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Engaging students and staff


Students who are more engaged achieve better and are more likely to graduate. Students who are less engaged often underperform, require more support, and are more likely to drop out, all with financial consequences. Engagement is key to successful students, and by extension, staff.


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What is engagement?


Engagement is the effort students give to achieving desired outcomes, and the effort the college gives to inducing their participation.

How to achieve engagement

Engagement can be built into communications, curriculum, student support services, and learning technology.

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Improve communication


Use data to find the best way to communicate with your students.

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Engage your learners


Build communication and learning style preferences into curriculum to suit the student’s needs.

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Improve support


Use data to identify at-risk and under-performing students to re-engage them.

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Embrace technology


Use students love of tech to engage them on and off campus.

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