Published 31 May 2022 - Available to pre-order, copies will be despatched/reserved on publication
- With a keen awareness of the third space approach, this book studies how to improve student experiences using key data and considering topical areas of development.
- There is currently little on the market that explores how the third space is relevant in ensuring a positive experience and how institutional changes are implemented.
- Ideal for all those interested in improving student experience in their universities, this book bridges the gap between academia and administration to ensure positive student outcomes.
1. Introduction, 2. Leadership roles in higher education and the relationship with the improvement of the student experience, 3. The power of innovative pedagogy in the post-COVID era, 4. The role of third space professionals in supporting students' transitions in higher education, 5. Designing coordinated assessment and feedback initiatives, 6. Closing the loop-An evaluation of student-led module feedback at one UK higher education institution, 7. Creative approaches to student engagement, 8. Considering strategies for the improvement of international students' academic and cultural experiences of studying in the UK, 9. The relational and dialogical nature of academic support, 10. Final reflections
Jan Bamford is Professor of International Higher Education, Acting Deputy Dean, Guildhall School of Business and Law at London Metropolitan University, UK.
Elena Moschini is Head of Student Experience and Academic Outcomes, School of Computing and Digital Media at London Metropolitan University, UK.
Cecile Tschirhart is Director of Learning, Teaching and Student Experience at Christ Church Business School, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.