Back in March 2017, the Open University Students Association ran their very first week dedicated to celebrating Student Voice. This event was supported by many groups at the Association and departments across The Open University.
Due to popular demand, The Students Association, in partnership with The Open University is running #OUstudentVoice week again.
Over the course of the week, there will be a host of activities for students to take part in such as, workshops and online forums. Students will be able to share their views on interesting topics that are relevant to their experience of OU study.
It is a great opportunity to enable students to provide their thoughts and feedback, which is not only beneficial to students, but also help to build a community within the university.
The aim of Student Voice Week is reach out to as many students as possible and encourage them to share their feedback, not just during Student Voice Week but throughout their student journey. Student feedback is a valuable tool for The Open University, it is instrumental to guiding improvements and facilitates future innovation.
Student Voice Week also aims to highlight the positive impact student feedback has had across the university and the benefits of working collaboratively with students.
To find what’s on and when, visit the OU Association and look for the timetable of planned activities.