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Registration for 13 May (12:30-1:30) webinar now open

Please join us on 13 May at 12:30 for the next webinar, with presentations by Deborah Millar, Head of eLearning, Blackburn College, on ‘DigiPals – Changing the Learning Landscape project’ followed by Peter Chatterton and Clare Killen’s overview of the Jisc Student Engagement Toolkit, a valuable resource for those working in the field. To register: […]

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27 April webinar recording link is now available

The Change Agents’ Network third lunchtime webinar took place on 27 April from 12:30-1:30.  The webinars are designed to include opportunities for discussion and questions and a copy of the chat text as well as the presentations and recording of the Collaborate session are available. This month, there were two presentations.   Paul Chapman, Head of […]

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“Students are more than students.”

Students are more than students, these words, taken from Paul Chapman’s presentation, became a kind of mantra for the two day Change Agents’ Network (CAN) event in Birmingham last week. Paul was alluding to the multitude of roles students play at Birmingham City University to add value to the overall learning experience, from mentor and collaborator, to […]

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Change Agents’ Network Event 17 &18 March- Summary and Resources

On behalf of the CAN team, we would like to thank everyone who participated in the event over the 2 days and made it so successful.  We are so pleased that there were so many students and staff working together and the ‘buzz’ was a great in and out of sessions and workshops. I am […]

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Change Agents’ Networking event begins on Tuesday

We are looking forward to welcoming over 100 staff and students from FE and Skills and HE to our networking event in Birmingham, running over two days.  The event will showcase projects and people working in staff and student partnerships that support curriculum enhancement and innovation. This event provides an opportunity for us to come […]

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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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SEDA conference 2014: Mark Kerrigan reports on delivering the keynote on behalf of the Change Agents’ Network

On the 14th of November 2014, Mark Kerrigan,  Anglia Ruskin University and Duncan McKenna, University of Greenwich) delivered a keynote presentation on behalf of the Change Agents’ Network to close the 19th Annual SEDA conference. This was an exciting request as only a few weeks before, the SEDA committee had approved our new Course: Institutional […]

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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 […]