This event was a timely opportunity for the sector to come together to review the impact of the pandemic on student engagement and to discuss how we can be better at closing the feedback loop.
Let the student voice lead the way: Learnings of lockdown and looking ahead to meaningful engagement.
Alison Whaley, Director of Student Experience, Cranfield University
This talk will explore the approach to Student Voice at Cranfield University, and how delivery through a pandemic has changed the institutional framework of engagement.
Understanding the student view of module feedback
Megan Ball, President University of Winchester Student Union
This talk will be about generational differences in views on feedback, and how we can better involve and engage students during the process.
Value co-creation strategies to understand the student voice
Dr. Libby Farrier-Williams, Lecturer in Marketing and Lead of Student Experience at St Mary’s University, Twickenham
This talk will emphasize how institutions should go further than listening to feedback, instead of providing opportunities to co-create offerings through partnership.
Sustainable loops: Listening to and acting on student voices
This talk will discuss some of the opportunities and challenges of listening to and acting on student voices.
Using technology to effectively close the feedback loop
This talk will present Unitu’s and Swansea’s experience using Unitu. It will look at a model in which institutions can use technology to establish an effective feedback loop that increases student satisfaction and engagement.
Unitu helps universities to improve the student experience by effectively engaging with the student voice in real time.