The University of Exeter is proud to be hosting the 5th annual Change Agents’ Network Conference, which is being supported by Jisc on Thursday 20th and Friday 21st April 2017 at the Streatham Campus in Exeter. The theme of conference is ‘supporting effective partnerships’ and will build on the successes of the previous CAN Conferences, with our keynotes involving students and staff in partnership; student-led sessions showcasing current practice around the conference themes; a student panel showcasing best practice and plenty of opportunities for networking. We are also offering an in-depth insight into how the University of Exeter has evolved its approaches to students as change agents.
You can now register for the conference here: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/academic-skills-engagement-team/student-engagement/can2017/registration/
Please note early bird rates are until 23:59 on Wednesday 22nd February.
Showcasing Effective Partnerships: Call for Contributions:
One of the most exciting aspects of CAN2017 will be showcasing practice from universities and colleges across the UK on how they are working in partnership with students. We are looking for staff and students to share specific examples of how they are working in partnership, how students are working as change agents or as co-researchers to improve their educational experience. We particularly welcome contributions that feature the innovative use of technology and support one of the following themes:
- Developing digital capability of staff and students
- Employability and graduate attributes
- Students as Researchers
- Curriculum co-design
- Impact of student partnerships
- International perspectives and practice
If you would like to propose a session for the conference please complete the Google Form by 23:59 on Friday 10th February 2017. More information about the call for contributions is available from the conference website and also in the document attached. Please contact Sarah.firstname.lastname@example.org and J.Hibberd@exeter.ac.uk if you have any queries.
You can find out more information about the conference from the conference website
We look forward to your contributions,
Sarah Knight (Jisc) and Jake Hibberd (University of Exeter)