The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change

A peer-reviewed cross-disciplinary research journal that welcomes contributions relating to staff and students as change agents.

Announcements

 

CfP APT 2017

 

The future ain't what it used to be: inventing and re-imagining higher education practice.

 
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Call for Papers - Special Issue 5: Reacting to the 'Hard to Reach' through Student Engagement Initiatives.

 
The purpose of this special issue is to disseminate the 15 projects/imitations involved in the REACT Collaborative Development Programme focusing on Student Engagement, engaging the ‘hard-to-reach’, strategic interventions and embedding impact.  
Posted: 2016-10-18 More...
 

Call for Papers - Special Issue 4: Changing Culture and Embedding Partnership.

 

This is an open call for contributions to addresse the Issue title: Changing culture and Embedding Partnership, and which is likely to have a particular interest in supporting staff and student (co) authors who presented work at the 4th Change Agents Network event held at the University of Lincoln on June 2nd 2016.

 
 
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Vol 2, No 1 (2016)

The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change is a peer-reviewed cross-disciplinary research journal that explores the theory and practice of staff / students partnerships and students as change agents.

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Table of Contents

Editors' Introduction

Editor's introduction PDF
Simon Walker

Preface

Preface PDF
Liz Dunne

Opinion Pieces

Transforming the relationship between staff and students to effect change PDF
Iman Hassan, Sarah Hayes

Case Study

Typo-Resource: developing T&L support materials through collaboration PDF
Peter Loveland, Jeanne-Louise Moys, Hannah Tollett, Melissa Towriss
Students4WebES Edited Project Report PDF
Emma Procter-Legg, Ellen Lessner
Open Badges to Encourage Class Representatives’ Reflection and Achievement-Sharing: A Case Study from Edinburgh University Students’ Association (EUSA) PDF
Tanya Lubicz-Nawrocka
A creative approach to engaging students as partners at Faculty level of the institution PDF
Becky Lees, Wendy Garner, Matthew Flectcher, Naomi Gradwell, Megan Harris, Mike Heathcote, Kerry Lawrence, Bethan Medlock, Emily Wright
Enhancing medical students’ leadership skills through student-selected components PDF
Alex Byrne, Richard Jefferies, Calan Jones, Bill Kawai-Calderhead, Danë Goodsman

Research Articles

Who owns the student voice? PDF
Lauren Dickinson, Antonia Fox
Evaluating partnership and impact in the first year of the Winchester Student Fellows Scheme PDF
Stuart Sims, Savannah King, Tom Lowe, Yassein El-Hakim