A Framework to Explore Roles Within Student-Staff Partnerships in Higher Education: Which Students Are Partners, When, and in What Ways?

Catherine Bovill

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partnership, participation, stakeholders

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15173/ijsap.v1i1.3062


Catherine Bovill
University of Glasgow
United Kingdom

Catherine Bovill is a Senior Lecturer in Student Engagement, Institute for Academic Development, University of Edinburgh. She is a Senior Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy, and an Editorial Board member for Teaching in Higher Education. She has published and presented widely on students-as-partners and co-creation of curricula.