'Student Engagement through Partnership' forms part of Advance HE's review of the Student Success Framework and centres around a literature review. The review synthesises evidence about student engagement through partnership and its demonstrable impacts on students’ outcomes and experiences in higher education.
The review by Northumbria University focuses on peer-reviewed journal articles about student engagement through partnership, with an emphasis on partnerships that impact students beyond just the partners themselves.
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Project output: Introductory blog
In the introductory blog, two report authors, Dan Peart and Penny Rumbold Northumbria University share some reflections on their research process and key findings.
Project output: Literature review
The literature review discussed the most recent research under the heading of one of three main categories:
- demonstrable impact for the cohort,
- emerging impact for the cohort, and
- emerging impact for the partner.
Articles that were on the topic but outside of the scope of this review were also acknowledged in a fourth broader category.
The literature Review will provide a student perspective on the findings, and the review ends with some suggestions for policymakers and leaders, researchers, teaching staff, and students.
Project output: Podcasts
This accompanying podcasts, by the authors of the literature review Dan Peart and Penny Rumbold, sees to discuss the key findings from the report as well as the potential takeaways for the sector.
Project output: Webinar and Summits
We were joined by the research authors from Northumbria University to discuss the findings from the literature review.
Dr Daniel Peart
Dan is an Assistant Professor in Sport and Exercise Nutrition, and Head of Education for the Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation at Northumbria University.
Dr Penny Rumbold
Penny is an Associate Professor of Health and Exercise Nutrition, and Head of Subject for Sport and Exercise Sciences in the Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation at Northumbria University.
Emma is currently studying MSc Clinical Exercise Physiology at Northumbria University, having also completed her BSc (Hons) in Applied Sport and Exercise Science at the same institution two years prior.