You are warmly welcomed to join us in our regular slot, on the first Monday of the month, at 4pm UK time for our friendly discussion of student engagement. You don't need any qualifications to attend, just an interest in the scholarship of student engagement.
The article for this month's session was chosen by one of our reading group participants. It is: Kortemeyer, G., Dittmann-Domenichini, N., Schlienger, C. et al. Attending lectures in person, hybrid or online—how do students choose, and what about the outcome?. Int J Educ Technol High Educ 20, 19 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1186/s41239-023-00387-5.
It's been chosen as an example of an elegant clustering analysis of over 12,000 student surveys from a Zurich university, looking at what factors dictate whether students choose to attend lecturers online, in person or hybrid.
Please do come along for a discussion of what we know about students' choices on attendance at taught sessions. This is a nice follow-up to the session we ran in July, which you can access as a recording if you would like to.
It's free to join the session, but it helps us if you register ahead of time. Please use this registration link.
And as ever, if you have any ideas for suitable readings, do let us know! Feel free to contact us via email: email@example.com