*Academic expressions of interest for Project Live are now open. Register your interest for the 2022/23 academic year here before Friday 20th May, 2022. Join us at one of our Drop In Sessions to learn more:
Tuesday 29th March 11am 12pm: Click here to join the meeting
Tuesday 05th April: 12pm - 1pm: Click here to join the meeting*

Project Live is an experiential learning programme designed to support academic staff in their engagement with external partners and enhance student real world learning within the curriculum. It involves students working on an assessment project as part of an undergraduate or postgraduate module, which is in response to an organisation's need / project.

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Project Live is: Collaboration between External Stakeholders, Academics and Students.
Is concerned with: Enrichment of the curriculum and enhancement of teaching and learning using community engaged and work-related learning principles and practice. 
Involves the: Co-creation of materials, products and services to directly benefit the external stakeholder, while also supporting discipline focussed, credit bearing, curricular learning programmes and modules. 
Is aimed at: 

  • Individual academics, academic departments and students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels 
  • External stakeholders from the community and industry including voluntary, charity, community and youth organisations, public and private sector organisations, schools, small and medium enterprises, social enterprises and larger commercial bodies.

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The very best of luck to all our Project Live Participants embedding experiential learning in their modules in 2021/22!

 

This initiative was established by the Experiential Learning Office in 2020 and is funded by the HEA innovation and transformation project "Future Ready".