Information curation for student engagement in higher and further education

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Drive student engagement by the careful curation of institution and student information across media platforms and using a student lifecycle approach.

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Information curation for student engagement in higher and further education

  1. 1. Information Curation for the purpose of student engagement
  2. 2. Lets organize some student media so we can get our learners engaged with us as an organization. Perhaps we need to give the students a voice?
  3. 3. Lets organise some student media so we can get our learners engaged with us as an organisation. Perhaps we need to give the students a voice?
  4. 4. What are we thinking? • We want our institution to be seen as a vibrant community. One where students and faculty share meaningful contributions to the sense and feel of the place. • We need to get students interested and aware of support services, and the study techniques that bring success. • Engaged students bring benefits such as feedback that promotes improvement, connected alumni, and a positive feeling among students driven by the knowledge that they matter. • I want to know what is going on in my area of study. • What are my fellow students up to? • How can I voice my concerns and my praise for our institution? • I need feedback so I can improve my course delivery. • I need engaged interested students. • I need my graduates to be connected to the real world and each other.
  5. 5. Have a strategy that is connected with institution goals Develop a purposeful plan. Accept there may be some risks and manage them. Engage with the stakeholders. Measure progress Evaluate success and be ready to swim differently if required. If it is simply change management practice why does it seem so difficult to progress this?
  6. 6. Cu rate Verb, to Curate: to take charge of or organize, to pull together, sift through, add value or insight, and select for presentation.
  7. 7. The needs of the organization are satisfied by satisfying the needs of your communities Curated multidimensional communication is a key to connecting your communities Connecting communities develops awareness of others’ needs, wants and likes which then inform future communication
  8. 8. Student communications Marketing messaging Reinforcement of messages: shared voice Student services communications Easy access media Fun messages, make connections, engage with other students and coursework InstitutionCuratedInformationStudents Course material and delivery Personal Practical Pre-enrolment – enrolment – orientation – study – completion – considering future Serious messages, practical advice, problem resolution Right vehicle, right time Right vehicle, right time Mixed access media Embed in marketing media Formal media Services messages embedded in course delivery Message reinforcement by professional voice. Message reinforcement by peer voice. Reinforcement of messages: shared voice Student Network: reflecting on experience, self awareness. Student Events and connections Shared events Reality check Reflecting on experience, self awareness Peer examples of success Student Life-cycle Communication Matrix Student interest in learning environment Interest in self-directed learning Study improvement messages Study improvement messages
  9. 9. 9 Curate a band of rich and informed communications using a student life cycle approach. So what is the Plan?
  10. 10. 9 Curate a band of rich and informed communications using a student life cycle approach. So what is the Plan?

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