Ways to get involved
Within the framework of the Education Strategy, staff and students will continue to work on a range of projects and initiatives to enhance education and the student experience at Warwick. If you are interested in finding out more or getting involved with an activity featured within the Education Strategy, you could:
- Contact the relevant department or team (see contacts to the right of this page, and on our case study pages)
- Speak to your Departmental Education Committee
- Learn more via your Faculty Education Committee
- Contribute to one of our consultations on new sub-strategies or programmes (see below)
- Contact the Education Executive team at educationexecutive at warwick dot ac dot uk
What's happening ...
- An institutional conversation about our Credit Framework is taking place. Have your say at one of our Town Hall meetings or submit feedback online
- The Review of Assessment will continue into 2018/19, with consultations currently going through Faculty Education Committees and Academic Quality and Standards Committee
- Our new Employability Strategy and Widening Participation Strategy are currently being developed, and we will be consulting with staff and students on these in the coming months
- Delivering Our Priorities for 2018/19. Watch our video and learn more about some of the other key activities for this academic year
Sharing innovation and good practice
Explore our case studies of innovation and good practice which are enhancing education and the student experience at Warwick
Do you have a case study you would like to share? Contact us at educationexecutive at warwick dot ac dot uk
This year, our Education Conference invites you to think about who we are, who we want to be and how we embody, envision and create the university of the future. The Education Conference will be held on Tuesday 14 May 2019, and colleagues are invited to submit proposals for sessions.
Our Strategies and Policies
Anything to add?
Let us know if there is any education-related information or links which it would be useful to provide on this page
Finding support and advice
The Learning and Development Centre (LDC) provides tailored, high quality learning opportunities for University staff, offering a range of opportunities from workshops and accredited courses, to coaching and mentoring – all free for University staff.
The Teaching and Learning Unit (TLU) is responsible for the strategic direction and provision of educational development opportunities for all staff involved in teaching and support of learning.
The Academy is the UK's first institutional academy of educators for staff and students engaged in the advancement of learning and teaching excellence.
IATL's core business is to create innovative and collaborative pedagogies in interdisciplinary and international environments.
Technology Enhanced Learning
The Academic Technology team provide training, advice, support, guidance and consultancy to academics using technology to enhance and support research, teaching and learning.
The Audio Visual Services team are responsible for the specification, installation and maintenance of all Audio Visual equipment on campus. We also provide a range of technical services to support teaching, learning and the business needs of Warwick’s staff and students.
Academic Governance & Quality Assurance
On behalf of the Senate, Education Committee has responsibility for the development and oversight of the implementation of the University’s Education Strategy.
Faculty Education Committees consider Faculty-level implementation of the University's Education Strategy and report to the Faculty Boards and Education Committee.
The Teaching Quality team works on institutional and faculty quality assurance and enhancement activities and projects, and also services institutional and faculty academic governance frameworks.
Information and guidance on our ongoing commitment to advancing diversity, equality and inclusion at Warwick.
Information for postgraduate taught and research students, and guidance for members of staff and external examiners.
Information and links to the range of services and support provided by IT Services, including IT Training
The Library provides a range of services for academic and research staff including support for enhancing teaching practice and making the most of research.
Guidelines and information for Personal Tutors and students.
The SPI Programme comprises a number of projects to enhance our academic systems and processes with the aim of facilitating a consistent and seamless student experience.