Student Led Learning (SLL) is a national special interest group that supports retention, engagement and transition initiatives which foster student success.
SLL adopts an evidenced based approach and is a mechanism for sharing best practice across HEIs, FE Colleges and Secondary Schools through collaboration and the dissemination of appropriate resources.
The Aim of Student Led Learning is:
- to assist HEIs, FE Colleges and Secondary School members to assist with learners transition into and throughout Higher Education.
- to assist members and empower students to support each other and learn co-operatively.
Membership is open to all HEIs including IoTs, Universities and Private Colleges.
Members of HEI’s in Ireland including academic staff, student support centres, student leaders and learning and teaching developers.
Members from Further Education Colleges.
Members from Secondary Schools.
How to Join: www.lin.ie/sll
For more information on Student Led Learning and the First Year Experience in Ireland click on this digital video story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dknqboDf5RU
An International Journal Article relating to the history and development of SLL http://ro.uow.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1062&context=ajpl
Ginty, Carina and Harding, Nuala M. (2014) The first year experience of a peer assisted learning program in two institutes of technology in Ireland., Journal of Peer Learning, 7, 2014, 36-56. University of Wollongong, Australia.