We’ve been finding out how people working in higher education learn, think and feel about and put into practice widening participation.
Exploring the idea of widening participation as a process of organisational learning aligns with the core strategy of BU’s innovative Fair Access Research project — through working and learning together we can make a difference for students, where we work, how we work, yourselves and society.
At a time of uncertainty and inequality in society and great changes in the sector, finding ways for us all to learn together in kinder and more effective ways matters.
Over the summer we have been doing some fieldwork and collecting sector-wide survey data to establish how different people in different organisations learn about widening participation.
We want to know how you, here at BU, understand, learn about and practice widening participation. We’ve designed a survey to capture your voices and experiences.
In July we had the privilege of meeting with colleagues from across the university to explore some of these issues – we want to open that invitation to more of you through this survey.
For more information about the organisational learning project, email Dr Maggie Hutchings on email@example.com
For more information about BU’s innovative Fair Access Research, email the Principal Investigators, Dr Vanessa Heaslip (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr Clive Hunt (email@example.com)
To complete and share the survey follow this link.