Supporting the Students as Co-Creators Symposium from Advance HE

evasys is delighted to support the upcoming Students as Co-Creators symposium from Advance HE, taking place on Thursday 26th January at The Studio in Manchester.

Co-creation between students and staff is an important component of a successful feedback process, ensuring that the student voice features strongly in planned enhancements to teaching and learning delivery.  With a topic that we identified as one of the Four Cs of capturing and acting on the student voice in a recent blog post, and a theme that remains very close to our hearts, evasys is proud to be exclusive sponsor of this event.

The emerging role of students as co-creators of the learning experience

The Students as Co-Creators Symposium will provide an open and supportive environment where attendees can share and discuss contemporary practice and initiatives relating to teaching and learning, as well as providing evidence-informed examples and ideas to encourage student engagement

With a packed agenda, the themes of the Symposium will include the integration of co-creation as a continuous process within the student experience, with a particular focus on:

  • Principles, visions, policies and systems of co-creation at institutional, departmental and programme level

  • How co-creation can address structural or institutional biases and inclusion nof underrepresented groups

  • The role of co-creation in academic governance and developing strategic policy
  • The benefits of co-creation for students, staff and institutions

Join the evasys interactive experience at the event

As exclusive sponsor, we’re delighted to be running a plenary session after lunch on the day.

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