Student as Producer in Action provides a browseable repository of existing modules at the University of Lincoln which demonstrate particular features of Student as Producer.
Each example is categorised by faculty and school, with additional tags for the level of study and the particular aspect of Student as Producer being demonstrated. Click the ‘Examples ‘ tab to view all entries, or browse using the categories and tags in the right-hand panel. Please take some time to explore the examples, make suggestions and give comments.
The site already contains a number of examples from the former Faculty of Health, Life and Social Sciences, as well as further examples added this year from Business and Law. The Student as Producer project management group would like to see the site further developed, promoted, used and updated on a regular basis.
Martha Vahl is now in post as a research fellow to support evaluation of Student as Producer. She will co-ordinate the development of the site and provide assistance to staff wishing to supply examples.
Staff can submit case studies in one of 3 ways:
- by completing the online submission form on the website
- by completing a Word template and returning it by email to Martha Vahl at email@example.com
- through an individual interview which will then be written up as a case study, or agree a format that suits the practical situation. Contact Martha Vahl if you would like to pursue this.
‘A Working Definition‘ explains the concept of Research-Engaged Teaching and Learning and defines the various key features of Student as Producer