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Webinar Two: Engaging students and staff in inclusive partnerships in global learning before, during and beyond COVID-19

The second webinar in the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) series will be presented by Wendy Green (University of Tasmania) on Thursday 14 May.

Overview

‘Students as partners’ (SaP) is a particular approach to student engagement, which positions students as genuine contributors to all aspects of university life, including the curriculum. This webinar will provide examples of practices, which have engaged diverse students and lecturers as partners in global learning, at home and abroad, in the formal and co-curriculum during the past few years. These practices, drawn from a larger collection of projects developed in four Australian universities, under the umbrella of an Australian Learning and Teaching Fellowship on ‘Engaging students as partners in global learning’ brought staff and students from diverse cultural and national backgrounds together to design, implement and evaluate rich global learning experiences. Participants will be invited to discuss these past practices, and the implications for continuing to engage with students as partners in global learning during, and post COVID-19.

About the presenter

Wendy Green, PhD is a senior lecturer (adjunct) in the School of Education, University of Tasmania, Australia. As an Australian Learning and Teaching Fellow during 2017–18, she led work on engaging staff and students as partners in global learning. Wendy is Executive Editor of the journal, Higher Education Research & Development, and Guest Editor of the Special Issue, ‘Engaging Students in Internationalisation’ in the Journal of Studies in International Education. Wendy’s research focuses on the impact of globalisation on higher education, and its implications for learning and teaching.

For more information on this webinar and how to register, visit the HERDSA website.