This project is a collaboration between universities and sector bodies.
The Open University leads on Positive learner identities, focusing on emotional awareness, encouraging help seeking behaviour, recognising achievements and valuing learning opportunities.
University of Bradford leads on Positive digital communities, supporting students’ sense of belonging and purpose, informal peer support and meaningful connections that do not rely on a campus environment.
University of Warwick leads on Positive pedagogies, establishing inclusive, compassionate practices in technology-enhanced learning that support mental wellbeing.
Student Minds leads on student engagement in the project, facilitating a student panel to steer and guide the project.
Jisc leads on sector-wide engagement, drawing on their established cross-disciplinary networks in technology-enhanced learning.
UMHAN leads on engagement of mental health professionals, bringing expertise from 400 mental health advisors and mentors from 130 institutions.