The active participation of students in co-creating their learning experience can add value and insights to the student experience for students, staff and their institutions, however authentic and inclusive co-creation can be challenging to achieve. Advance HE’s first co-creation symposium in January 2023 explored key principles underlying co-creation and the potential benefits for those involved. In this second symposium we want to critically explore the factors that contribute to success in co-creation, across all areas of the university experience.
The symposium will be co-created with students and will feature a keynote session, panel as well as oral presentations, reflections, case studies and vlogs/blogs from the sector.
"Such an inspiring and insightful day on student co-creation. You can't help but smile at the passion, intelligence and commitment these students have shown for their own learning and for working in partnership with educators."
Michelle Black, Learning Design & Curriculum Development Advisor, Newcastle University
Who should attend?
Teaching practitioners including: heads of departments, academic programme leaders and developers, all lecturing staff, professional services staff supporting learning and teaching activities, learning technologists and students keen to become involved or currently involved with co-creation initiatives at their institutions.