Presentations

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Session 1


1.1 Student Engagement in Gender Action Plans (sparqs & NUS Scotland)

1.2 A curriculum that works for all – student engagement in curriculum design to create inclusive learning experiences and meet societal, environmental and economic challenges (NUS Wales & NUS Scotland)

1.3 Creating a National Framework for student partnership in university decision-making and governance: the Australian Learning and Teaching National Senior Teaching Fellowship (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)

1.3 Student engagement in quality assurance: the peculiar form of student faculty development in Japan (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

1.4 The pupil voice – setting the groundwork for sustainable student engagement? (sparqs and Braeview Academy)

1.5 Process makes Perfect: How developing structures and processes has increased our capacity to deliver, support and win for our members (Edinburgh College Students’ Association)

1.5 The Students’ Association and Performance: Class Reps as Quality Partners (City of Glasgow College Students’ Association)

1.6 Partnerships to enhance the student experience: Learning, Support and Community (The Robert Gordon University and RGU: Union) 
(video content, may take longer to open)

1.6 Enhancing the student representative system (University of Stirling Students' Union)

1.6 Practising is Progress – early steps in embedding students as partners in quality in an Irish Institute of Technology (Cork Institute of Technology Students’ Union, Ireland)

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Session 2


2.1 Maximising the student voice in institutional reviews (The Robert Gordon University, Gray’s School of Art) 
(video content, may take longer to open)

2.1 Maximising the student voice in institutional reviews (University of Stirling Students’ Union)

2.2 How good is our college? - supporting SE with college self-evaluation (sparqs and Education Scotland)

2.3 Co-creation of research on co-creation of the curriculum (The University of Edinburgh)

2.3 Student-Led development of Organic Laboratory Films (University of Glasgow) 
(video content, may take longer to open)

2.3 Press-Start – a student-led games journal (University of Glasgow)

2.4 Apprentice Engagement - enhancing the Apprentice Learning Experience (sparqs and NUS)

2.5 Student led transition support for articulating students (Edinburgh Napier University)

2.5 Reacting to Collaborative Student Engagement Initiatives – a report from the REACT (Realising Engagement through Active Culture Transformation) Project  (to follow)

2.6 Creating a National Framework for student partnership in university decision-making and governance: the Australian Learning and Teaching National Senior Teaching Fellowship (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)

2.6 Student engagement in quality assurance: the peculiar form of student faculty development in Japan (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

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Session 3


3.1 The GCU Community Partnership Agreement – from leaflet to living document (Glasgow Caledonian University Students’ Association)

3.1 Enhancing awareness and understanding of partnership (The Robert Gordon University and RGU: Union) 
(video content, may take longer to open)

3.2 Student engagement in the quality of transnational education (sparqs, QAA Scotland & Heriot-Watt University)

3.3 Enhancing the student voice both systematically and organically: developments in New Zealand (AKO Aotearoa & New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations)

3.3 International approaches to enhancing the student voice in higher education (ESPAQ project) 
(large file, may take longer to open)

3.4 #ThisAyrshireGirlCan – award winning initiative encouraging females into STEM subjects (Ayrshire College Students’ Association)

3.4 Work placements in the Students’ Association: helping students help the SA (City of Glasgow College Students' Association)

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Keynote Presentations


Where presentations were used by the keynote speakers, they can be viewed below:   

Many thanks to all the speakers and those who delivered sessions.

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