Student voice as reflection of values, opinions, perspectives and cultural backgrounds in the higher education community (HEA, 2017) is currently a key theme on different fronts in the sector. And rightly so. For example, the Office for Students has emerged as a regulatory body, although student level of participation still remains to be resolved. NSS data are a major influence on issues of access, participation and outreach. In learning and teaching, student centred approaches aspire to embed the student voice in curriculum design and to provide our students with the competences they need in order to succeed after their studies.
How to Cite:
Hatzipanagos, S., (2018) “Editor's note”, New Vistas 4(1), p.1. doi: https://doi.org//uwl.57