Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal

An international peer-reviewed journal supporting the work of RAISE. Thus the focus is on student engagement, the active participation of students and staff and students working in partnership. SEHEJ welcomes contributions from all staff and students.

We are open for submissions to the fourth and subsequent editions. Please consider submitting a proposal  to the editors in advance of preparing a full submission. New and inexperienced authors are advised to do so, and to consider the Developmental Route as they will then have the support of a mentor to assist them in getting their submission published.


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Vol 2, No 1 (2018)

Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Rachel Forsyth 1

Opinion Piece

Data Analytics – A critique of the appropriatisation of a new measure of ‘Student Engagement’. PDF
Tom Lowe 2-6

Student voice

Growing From A Seed PDF
Kiu Sum 7-11


The ‘Partnership Identity’ in Higher Education: Moving From ‘Us’ and ‘Them’ to ‘We’ in Student-Staff Partnership PDF
Lucy Diana Mercer-Mapstone, Elizabeth Marquis, Catherine McConnell 12-29
Field trips, friendships and societies: Exploring student engagement in the School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds PDF
Jen Dyer, Andrea Jackson, Katie Livesey 30-54

Case studies/Practice Pieces

‘The SLL Resilience Programme: The Route to Success’: Implementing Wellbeing Skills at the University of Reading. PDF
Madeleine Kathryn Davies 55-60
Reflections on the development of a model of partnership designed to enhance the ‘digital curriculum’ of Sociological Studies programmes PDF
Clarissa Simpson, Tom Clark 61-69
Partnership support for departments with low student satisfaction PDF
Jenny Marie, Fumika Azuma 70-77
How to help engage students in flipped learning: a flipping eventful journey PDF
Gareth Bramley 78-85
Impact of centrally coordinated higher education pre-commencement of teaching student support initiative (FedReady) on student engagement: A regional university case study PDF
Nina Fotinatos, Ellen Sabo 86-92
Launching an Interdisciplinary Network for Understanding Student Engagement (INFUSE) PDF
Jeff Angera, Allison Arnekrans, Mark E. Deschaine, Kristina Rouech, Betsy VanDeusen, Tim Otteman 93-98

Other formats

Proceedings of the RAISE International Colloquium on Partnership PDF
Colin Bryson, Abbi Flint, Catherine Bovill, Georgina Brayshaw, Jasmin Brooke, Alison Cook-Sather, Roisin Curran, Peter Felten, Sara Foreman, Sarah Graham, Ruth Healey, Saskia Kersten, Niamh Moore-Cherry, Karen Smith, Cherie Woolmer, Catherine McConnell, Daniel Bishop 99-136