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Over the last five years we have witnessed increasing interest in students and staff co-creating learning and teaching. Whether initiatives are labelled as students as partners, student voice or student engagement; collaboration seems to be the latest trend. In this lecture Catherine will demonstrate that co-creation is not a new idea, but it is perhaps one that we have never fully embraced in higher education. Rationales given for pursuing co-creation will be explored, and a range of real examples of different approaches to co-creation being adopted in a variety of universities and disciplines will be provided.

Dr Catherine Bovill is a Senior Lecturer in Student Engagement at the Institute for Academic Development, University of Edinburgh and a Visiting Fellow (Knowledge Exchange) at the University of Winchester. Cathy is a Senior Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy, and a Fellow of the Staff and Educational Development Association. She is an Editorial Board member of Teaching in Higher Education and from 2013-2016 she was Associate Editor (Europe) for the International Journal for Academic Development. She has published and presented widely on student engagement, students as partners and student-staff co-creation of curricula.

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