The call for contributions has now ended and the programme is complete except for posters, See below for guidance on how to submit a poster
Second Annual RAISE Conference
Student Engagement as a shared agenda
The conference sub-themes are:
People, Places and Practices
People: contributions which consider SE in relation to student expectations, preparation, identity, transitional events, social networks, relationships, physical and mental health issues, disability, membership and belonging, particularly among groups less well represented in HE.
Places: contributions which focus on SE in relation to places, spaces, environments and technological systems / resources which impact on and facilitate engagement.
Practices: contributions which focus on the academic, curricular (design), extra-curricular, student support and professional practices which promote an engaged stance in every student's learning journey.
Send all contributions by attaching the form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Poster Sessions: These provide the opportunity for researchers to present their work visually in the format of a wall poster. Poster displays will be on show throughout the Conference and there is a specific session allocated in the Conference programme when poster presenters should be with their posters and delegates invited to engage in dialogue and informal exchange. Abstract proposals (250 words) should contain a title, originator(s), presenter(s), contact details and a description of the research work undertaken. Use this form for posters.