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'The Evolving Landscape of Staff-Student Partnership' – Vol 6. No.1

The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change is practice-led with deep roots in developing student-staff co-authorship. 

It supports the dissemination of innovative practice through educational partnership between staff and students to promote local- and larger-scale change, and impact on institutional narratives for change. 

Why make a submission to JEIPC?

The topics in the journal focus on innovating pedagogy and the student experience, ranging from teaching and learning, inclusivity, assessment and feedback, the digital, sustainability, and retention. This open-access, peer-reviewed journal publishes articles, case studies, opinion pieces and reviews, within the context of students and staff as change agents. Its aim is to: 

  • Promote specific projects
  • share experiences of innovative and effective teaching or student experience
  • support, disseminate related knowledge and good practice,
  • raise awareness of a particular methodology
  • support students’ (co-) authorship
For Volume 6, no 1, we are looking to attract a range of submissions that develop ideas on the evolving landscape of staff-student partnership. We especially welcome co-authored submissions between staff and students. It is the intention of this issue of the journal to accept a wide range of papers and support contributions from the annual Change Agents’ Network Conference held at The Open University in May 2019.

Why you might like to contribute as academic or professional staff

  • To share knowledge, ideas and good practice
  • To raise your career profile by outlining a case study or writing up your experiences of evolving staff-student partnerships
  • To raise awareness of a particular methodology, issue or challenge
  • To strengthen your application for Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy
  • To contribute to REF or TEF assessment.

Why you might like to contribute as a student working in partnership with staff

  • To raise awareness of a particular methodology, issue or challenge 
  • To exercise your research and writing skills for journal publication 
  • To experiment in collaborative writing with academic staff 
  • To share knowledge and good practice


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