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SPI Projects

These are a selection of some of the current and completed projects for the SPI Programme. Visit the Projects Overview page where you can find an overview of all the workstreams for SPI.

Universal Admissions

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The Universal Admissions project will provide a single system, with converged processes for administrating all types of applications to Warwick regardless of route of entry (UCAS, direct, partner), and level of course (UG, PG, other).

Module Approval Process

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The Module Approval and Catalogue project will establish a new data set to be captured for every module, which will ensure that Academic Departments have all the details they need to approve a module

SkillsForge

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Warwick SkillsForge is an online platform to support PGRs and their supervisors with professional development, providing a single online portal for organising and evidencing professional development.

MyWarwick AppMyWarwick

The My Warwick app brings together information about many aspects of student life at Warwick. It is available on iPhone, Android phones and tablets as well as on the desktop.

wellbeing.pngWellbeing Support Services Case Management System

This project will implement a case management system allowing Wellbeing Support Services to more effectively support students and to create a more coherent service between the different teams.

Student Records Workflows

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The aim of this project is to develop an integrated and consistent approach to handling student requests, which is student-centred and provides a single point of access for students to initiate requests.

Module Selection Process

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Investigating the module registration processes and examining routes to consistency in the student experience. Managed in conjunction with the Timetable Improvement Programme with a focus on improving timetables for students.

Module Evaluation

Module Evaluation Process

This project enhances the processes and systems used for module evaluation and the mechanisms for responding to feedback. Informed by the work of WIHEA and led by SLEEC, the project will deliver an online, central module evaluation system, with automated data gathering for use by departments.