Will Page – Student Engagement Officer
• Mapping the impact of our student engagement work to capture outputs
and outcomes...
"UCL Students as Change Agents” (name TBD)
• To be launched/piloted in 2014/15
• Students will apply for £500 funding to d...
Wednesday 18 February 2014 JISC Change Agents Network 3
Student as Change Agents
• Transforming Teaching Programme
- Unive...
Visions for Education Project
• I am leading a research project investigating
student opinions of their educational
experi...
STUDENTS
AS DIGITAL
PARTNERS
Aim: to facilitate both staff and students in
developing the digital literacy, to enhance
lea...
Project: Changing the Learning Landscape - 'Menu' of
TeachingApproaches and Technologies
Purpose: Encouraging staff to mak...
Digital Ambassadors’ Network
This project will create a network of Digital Ambassadors at the
university. Staff and studen...
DigiLit Leicester
https://lccdigilit.our.dmu.ac.uk/2013/06/19/digilit-framework/
#digilitleic is a two year collaboration ...
“Providing a Physical Approach to Learning
and Teaching the Law”
Aims:
O Promote a higher level of interactive and engaged...
@lisaharris : current projects
• Curriculum innovation focused on digital
literacies (Living and Working on the Web
#UOSM2...
Change at BCU
Uni. Wide – ‘Partners for Success’ Initiative
Academic Partners, Academic Mentors, Multi - Disciplinary, Stu...
TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED
INTERNATIONAL LEARNING AT
WINCHESTER
 How can technology be used to allow for internationalisation as...
Investigation into the use of social
media by researchers
• Institution specific project (Brunel University –Shazia Arif)
...
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Change Agents Network Meeting 2014 - Winchester. Example Participant projects

  1. 1. Will Page – Student Engagement Officer • Mapping the impact of our student engagement work to capture outputs and outcomes • Promoting the impact of student engagement work to our stakeholders • Supporting @50 Student as Change Agent projects across the University (Sixth year of Change Agents at Exeter!) • Looking at QA & QE processes to increase student engagement opportunities • Defining Exeter student engagement and writing College specific strategies in response to the Guild ‘Visions for Education’ • Lots of other work – Technology Champions, Cascade, Collaborate and many more…
  2. 2. "UCL Students as Change Agents” (name TBD) • To be launched/piloted in 2014/15 • Students will apply for £500 funding to do a teaching and learning action research project in their department • The projects will be student-led from inception to completion • Students will need to identify a staff partner who they can work with on the project, ensuring there is departmental buy-in and support for the work they are doing • Students will be encouraged to disseminate their findings widely, including at the Student Union Education conference or a specially created event • We want to establish a ‘Student Action Network’ in order to get students involved in this and, other partnership schemes, from the start
  3. 3. Wednesday 18 February 2014 JISC Change Agents Network 3 Student as Change Agents • Transforming Teaching Programme - University-wide remit: technology-enhanced learning • Informing teaching and learning strategy - student focus groups & research; student award • Supporting practice - students paid to give technical support & expertise to staff
  4. 4. Visions for Education Project • I am leading a research project investigating student opinions of their educational experience. • Various research methods will be used to gauge opinion and design future strategies for Exeter Medical School. • It will embed students in policy and educational change for years to come.
  5. 5. STUDENTS AS DIGITAL PARTNERS Aim: to facilitate both staff and students in developing the digital literacy, to enhance learning, teaching and employability Based on Oxford Brookes InStePP scheme: • Staff negotiate their digital literacy needs • Students negotiate their employability and digital literacy needs • Staff/student partnerships are • Students as co-creators • Students as trainers and coaches • Supported by Anglia Learning and Teaching and other services
  6. 6. Project: Changing the Learning Landscape - 'Menu' of TeachingApproaches and Technologies Purpose: Encouraging staff to make more use of appropriate and engaging teaching approaches and supporting technology Stuart Hepplestone Ian Glover Process: • Survey teaching practice at SHU • Develop draft 'menu' • Obtain staff and student feedback on contents • Develop workshop activities Plans: • Students developing online version • Embed in course design process
  7. 7. Digital Ambassadors’ Network This project will create a network of Digital Ambassadors at the university. Staff and students will work together to co-create content for an open online resource to help students become effective online learners and manage their digital profiles. In a second phase, staff – student partnerships in various subject areas will create resources to enhance digital literacies in their discipline. Jim Pettiward, London Metropolitan University
  8. 8. DigiLit Leicester https://lccdigilit.our.dmu.ac.uk/2013/06/19/digilit-framework/ #digilitleic is a two year collaboration between Leicester City Council, De Montfort University and 23 city secondary schools – the core project team are Lucy Atkins, Josie Fraser and Richard Hall. There are three key project stages: • Investigate and define digital literacy, in the context of secondary school based practice • Identify current school staff confidence levels, and what the strengths and gaps across city schools are, in relation to this definition • Support staff in developing their digital literacy skills and knowledge - raising baseline skills and confidence levels across the city, and promoting existing effective and innovative practice
  9. 9. “Providing a Physical Approach to Learning and Teaching the Law” Aims: O Promote a higher level of interactive and engaged learning on Winchester’s Law Course. O Create a more accessible learning environment within the Law Department. Methodology: O Survey/consult Law students’ opinions O Focus Group consisting of 10 student consultants O Create resources to be used on the course O Design a long term plan for lasting impact
  10. 10. @lisaharris : current projects • Curriculum innovation focused on digital literacies (Living and Working on the Web #UOSM2008) with Cristina Costa, University of Strathclyde • Student Digital Champions #Digichamps • Student participation in curriculum re-design, content development and assessment • Integrating MOOCs into the curriculum #FLwebsci
  11. 11. Change at BCU Uni. Wide – ‘Partners for Success’ Initiative Academic Partners, Academic Mentors, Multi - Disciplinary, Student Employment, HEA What Works? Cross Faculty – ‘ECO by BCUSU’ HEFCE and NUS Funded Student Green Fund Project, student and staff Volunteering, Employment, Local Community Partnerships and Sustainability in the Curriculum Local Level – ‘Rules of Engagement’ Research and Engagement project into Student Engagement and Employability via Student Mentors and the SU, ELSS Faculty, Careers and HR
  12. 12. TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED INTERNATIONAL LEARNING AT WINCHESTER  How can technology be used to allow for internationalisation as part of students’ learning at Winchester?  How best to implement this?  What are students are looking for?  What are staff are looking for?  Sharing ideas in seminar setting with institutions and organisations around the globe through technology  Skype/collaborative projects/interviews/blogs/live presentations- endless possibilities  to benefit learning and  to enhance the international profile and outlook of the university
  13. 13. Investigation into the use of social media by researchers • Institution specific project (Brunel University –Shazia Arif) • Record their activities and then identify the tools that may be beneficial • The stages they go through and the needs they have as PhD students & see how social media can contribute to these. • Identify the tools, why and how they are used & what areas they will require more support, in terms of their development of digital literacy • Use the Vitae planner to identify and map the different stages and needs of researchers throughout their PhD research.

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