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CAN 2021 Conference programme now live

We are delighted to announce CAN 2021 Conference programme is now live. you can access the programme from the conference website (link opens in a new window). The conference is being hosted by students and staff from Keele University. A reminder to book your place now – you can register for the conference using this […]

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Registration for CAN 2021 Conference at Keele University is now open

Keele University’s Institute of Innovation and Teaching Excellence (KIITE), supported by Jisc, is delighted to be hosting the 2021 Change agents’ network (CAN) conference taking place from 1st -4th June. This will be the 8th CAN conference and builds on the successful past co-hosted events celebrating student-staff partnership working. The conference theme is Adapting to […]

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Promoting staff-student partnership through publication

We are delighted to have an interview with Professor Simon Walker, Academic Lead for the UCL Arena Centre for Research-based Education. Simon shares his experience of setting up the Change agents’ network. We hope you enjoy listening to Simon in this video (opens in a new window).

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Interview with Tom Lowe on his involvement with the Change agents’ network

We are delighted to have an interview with Tom Lowe, director for the Centre of student engagement at the University of Winchester. Tom shares his experience of the Change agents’ network and his involvement with the running of two CAN conferences which the University of Winchester hosted with support from Jisc. You can find out […]

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Hearing from Elliott Lancaster on his experiences of CAN

Here is an interview with Elliott Lancaster who has been part of the Change Agents’ Network for a few years! He tells us about his experiences and what he thinks of the CAN conferences! 1. So, tell us about yourself, what do you enjoy doing? I really enjoy getting involved in youth empowerment projects, providing […]

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Meet the student team organising CAN 2021

The students at Keele University who are supporting the organisation of CAN 2021 conference introduce themselves. We are delighted to be working with them on this exciting event. A reminder that proposals for the conference need to be submitted to by 15th February. Submit your abstract by completing the following form: CAN 2021 Abstract Submission […]

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CAN 2021 hosted by Keele University

Keele University’s Institute of Innovation and Teaching Excellence, supported by Jisc, is delighted to be hosting the 2021 Change agents’ network (CAN) conference. This will be the 8th CAN conference and builds on the successful past co-hosted events celebrating student-staff partnership working. The 2021 event will take place on the 1st June – 4th June […]

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The evolving landscape of staff-student partnership

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 […]

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CAN 2020 – Civic and cultural intelligence: partnerships for student success

Jisc, Birmingham City University and its student organising team, are pleased to announce the call for papers for the 8th Jisc Change agents’ network conference: CAN 2020. This welcoming conference will run across 15th and 16th April 2020 and brings staff and students together from across the world to explore the benefits of student partnerships. […]

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Save the date for CAN 2020

We are delighted to announce that Birmingham City University will be hosting the 8th annual Change agents’ network conference on the 15-16th April 2020. We will be working with Luke Millard, Director of the Education Development Service at BCU and a long standing advocate for CAN and student partnerships on this event. More information will […]