The following blog is an archive of posts created by Professor Sally Varnham during her OLT Fellowship and in the lead up to the commencement of the Student Voice Australia pilot project. This blog is no longer active but is still available to access as a useful resource and showcase of ideas and good practice.
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We’re there! (but now the work begins …) I am pleased to announce that the much-heralded Student Voice pilot will be up and running for one
This continues my series of blogs about the great things that our pilot participant institutions are already putting into place (a big thank you to
[Many thanks for the material for this blog to Maxine Courtier and Suzanne McKinnon at Holmsglen] A big shout out for Holmsglen – now signed
This blog was kindly written by the wonderful UNE student leaders, Penny and Koady: The need for effective institution wide participation by students in decision
This is the first in a series which will highlight initiatives developed in institutions which are part of the Student Voice Pilot Project. Many thanks to
Student voice is central to hearing the views of all the university community in the strategic planning exercise currently underway at UTS. “The university recognises
I have always held out Chapter B5 of the UK National Quality Code as something to which we should aspire – in terms of a