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Collaboration and co-production during Covid-19 at the University of Salford

16 Jun 2021 | Advance HE Our Connect Benefit Series in June focuses on the student voice with a case study series showcasing a range of approaches and best practice across different institutions and the impact they have had at all levels.

The future of the student voice – policy, principles, practice

Our Connect Benefit Series throughout June 2021 focuses on the student voice – how higher education institutions value and represent the student voice and commit to using it to drive positive change.

Collaboration and co-production during Covid-19: a reflection on the mutual benefits of partnership working with the Student Voice at the University of Salford is a case study co-authored by Temi Adebayo, President of the University of Salford Student’s Union (USSU), Ed Moloney, Chief Executive Officer of USSU and Dr Sam Grogan, Pro Vice Chancellor for Student Experience at the University of Salford (UoS).

Together they reflect on the ways they co-created their response to Covid-19, some of the early actions to help start out on the right footing, and where the work through the pandemic has helped to understand how they can continue to strengthen their ethos and working practices of partnership and co-production.

Read Collaboration and co-production during Covid-19: a reflection on the mutual benefits of partnership working with the Student Voice at the University of Salford 

Find out more about the June Connect Benefit Series theme ‘The future of the student voice? Policy, principles, practice’ 

This month also features a webinar ‘The future of the student voice in the post-NSS world? Policy, principles, practice’ which takes place on 30 June at 10:00 BST. Colleagues at Advance HE member institutions can book their free place here. A recording of the webinar will be available for those unable to attend.

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