys; narratives from female academics with potential implications for leaders of Professional Doctorates as well as those currently undertaking this form of scholarly work. Webinar 3: Higher Education narratives beyond the academy. Date – Monday 3 September 2018: 13.00-14.00 GMT Venue – Online Network –… Read more » about SHRE Webinar: Monday 3rd September: ‘From Student to Graduate: Four Learners’ Perspectives of the Professional Doctorate Journey’
The publicity said it all! Bournemouth University’s Festival of Learning is back for 2018, bringing learning to life with free events and activities for all ages. We’ll be sharing our research and expertise through an exciting programme of interactive workshops, talks, exhibitions, sports sessions, professional development opportunities, and theatre events. With subjects ranging from sharks… Read more » about BU festival of learning – CEL goes real and virtual!
Martha Leyton (@marthaleyton) and Martin Shovel (@martinshovel) run a company (http://www.creativityworks.net) which helps to create speeches, presentations, pitches, campaigns and brand stories that are engaging, persuasive and memorable. This year we invited them to work with small groups of staff as part of our ‘Large Group Learning’ symposium, to offer some tools and techniques for… Read more » about What can speechwriters usefully teach university lecturers?
A bumper policy update for you packed full of political changes and arguments, and BU gets a mention in the House of Commons. Enjoy the sunny bank holiday weekend! Political News Amber Rudd resigned on Sunday. Replacing her are Penny Mordaunt and Sajid Javid. Penny Mordaunt (Secretary of State for International Development) will replace her… Read more » about HE policy update for the w/e 4th May 2018
We have centralised our blog on the research blog to aviod duplicating content – you can find the latest HE policy update here. This week we look #SamOnCampus as well as OFFA’s last report, a MillionPlus report on mature students and the latest consultation on subject level TEF. If you haven’t looked at subject level… Read more » about HE Policy Update – w/e 16th March 2018
Colleagues, you are warmly welcome at one, two or all three of the talks! Come along and support us.. this is an inclusive event for all ======= We are delighted to announce this year’s WAN IWD lunchtime event consisting of three sessions. The first at 12.00-13.00 is a guest speaker talk by Josie Fraser. Josie… Read more » about World class speakers for International Women’s day, 8th March – all welcome
It was great to see both representatives from CEL, Psych-tech and Computing and Animation come together to demonstrate their cutting-edge technology at this weeks’ Technology Showcase. The Showcase was aimed both at staff and members of the public, in the lead up to Professor Debbie Holley’s inspirational lecture (Hashtags, Handhelds and Handbags). Here… Read more » about Technology Showcase
Fees, funding and the HE review Sam Gyimah responded to a parliamentary question quashing the notion that UK students might be able to access student loans to study in international destinations. THAT interview: Greening on maintenance grants & fees – Justine Greening (former Secretary of State for Education) made big news this week during her… Read more » about HE policy update for the w/e 2nd February 2018
The KEF is coming On 1st December, HEFCE launched a consultation on the new Knowledge Exchange Framework – the KEF – which was announced earlier in the Autumn by the Jo Johnson – as the “third leg” of the HE stool*. Putting aside the rather unflattering stool analogy, we prefer to think of this as… Read more » about HE policy update for the w/e 1st December 2017
Posted on behalf of Dr Karen Thompson – CEL Learning and Teaching Fellow The national ESRC Festival of Social Science included ten events organised by BU this year. One of these was ‘Putting Social Science into Project Management’, held in London and organised by Dr Karen Thompson and Paul Summers, from the Department of Leadership,… Read more » about Fusion Success for BU’s ESRC Project Management Event