VocalEyes reached a significant milestone on Friday April 27, 2018. A training event for Participatory Democracy Champions from 10 secondary schools in the City of Cardiff took place in the grandeur of Cardiff City Hall. We welcomed almost 60 young
Cardiff is the first city in Wales to take part in Unicef UK’s national Child Rights Partners programme. Between now and 2020, the local authority, including all of its delivery partners, are working in partnership with Unicef towards being recognized
What is your name and where do you live?
Marthe Muller. I live two blocks from the sea between Sea Point and Bantry Bay in ward 54 of Cape Town, South Africa, an administrative area that includes Robben Island, where South
We’re really inspired to discover the Foundation for Democracy and Sustainable Development today as we am confident that enabling an authentic participative democracy is at the heart of our ability to sustain ourselves and avoid the worst effects of the global
Fantastic to have our first “Super College”, City of Glasgow College on-board. Check out some of the ideas they’ve been turning into action..
Community Engagement Specialist
I’m Sarah Hoss, I promote VocalEyes in colleges, universities and schools. Any registered student is able to participate. This allows you to make sure that the remote learners, the mature learners and the part time learners
Introducing VocalEyes to NPTC Group (FE College)
Headline News: In Wales, the first Further Education College after Pembrokeshire College to adopt VocalEyes is the newly-formed NPTC Group – an organisation that now covers a vast geographic area of Wales – with
Training sessions for managers in HE and FE
VocalEyes is being promoted as an authentic and efficient system for capturing learner voice to educational institutions throughout the UK. Pembrokeshire College, the ‘test bed’ for the utility is taking the lead in
Pembrokeshire College has been working with VocalEyes to gain ‘proof of concept’ and using the College’s staff and student communities to test out the platform, providing valuable insights into user-experience as well as enhancing pre-existing engagement strategies.
This case study shows the first college to use a digital platform ‘VocalEyes Digital Democracy’ for student engagement and the use of the system to transform Learner and Staff Voice. Pembrokeshire College have now exceeded 50,000 interactions using the system and also