Bristol Institute for Learning and Teaching Show, Tell and Talk Workshop

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in workshop, seminar, course


This online workshop explored how we can design online curricular and extra-curricular activities and sessions which build students sense of wellbeing and belonging.

The session included the following contributions:

Simon Gamble (Head of Study Skills) Discussed how online Study Skills events such Study Lounges and Thesis Writing Circles develop a sense of student community and how they are changing as students return to in-person teaching.

Patty Miranda (Bristol Institute for Learning and Teaching – Student Fellow) Offered student voice and shared ideas from her work as a BILT Student Fellow, specifically focusing on how online teaching, learning, and assessment activities can help develop a sense of belonging and nurture good wellbeing among students.

Suzanne Collins (Student Digital Learning Experience Manager) Provided guidance and recommendations on tried and tested ways to develop community building and student belonging online and how the Digital Education Office can further support you in this area.

Suzi Wells (Distance Learning Hub Manager) Introduced the work of the new Distance Learning Hub, set up to support and encourage the organic growth of distance learning at Bristol which will include PGT and PGR programmes as well as short courses and continuing professional development online.
Period23 Nov 2022
Event typeWorkshop
Degree of RecognitionLocal


  • BILT
  • belonging
  • undergraduate education