Students as Change Agents - Publications
Resources featuring the Students as Change Agents Team
- HEA/ESCalate publication:
Dunne,E. & Zandstra, R. (2011) Students as change agents, new ways of engaging with learning and teaching in Higher Education
- Paper written with the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA):
Kay, J., Dunne, E. & Hutchinson, J. (2010) Rethinking the values of higher education - students as change agents?
- Podcast: QAA in discussion with Students as Change Agents team.
- Presentation delivered to the 2009 Institutional Research Conference:
Zandstra, R. & Dunne, E. (2009) Students as Agents of Change
Further background reading:
- Beasley, L., Campbell, F., Eland. J. & Rumpus, A. (2007) Hearing the student voice Educational Developments Issue 8.1
- Clifford, (2008) Hearing and Responding to Student Voices The Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching Vol 2, Issue 3
- Furedi, F. (2009) Now is the age of the discontented Times Higher Education http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=26&storycode=406780&c=2
- Little, B., Locke, W., Scesa, A. Williams, R. (2009) Report to HEFCE on student engagement http://www.hefce.ac.uk/pubs/rdreports/2009/rd03_09/
- McCulloch, A., (2009) The student as co-producer: learning from public administration about the student-university relationship Studies in Higher Education Vol 34:2 171-183
- Porter, A., (2008) The Importance of the Learner Voice The Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching Vol 2, Issue 3
- Ramsden, P. (2008) The Future of Higher Education Teaching and the Student Experience http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/resources/detail/ourwork/policy/paulramsden_teaching_and_student_experience
- Rust, C (ed) (2009) Improving Student Learning through the Curriculum. Oxford; Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development.
Change Agents has made an impact at national conferences including at the HEA conference in 2010. The highlights of the conference video includes feedback from delegates about our work. See 01:29 -2.00 in the video below. Further information about the HEA conference can be found at the link below.