As part of its commitment to enhancing Our Student Voice, TU Dublin has developed a training toolkit to provide resources and guidance to staff and students on empowering the Student Voice Quality Assurance and Quality Enhancement Activities.
The TU Dublin Quality Framework requires that staff and students work in partnership to continuously improve the student experience. Our Student Voice provides training and guidance for students to enable their effective engagement in this partnership.
Students may follow the first link below to explore the thirteen episodes of the Our Student Voice resources for students and the second link to learn about how you can earn a Digital Badge for your participation in the TU Dublin Quality Assurance and Quality Enhancement processes.
Staff may follow the third link to review guidance on how they can support Students to have their voice heard and acted upon.
The Our Student Voice resources were developed as part of a project funded by the IMPACT Accelerator Fund. IMPACT is funded by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.
The Project Sponsors were Dr Mary Meaney, Registrar and Deputy President of TU Dublin; and Prof. Brian Bowe, Head of Academic Affairs. The Project Team was comprised of representatives of TU Dublin and TU Dublin Students' Union. The membership was as follows: Dr Ciarán O'Leary (Project Manager), Dr Philip Owende, Dr Jen Harvey, Hamza Jamaa, Mary Scally, Nicole O'Neill, Jan Cairns, Sinéad O'Neill, Dave Kilmartin, Dr Aiden Carthy, Moya Browne, Seán Farrelly, Rebecca Gorman and Pádraic Keane.
The Project Team was advised by a Consultation Group that included: Dr Sharon Feeney, Patrick Flynn, Dr Muireann O Keeffe, Dr Cormac McMahon, Miriam O'Donoghue, Dr Kevin O'Rourke, Sandra Thompson and Dr Barry Ryan. In addition, the following staff from across TU Dublin advised on the development of the Our Student Voice resources: Dr Colin Hughes, Gillian Larkin, Helena Doody, Dr Maria Jose Gonzalez, Dr Noirin MacNamara, Dr Fionnuala Darby, Dr Brid Ni Chonaill, Paul Duffy, Peter Lewis and Suzanne Duggan-Evers.
The Project Team would like to thank and acknowledge NStEP (the National Student Engagement Programme) for their permission to include certain methods and content developed by their team.