2012 Please – see ME!

Melanie Levick-Parkin

There is evidence in student experience research that students value the feeling of being treated and seen (by teaching staff) as an individual, not just a number. This desire/ expectation is confounded by the fact that as consumers we are moving from an era of mass communication to a time of (expecting) targeted, data selective and social media driven communication. 

This feeling of the personal can be difficult to achieve on a programme with large and expanding student numbers.

  • What sytems are in place, which hinder or help in providing this experience?
  • What is the pedagogic value in striving for it and do we understand the potential impact it can have on fulfilling the students learning potential and distance they can travel. 

The poster will be a three colour portrait graphic design on plain stock, using typography pictorially in order to communicate the intended meaning. There will be body copy set in a smaller area of the main print in order to further explain the issue depicted.

Presentation:  EN55 Virtual meeting and tutorial Spaces

(EN55) 14.00