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Learner Experience Design Symposium and Toolkit

About this Project

This project aims to bring staff and students with an expertise in design thinking from across the HE sector together to develop a shared language and knowledge around learner experience design. This community of practice will support the design and development of a toolkit to support staff and students involved in gathering learner experiences and co-creating new learner opportunities. Through a series of events including a symposium and monthly meetings we will provide an opportunity for colleagues to come together to share experiences, thoughts, and opportunities for collaboration.

Project Impact

Throughout this project, we will create a community of practice including colleagues from Warwick and beyond. Through a series of workshops, events and monthly meetings we will share experiences, ideas and cocreate a common language around learner centred design. We will engage in a holistic evaluation strategy to measure the impact of the project and identify areas for future developments.

Project Aims

  • To formalise and disseminate the Learner Experience Design Toolkit
  • To boost Warwick’s reputation as a thought leader in design thinking and learner experience design
  • To unify the various HE communities, develop and propose a recognised methodology and shared language around the use of design thinking for learner experience design in the UK HE sector
  • To formalise the Learner Experience Design Toolkit
  • To disseminate the Toolkit to the wider community both at Warwick and beyond
  • To support staff and students in the use and application of the Toolkit in their home institutions
  • To collect data on the impact of the Toolkit, report findings and iterate the Toolkit
  • To disseminate the findings and a refined version of the Toolkit with the HE community

Project Lead

Lory Barile

Economics

Project Co-Lead

Jess Humphreys

Academic Development Centre (ADC)

Project Co-Lead

Dr Bo Kelestyn

Warwick Business School (WBS)