An internal subject review has seven main features.
There are seven main features of internal subject review:
- A review team composed of internal and external reviewers, including student membership.
- An overarching University remit for all reviews based on the key themes and areas covered in the Quality Assurance Agency’s Enhancement-Led Institutional Review:
- management of the student learning experience
- management of quality and standards
- management of enhancement and promotion of good practice
- A subject-specific remit containing items of particular interest to the area being reviewed, where comments and guidance are sought from the review team.
- A report containing recommendations for action and commendations of good practice.
- Follow-up of progress of action through the annual quality assurance reporting process.
- Publication of review reports and subject area responses on the University website.
- Dissemination of good practice to other subject areas.
This article was published on Oct 22, 2010