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 This blog is no longer active but is still available to access as a useful resource and showcase of ideas and good practice.
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All institutions are involving their students in decision making processes in various ways and to varying degrees. Would it be useful now for them to
In last week’s blog, I briefly mentioned the recent report Flint, A., Goddard, H. and Russell, E. (2017) Architects of their experience: the role, value
The 2013 Newman Lecture delivered by Glyn Davis at Monash University’s Mannix College provides an important reminder as to the history of Australian universities. Titled
It was a full house at my symposium on Friday – so exciting to have reached the quota of 120 participants with so many students
One of the great things about my Fellowship has been the interest and enthusiasm shown by so much of the sector, and my interactions with