CAN event – Day 1 resources and links

Agenda and links to resources: Day 1  (17 March 2015)

Reflections and photos

11:00
Welcome and introduction to the event and the Jisc Change agents’ network
Sarah Knight, Senior co-design manager, student experience, Jisc

11:30
Keynote 1 – Principles of Student Engagement (NUS) – sharing the work from The Student Engagement Partnership (TSEP) on the principles for effective student engagement (Feedback from session): Ellie Russell, NUS
The Student Engagement Partnership drafted a set of Principles of Student Engagement .  The presentation PowerPoint is also available in PDF, with notes.

12:00
Relating the principles of student engagement to your own context           (PDF version)      Paul Chapman, Birmingham City University Students Union and Ellie Russell, The Student Engagement Partnership, NUS

13:00
The Ideas Wall

14:00
Sharing our experiences (link opens to folder with project templates) List of participants in session
Staff and students will showcase and share their practice and experiences of working on partnership projects and as change agents through a structured networking activity.
Tea and coffee available from 15:00

16:00 – 16:50
Shaping the Jisc Change Agents’ Network – what support do you need, how can we grow the community, what can you offer the network?

19:00
Evening meal at the Rep Theatre

Storify by Mark Kerrigan on Day 1: View the story “Change Agents’ Network 2015” on Storify

Stacey and ElganClick on the photo to watch a short video of student and staff participants talking about the event and the role of Jisc in supporting change agents in FE and HE. (with thanks to Chris Thomson and Peter Chatterton)

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