What’s in it for them? Examining the bi-directional advantages of student/alumni participation in university course advisory committees

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Abstract

Student as Partnerships (SaP) initiatives represent an emerging approach to
enhancing student engagement, improving learning and teaching design and
delivery, and fostering genuine collaborative learning communities. Inclusion of
students in course advisory committees(CAC)s offers one opportunity to engage
students as partners in the design, development and review of course curriculum.
This research reports on the reciprocal benefits flowing to both students and
academic staff of the engagement of students (and students who later become
alumni) as members in CACs. The findings will be shared in this presentation.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 04 Jul 2022
EventSTARS Student Transitions Achievement Retention & Success Conference - Online
Duration: 04 Jul 202206 Jul 2022
https://unistars.org/program/

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ConferenceSTARS Student Transitions Achievement Retention & Success Conference
Period04/07/2206/07/22
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