This structured approach but informal presenting style kept the pace flowing but allowed the educators’ personalities to emerge; learners were excited not only to have their questions answered but to be name-checked; all of which created a sense of intimacy and personalisation that increased learner interactivity, while the live questions on topical issues created a sense of spontaneity.
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As students we were treated as equals during the Hack Day, and this ensured that we all felt part of an inclusive process rather than just some academic experiment. This has added to the positive feelings I now have towards ‘my’ university.