Students as consumers? There is a potential alternative…

Samuel Grogan

Abstract


This paper offers a reconsideration of the student as consumer. Through playfully finding similarity between a university and a gym, students are recognised as creators, or co-creators, of their educational journey and therefore producers, rather than consumers.


Keywords


Consumerism; Student experience; Learning; Co-creation

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References


Bunce, L., Baird, A. and Jones S.E. (2016) ‘The Student-As-Consumer Approach In Higher Education And Its Effects On Academic Performance’. Studies in Higher Education pp1-21 [online: accessed 10.04.17].

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21100/compass.v10i2.502

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