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Capturing the student voice : using student generated content to support new entrants. Sarah Chesney Jeremy Benson Mary Ashworth Phil Smith CDLT. Overview. Student Retention JISC Projects & findings Student Voice at UofC Capturing the student voice Sharing the student voice.

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Capturing the student voice using student generated content to support new entrants

Capturing the student voice : using student generated content to support new entrants

Sarah Chesney

Jeremy Benson

Mary Ashworth

Phil Smith

CDLT


Overview

Overview

  • Student Retention

  • JISC Projects & findings

  • Student Voice at UofC

  • Capturing the student voice

  • Sharing the student voice


Introduction

Introduction

  • The aim of the JISC project is to enhance retention and attainment, particularly with 1st Year Undergrads

  • JISC project (Building Capacity) runs from

    March 2010 – March 2011


Capturing the student voice using student generated content to support new entrants

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Student retention

Student Retention

  • Yorke & Longden (2008) identified these reasons for dropping out:

    • disliking the location of the university;

    • expectations of the chosen course of study;

    • difficulties making friends.


Managing expectations

Managing expectations

  • http://www.cumbria.ac.uk/AboutUs/AboutUs.aspx


Real student life

Real student life


Where s the student voice

Where’s the student voice?

  • Where does the student voice crop up in our University?

  • Students themselves can be the best support for one another

  • PLUS technology can now facilitate this.


Jisc recommendations

JISC recommendations

  • Our literature review conducted by Mary Ashworth:

  • Institutional systems responses:

    • Early access to institutional systems e.g. Blackboard (expectations of course)

    • Early access to one another e.g. Ning at Bradford (making friends)


Jisc recommendations1

JISC recommendations

  • We have to be mindful of how diverse our student group is in terms of

  • Age

  • Background

  • Digital literacy


Jisc recommendations2

JISC recommendations

  • Engagement of students through technology:

    • Twoler Project (University of Westminster)

    • TAG Project (UCLAN)


It s never been easier

It’s never been easier!

  • What are we going to do?

    • Using Twoler experiences of engaging students we are inviting students to share their stories

    • Compile a website/online area where these stories can be accessed by everyone coming to UofC

    • Ultimately maybe extending this so that everyone can access it (like TAG).


Tools to capture

Tools to Capture

  • Portable Devices

    • Still-shot cameras

    • Video cameras

    • Sound recording devices

  • Text Editors


Locations of student content

Locations of Student Content

  • Blackboard Community Portal page

  • Pebblepad

  • Web 2.0 tools

  • Campus Pack 4

    • Personalised content

    • Sharing

    • Communities

  • Mashups


Bringing it all together

Bringing It All Together


Capturing the student voice using student generated content to support new entrants

Entry point - Community Tab Within Blackboard


Capturing the student voice using student generated content to support new entrants

Community Tab Page - Module


Capturing the student voice using student generated content to support new entrants

Community Tab - Pebblepad


Examples of how easy it is

Examples of how easy it is

  • We now go over You Tube


We need you

We need you..

  • And we need your students to build the library of stories


One day workshop

One day workshop

  • Becka Currant from University of Bradford is leading a workshop for us on the use of Ning to retain students and enhance their experience.

  • 27th August 10.30-3.00 Lancaster

  • Please book [email protected]


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