We are pleased to announce publication of The evolving landscape of staff-student partnership, (Vol 6, No 1.) in the Journal of educational innovation, partnership and change.
All thirteen articles are open access and available from: https://journals.studentengagement.org.uk/index.php/studentchangeagents. This mix of editorial, opinion pieces, case studies and research articles reflect the themes and ideas presented at the 2019 Change agents’ network (CAN) Conference, held at The Open University.
Owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, Birmingham City University was forced to cancel this year’s Change agents’ network conference where the Journal would have been launched; instead, we are offering an opportunity to meet the authors of any of the articles contained in this issue in an online event on Friday May 29th from 14.00-15.00. To book your place and receive joining instructions, please visit: https://ucl.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/journal-of-educational-innovation-partnership-and-change You will need a computer and internet connection to join the session.
We would like to thank the authors, reviewers and, especially, the guest editor, Liz Ellis, and copyeditor, Jim Bennett, for their unstinting work on this issue. We hope you enjoy reading the articles here and also those of past issues. We would also like to acknowledge the ongoing support and commitment of Simon Walker in coordinating to lead the development of the journal.
If you are interested in publishing in this area, we welcome articles, case studies and opinion pieces relating to learning, teaching and assessment within the context of students and staff as change agents. It is our aim that The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change will inspire, educate, amuse and generally engage its readership. There are many benefits to publishing in the journal, including:
• raising the profile of a project you are working on;
• raising your teaching profile by outlining a case study or writing up your experiences of
innovative and effective teaching or student support;
• supporting students to publish
• sharing knowledge and good practice;
• raising awareness of a particular methodology;
• exercising your research and writing skills in a submission that may serve as a springboard to
publication in other peer-reviewed journals.
If you have any questions about the journal, please don’t hesitate to get in contact.