What's in this step?
✅ Set your objectives with Glean
✅ Your roll out plan
✅ Send a pre-invite email to students
✅ Promotional materials and resources
✅ Tips for student buy in
Step 1: Set your objectives with Glean
Estimated time: 15 minsDiscuss as a team what you want to achieve with Glean both in the short-term and long-term.
For example, many institutions plan to use Glean to replace the peer note taking accommodation and others look to make Glean available to all students as a Universal Design for Learning tool.
Whatever your ambitions ensure you develop a strategy for introducing Glean for the coming semester; should Glean be something that you have students ask for? Will you suggest it to students who mention certain difficulties? Or will you simply invite all students with a note taking or audio record accommodation?
Step 2: Your roll out plan
Estimated time: 15 minsHow will you launch Glean to students? Planning your launch will reap huge benefits when it comes to student engagement. We’ve created a template timeline with suggested steps. Decide on your best roll out plan given who you wish to invite and your resources available. Set targets for completion to help stay on track.
Step 3: Send a pre-invite email to students
Estimated time: 5 minsGet students familiar with the ‘why’ of note taking with this pre-invite email. The email lists five reasons taking notes improves learning, and links to a quick quiz designed to get students thinking about their own note taking. Send 1 week before invite.
Prefer an unbranded email? Copy the plain text version
Step 4: Promotional Materials & Resources
Estimated time: 30 minsRaising awareness among students is critical to getting early buy-in. We’ve put together a few resources for a variety of different promotions, including social media and print.
We've put together a collection of assets you might want to use in order to promote Glean on campus, from social media assets through to leaflets.
Student Resource List
Our bank of Glean Resources is designed to support you and in students in the Glean journey. Resources can be used during intake meetings and drop-in sessions as well in follow-up interactions with students.