Tuesday 15th March, 2011
11:30am to 12:30pm
This session will provide a brief overview of a number of initiatives, including the ‘Students as Change Agents’ project at the University of Exeter, the T-SPARC project and Student Academic Partners Scheme at Birmingham City University, and the KUBE project based at Kingston College. We will provide an overview of three projects, including the different ways in which students have become engaged within technology-enhanced change initiatives and their views harnessed to shape how technology has transformed curriculum design and delivery, how students have been involved as researchers of their learning environments, and how communities of engaged and empowered learners have evolved and driven change. A range of activities will enable participants to engage with these initiatives, consider how these approaches might relate to their own institutions, discuss the benefits and barriers, and share practice and ideas.
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