Faculty and staff are encouraged to communicate the benefits of FIRST to their students; promote FIRST as a place where exceptional student work will be published, and how to utilize FIRST as a research and collaboration tool.
- Student work that showcases exemplary learning and quality in teaching.
- Research papers, conference proceedings, journal and magazine articles, essays, artwork, photography, music, recorded performances, videos, primary research, etc.
WHAT IS SPONSORSHIP?
- Faculty or staff must evaluate student work, just as you do when marking assignments or exams, to ensure quality and academic excellence.
- Sponsorship is strictly for assessment and vetting purposes.
BENEFITS FOR THE STUDENTS
- Creates a digital portfolio of their best work that they can link to directly.
- Increases visibility and discoverability of their work globally through search engines.
- It gives them an additional academic target to strive for and encourages them to produce exceptional work.
- Other students and prospective students can browse FIRST and see the academic and creative work produced by their peers.
HOW TO PUBLISH STUDENT WORK
- All work is submitted electronically by the sponsoring faculty or staff member.
- To submit:
Create a user account using your @fanshawec.ca email.
Download the Student License Agreement on the home page. Print out and have the student complete the form. Scan and email the signed and dated form to FIRST@fanshawec.ca
Navigate to the school to which the student work will be submitted and click Student work.
Click Submit your work here which will bring you to the submission form page.
Complete the submission form with your sponsored students information (name, email address etc...) and upload your document.
- Fanshawe’s commitment to academic quality and student success is stronger than ever.
- In 2018, Ayden Miller (keyboard/synthesizer), Stefan Boulineau (lead vocals) and Cole Wilson (lead guitar) formed their band New Friends while working together in the studio of Fanshawe Music Industry Arts program.