March 9, 2012
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Student Engagement – whether it’s the title of a paper, policy or pro-vice chancellor – has been around as a policy priority in higher education for some time. There are theories about why it is important, what it means, who should take responsibility for it, how it should be funded and monitored and who knows what is best for it; but I have seen a disappointing lack of discussion around what should happen because of it. This is a post about how I think this agenda has gone wrong, and what me might do to get it back on track.