Co-creation in higher education
AuthorDollinger, Mollie Margaret
AffiliationMelbourne Graduate School of Education
Document TypePhD thesis
Access StatusOpen Access
© 2018 Dr. Mollie Margaret Dollinger
As higher education continues to grow, diversify and respond to increasing accountability, the task of maintaining value in the higher education system becomes more challenging. To address this, researchers have begun exploring how students can shape their own student experiences through participatory design frameworks, such as co-creation. In this dissertation, the nature of student-staff co-creation in higher education will be explored through ten unique case studies across Australian universities. Findings relating to the nature of co-creation, including antecedent, barriers, and benefits will be discussed. A model of co-creation for higher education will also be presented to help guide future exploration in the area.
Keywordsco-creation; higher education; student experience; student partnership
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