Student-Led, Individually-Created Courses

Setting up your own SLICC

Overview of the resources and support available to set-up and run a SLICC

If you are thinking about using the SLICC framework in your own setting, there is a wide range of resources and support available covering: what is involved in this reflective, e-portfolio-based, learning and assessment framework for experiential learning; and how to set-up and run your own SLICC.


Getting familiar with SLICCs

The links below take you to some of the relevant pages in the student section of this website. 

These give an overview of the process and illustrate the diversity of formats, topics, disciplinary and cross-disciplinary approaches that have been successful SLICC experiences.

Detailed overview of the SLICCs process for students and staff (17-minute video)

Examples of experiences and topics students have used previously

Experiences and topics

Learning Abstracts (200-word student summaries on what they did and learned during their SLICC)

Prompts for students on what they can use as an experience


Accessing detailed resources and support

If you want to discuss the SLICC framework further, please contact the SLICCs Team. 

The support that we can offer includes:

  • Support getting a SLICC on the DRPS, including Board of Studies documentation
  • Generic SLICC workbooks at the SCQF Level you need (available via PebblePad)
  • Guidance on setting up your SLICC to optimise the student experience
  • Support for an administrator in what may be a new format and platform, including an ‘Admin Resource Pack’
  • Support for the Course Organiser, particularly in training new tutors, and in implementing the assessment framework, including a ‘Tutor Resource Pack’ 

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