We want to put students at the heart of everything we do at QAA, to help them be active participants in shaping their education. For us, student engagement is about giving all students the opportunity and encouragement to get involved in quality assurance and the enhancement of higher education.
But we want to know what you think
On Thursday 28 June we'd like to invite you to join a panel of higher education experts from across the sector in discussing your thoughts on student engagement.
What does student engagement mean to you?
Who is responsible for student engagement?
What else could QAA be doing to support student engagement?
Post your comments and questions to the panel using the comments facility below, and join us here at 11.00am on Thursday for the live discussion. You can also follow the discussion on Twitter: @QAAtweets and #qaa2012.
Alex Bols, Executive Director, 1994 Group @alexbols
Becka Colley, Dean of Students, University of Bradford @beckacolley
Dan Derricott, QAA Board Member and student at the University of Lincoln @danderricott
Rebecca Freeman, PhD student at the University of Birmingham (Student Voice in Higher Education) and Institutional Review (England and Northern Ireland) student reviewer
Anthony McClaran, Chief Executive, QAA
Megan McHaney, Development Advisor, Student Participation in Quality Scotland (sparqs)
Dominic Passfield, Student Engagement Coordinator, QAA
Chris Taylor, Student Engagement Manager, QAA
Gwen van der Velden, Director of Learning and Teaching Enhancement, University of Bath @gwenvdv