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New CAN case study – London School of Economics SADL programme

We are delighted to publish the 7th CAN institutional case study submitted by Dr Jane Secker, Copyright and Digital Literacy Advisor at the London School of Economics sharing the work of the Student Ambassadors for Digital Literacy (SADL). SADL is a programme coordinated by Learning Technology and Innovation and open to LSE undergraduate students. It […]

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Reflections from CAN 2016 in partnership with the University of Lincoln

On 2nd June, the University of Lincoln hosted the 4th annual meet up of the network, with 175 participants from over 47 institutions representing higher and further education, of which 63 were students. From the initial meeting in 2013 hosted by Simon Walker and Mark Kerrigan, at the University of Greenwich, with 15 change agents, […]

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Selling the vision for student partnerships

I was very fortunate to be invited to present a workshop on how Student partnerships are driving institutional change at the UUK Enhancing the Student Experience conference. This was an opportunity to present the findings from our Digital Student project as well as the outcomes from our Change agents’ network which has been supporting student […]

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Developing successful student-staff partnerships

Supporting you to work with students to develop your institution’s digital environment and create engaging learning experiences – by Clare Killen, author of the new Jisc Developing successful student staff partnerships online guide Combining skills sets to develop digital practice The 2014 NUS report, radical interventions in teaching and learning states, “in order for universities […]

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Register now for SEDA accredited Jisc Institutional Change Leader award

Our second pilot of the SEDA accredited Jisc Institutional Change Leader award starts on on Monday 19 October 2015 for 5 months. This free CANLearn course is part of Jisc’s Change Agents’ Network, a network of staff and students working in partnership to support curriculum enhancement and innovation with technology. About the course The course […]

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Sharing best practice and stealing ideas – student staff partnership working

I have been very fortunate over the past week to have attended a number of events run by colleges and universities where the theme of student –staff partnership working has been the focus. This in itself is an interesting development and shows the growing awareness of how important it is to engage students in the […]

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Register now for the new SEDA accredited Jisc Institutional Change Leader award

We are delighted to announce the launch of the new SEDA accredited Jisc Institutional Change Leader award. This award supports staff and students working in partnership on curriculum innovation projects in UK further education and skills and higher education. It supports those about to undertake change agency work as well as those who have already […]

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Principles of Student Engagement

On Tuesday 2 December I attended The Student Engagement Partnership (TSEP) Principles of Student Engagement conversation event held at the Institute for Education. The Student Engagement Partnership supports, develops and promotes student engagement activity in the higher education sector in England. The-Principles-of-Student-Engagementhave been created through a review of literature on student engagement since 2010, including […]

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Change Agents’ Network Advisory Group meeting

On Tuesday 18th November, the Advisory Group for the Change Agents’ Network met in London to discuss progress of the network and to ensure co-ordination and collaboration between partners and related student engagement initiatives. It was a productive meeting and we are very fortunate to have the support and participation of NUS, The Student Engagement […]

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Welcome to the Jisc Change Agents’ Network

Welcome to the new website for the Jisc Change Agents’ Network: a network of staff and students working in partnership to support curriculum enhancement and innovation. Over the coming months we will be populating the site with information about the work of the network and how you can get engaged. What is the Jisc Change […]