A short overview of Bournemouth University Dementia Institute’s Festival of Learning Event 2014.
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Following its opening night at BU’s Festival of Learning 2014, the gritty production ‘The Murder Wife’ written by John Foster, has received a series of rave reviews from local arts… »
The youngest member of the audience at this Festival of Learning event, reviewed it on his blog ‘Project Indigo: One Boys Adventure Through Time and Space’. The post is called Life and… »
The Murder Wife, written by BU’s John Foster and first performed last week as part of the Festival of Learning 2014, has received high praise in The Mouth. Writing for… »
Following on from last year’s successful Enterprise Security Symposium, Bournemouth University Cyber Security Unit (BUCSU) ran another full day event this year as part of the Festival of Learning 2014…. »
The first day of BU’s Festival of Maritime Archaeology took place at Bournemouth Pier Approach today in the glorious June sunshine. The workshops, talks and activities were busy with people… »
This event was run by Professor Jens Holscher and Dr George Filis as part of BU’s Festival of Learning 2014. Using simulated training tools, the event explained the nature and mechanisms of… »
This event was run by the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic’s (AECC) Vanessa Shead and Neil Osborne as part of BU’s Festival of Learning 2014. The AECC Clinic Team demonstrated how training muscles doesn’t… »
This Festival of Learning 2014 event was led by BU’s Dr Eileen Wilkes. Participants learnt about Hengistbury Head’s role in the nation’s trade, defence and communications from pre-history to the modern day.
The Chicken Project’s BU Festival of Learning 2014 event took the form of a lecture, the opportunity to handle some archaeological material and take part in some interactive charting that… »
Yesterday saw a lively debate organised by BU’s Professor Vanora Hundley on the motion: ‘The media is responsible for creating fear in childbirth.’ For the motion were Elizabeth Duff from… »
BU’s Head of Music Ian Davis gave a lively and interesting talk on the life and music of Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry, a Bournemouth-born composer, teacher and historian of… »
BU’s Business School lecturer David Biggins led this Festival of Learning 2014 session. David began by asking participants to complete a test to identify the roles they each take within a teamworking scenario. This… »
This Festival of Learning 2014 event came about through academic fusion between BU’s Business School and the School of Tourism. It looked at the advantages and disadvantages of Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) as a means… »
This event was held at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) as part of BU’s Festival of Learning 2014. Jonny Branney and Alister Du Rose hosted the interactive talk looking at the wonders… »
Read a review of this fascinating Festival of Learning 2014 event.
Social media, PR and journalism were just three of the many topics running throughout the third day of the Festival of Learning 2014 held at BU’s Lansdowne Campus. Content and storytelling were common topics… »
Leslie Spiers, MD of local company Boardroom Dynamics introduced this event with an introduction to entrepreneurship. He then explained some of the key points that demonstrated skills he’s learned and… »
This session began with an overview of the role of the board, followed by an interview with a panel made up of strategy and corporate governance academics. Questions included: What… »
This event was hosted by the award-winning photographer Denis Roberts, who led a superb workshop on how to make a pinhole camera. And here comes the Blue Peter bit… All… »