The College plays a proactive role in both the quality assurance and enhancement of learning and teaching across the College.
The College, through its College Quality Assurance Committee, has responsibility for implementing the University's strategy for quality assurance of learning and teaching across the College.
Detailed information about quality processes at the University is available from the Quality Unit website.
As part of its responsibilities, the College receives reports from schools, and reports annually to the Senatus Quality Assurance Committee (SQAC).
The College's annual reports, produced by the College Quality Assurance Committee, discuss the College's procedures and practices in course monitoring, programme review and external examining. As such, every member of staff involved in learning and teaching has a role to play in ensuring teaching quality.
Guidance on the College's annual quality assurance and enhancement reporting procedures, including timelines, templates and forms for schools completing their annual reports, is available in the following section:
Information on the College's Learning and Teaching Strategy and resources can be found in the Learning and Teaching section of the College website:
The University's Learning, Teaching and Enhancement Strategy is available to download from the Policies section of the Academic Services website.
The University is committed to accessible learning and enhancing the student experience. Read more about the University's policy on accessible learning at the following link:
Preparation for the 2011 Enhancement-Led Institutional Review (ELIR) is in process. For complete details about the preparations, timeline, Review Team visit dates, school contacts and Steering Group members, please see the Quality Unit website.
This article was published on May 21, 2014