Change agents' network
A network of staff and students working in partnership to support curriculum enhancement and innovation with technology
1 year and 7 months
Ended 30 Apr 2016100%
£50k to £250k
In recognition that student partners and change agents are a key enabler in the area of technology change, the change agents' network has been designed to disseminate findings and support other institutions in implementing staff-student partnerships.
About the project
In summary the project:
- Supports students working as change agents, digital pioneers, student fellows and students working in partnership with staff on technology related change projects
- Networks and connects staff and students in colleges and universities across the UK working on such projects
- Communicates, disseminates and influences the sharing of good practice
- Publishes the open access journal of educational innovation, partnership and change
- Runs an accredited course on being a change agent/institutional change leader through the Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA)
The new developing successful student-staff partnerships guide is intended as a toolkit to help you to improve the student digital experience at your institution. It provides a collection of effective practice resources, guidance, reflection points and tools to help you build strong and productive student-staff partnerships to develop your institution’s digital environment.
See our recently published case studies describing how colleges and universities are working in partnership with their students to enhance their digital experience.
You can also watch a short video of students sharing their experiences of working in partnership with staff.
You can participate by:
- Joining the mailing list
- Submit an article to the journal of educational innovation, partnership and change
- Participate in the series of webinars to share best practice
- Share your experiences with us as part of the CAN case studies series
- Sign up for the SEDA Institutional Change Leader Award
Register for our SEDA accredited institutional change leader awardOur second pilot of the Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA) accredited award starts on on Monday 19 October 2015 for 5 months.
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Meet the project team
Senior co-design manager
Head of educational development, University of Greenwich
Dr Mark Kerrigan
Director of teaching, learning and assessment, Anglia Ruskin University
Case study journalist
This project ran until spring 2016