Showcasing Effective Partnerships

One of the most exciting aspects of CAN2017 will be staff and students showcasing practice from universities and colleges across the UK on how they are working in partnership with students, and how students are working as change agents or as co-researchers to improve their educational experience. All of our contributions this year will fit into one or more of the following themes:

  1. Developing digital capability of staff and students
  2. Employability and graduate attributes
  3. Students as Researchers
  4. Curriculum co-design
  5. Impact of student partnerships
  6. International perspectives and practice

Contributions to present

The call for contributions and proposals closed on Friday 10th February. Final details of the programme with abstracts for each contribution will be released shortly.

Delegates will be sharing their work through three different formats:

20 minute presentation
  • No more than 10 slides
  • Using images, diagrams, tables and charts to illustrate key points
  • Presentation can last up to 20 minutes; additional time for Q&A with delegates will be allocated 
60 minute workshop
  • Workshops must engage participants in collaborative activities and discussion designed to inspire, generate ideas or change practice
  • Minimum of 40 minutes of session time is active rather than presentation
  • No more than 20 slides
  • Allowing time for Q&A with delegates with 60 minutes
  • Maximum size A0 Portrait or A1 Landscape
  • No restriction on content or format
  • Can be accompanied with handouts or fliers about your project