The Centre for Enhancement in Learning and Teaching (CELT) team at Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) hosted an event last week to help students with their dissertation. ‘Destination: Dissertation’ is a bi-annual event aimed at third-year and postgraduate students who are undertaking a research project. Opening with an inspiring keynote from Early Childhood Studies Senior Lecturer Dr. Daphne Whiteoak, over 80 students then attended three parallel sessions run by Learning Development Tutors Hannah Grenham and Sunny Dhillon, as well as User Support Librarian Amber Edwards. The sessions were designed to equip students with key skills, tips and tricks to successfully undertake their research. Student feedback was very positive: “All of it was extremely useful”; “it was really interesting, informative and interactive”; “presenters were knowledgeable, enthusiastic and engaging”. The CELT team are dedicated to promoting enhancement in learning and teaching and regularly run events and conferences to encourage this. You can find more information on upcoming events on our events page.

2nd November 2018

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