Registration open for CAN 2022

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Change agents’ network conference 2022, co-hosted by UCL and Jisc.

You can register at the UCL Online store, with a variety of ticketing options depending on whether you are staff or student and how you will be engaging with the conference.

If you have any difficulties or questions, please contact Abbie or Fiona (, including if you are a student and wish to apply for one of the fully funded tickets.

About the conference

The 9th Change agents’ network (CAN) conference will take place on 11th-13th May 2022. The in-person day on the 12th May will be hosted on the UCL London Bloomsbury campus.

Find out more:

Wednesday 11th May: Reviewing the student-staff partnership landscape (half day online),
Thursday 12th May: Reconnecting the student-staff partnership community (full day in-person) and,
Friday 13th May: New horizons for student-staff partnerships (half day online).

This annual conference, co-hosted by UCL and Jisc, will return as a blended event, with online and face-to-face elements. The design of this year’s conference will maximise the benefits of face-to-face methods using high engagement and participation activities such as workshops and open space dialogue to discuss and reflect on the student-staff partnership community. Attendees will be able to engage with asynchronous resources ahead of the in-person day, and use them as a starting point for real-time activities at the in-person day.

We are currently putting together a really exciting programme that will lead us through the over-arching themes of each day, with a focus on sharing practical examples and honest reflections from students and staff from around the UK who are working in partnership to enhance education and the student experience. The conference will draw on practice from a range of themes from co-creating the curriculum and assessment and how we work with students as partners in Quality Assurance and governance, to exploring how we have capitalised on the renewed interest in working with students as partners spurred on by the pandemic and how these partnerships can transform our practices and support change.

We look forward to seeing you all there!

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