News from EPQ
Catch up with the latest here.
Introducing Education Bulletin
Changes to modules that come into effect for the 2023/24 academic year need to be approved on the Module Approval System by 31st May 2023.
A major project on reviewing assessment policies will be initiated after the ITLR. In the meantime, there are a few critical wording changes that need to be made to some documents for 2023/24.
The new year has seen a number of staff changes in EPQ, with new team members joining and existing team members starting new roles.
Meet Kim, who we've just welcomed to EPQ - find out about her previous role at University College Birmingham, her eclectic taste in books, and her current favourite brew...
We have now appointed panels for each of the 38 reviews being conducted both across academic departments and professional services clusters, and over coming weeks the panels will begin to review their allocated department or cluster.
The National Student Survey (NSS) 2023 is open to Warwick final year students from Monday 6 February to Sunday 30 April.
Find out the latest news from the ITLR, and see what's coming up next.
Find out more about Dominic's roles and responsibilities connected with the UCB partnership, why he's ditched a to-do list in favour of a to-day list, and see if you agree with his views on the sequels to his favourite film...
Following the completion of Phase 1 of the launch of the new Warwick Assessment System, the next phase, replacing the Alternative Examinations Portal, will soon be underway.
Student surveys at Warwick will look a bit different this year, with an updated campaign, a new joint University and Students' Union (SU) survey, and changes to the National Student Survey.
The campaign is well underway to recruit 270 staff and students to our ITLR panels - find out how you can get involved.
It has been a busy few weeks for ITLR.
EPQ is launching a package of brand new support for staff and students involved in curriculum development
We're excited to share the ways we've involved students in the ITLR this time around.
Over the last five years, Warwick has seen considerable change around curriculum data management, all with the aim of creating a single source of truth for course and module information.
There are a number of changes to policy, regulation and guidance that will take effect in the 2022-23 academic year.
The Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), introduced by the Government in England in 2016, is now a permanent feature of the Office for Students (OfS)'s regulatory framework. The next TEF will be carried out during 2022-23 - so, how are we preparing for our TEF submission?