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‘Students as Partners in learning and teaching in higher education’

Posted on behalf of Rebecca Rochon, Senior Lecturer in Education, Buckinghamshire New University: I’ve got a bit of the Monday blues- I’ve returned from my native Canada where I was fortunate enough to attend last week’s ‘Students as Partners in learning and teaching in higher education’ organised by the McMaster Institute for Innovation and Enhancement … Read more

Birmingham City University: Student Academic Partners – Case study published

Posted on behalf of Clare Killen: Launched in December 2008, the student academic partners scheme (SAP) brings together project teams of students and staff working in partnership on initiatives designed to improve the student experience.  This case study outlines how the SAP scheme was developed and how it has impacted on student engagement and the … Read more

3 March 2016 – latest edition of the Journal now available for downloading in PDF, ePub and Kindle formats

The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change has just published the third edition and is available to download in PDF, ePub and Kindle formats here.  Editor Simon Walker from the University of Greenwich and Sarah Knight, Senior Co-design Manager, Jisc provide an introduction (The strategic importance of working together with our students), with a … Read more

Guest student blog post: Student Learning Technologists – A peer-to-peer support network or a feedback mechanism?

Posted on behalf of Callum Hutchinson – second year student at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) Last year I took on the role of the Student Learning Technologist (SLT) for my cohort. The core task for myself and the other Technologists is to promote, encourage and support students at the RVC in the use of … Read more

University of Winchester Student Fellowship Scheme Case Study Published

Posted on behalf of Clare Killen: The Student Fellowship Scheme (SFS) at The University of Winchester recruits and trains students to work on targeted educational development projects alongside academics and professional staff.  The SFS evolved from the Jisc-funded FASTECH project, a collaborative project involving staff and students at The University of Winchester and Bath Spa University that advanced  … Read more