New CAN Case Study: University of Lincoln: a research-engaged and collaborative community

Posted on behalf of Clare Killen:

The fourth CAN case study, ‘A research-engaged and collaborative community’, from the University of Lincoln, is now available in Word format or PDF format along with 3 other CAN case studies on the Resources Page of this blog.

This case study looks at the variety of ways students are engaged across the University of Lincoln as producers of their own education.  Building on their successes with the HEA funded ‘Student as producer’ work, the university has extended the partnership approach to the point where students and staff are working collaboratively in a range of roles and initiatives including student engagement champions, students participating in recruitment, student consultants, funded projects and the innovative Insight scheme, a peer mentoring scheme in which every member of the university’s executive team is paired with a student.

The other case studies available on the Resources Page are:

  • University College London (UCL) – UCL digifest: a celebration of staff and student innovation
  • London Metropolitan University gets Clued up!
  • The University of Nottingham:  How students are making a difference – Students as Change Agents scheme

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