Composition of panels Training of experts Consistency External Communication. IQA seminar ENQA – The Hague 15 and 16 June 2009. Motivation of this break out session. Exchange of knowledge, mutual learning, experience and good practice is an important goal of this two days
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IQA seminar ENQA – The Hague 15 and 16 June 2009
| 4Composition of panels
The judgements of experts have in general a great impact in the results of the evaluations.
Quality Assurance Agencies:
The success and the quality of an assessment depends to a large extend on the knowledge and experience of the experts.
Usually the internal selection processes of panel members assure a “good” level of panel members.
Nevertheless, it is always necessary to assure the knowledge of the program and guides to assess it. As a consequence Agencies should train their experts.
Plays a role on several moments and different levels during the review and evaluation process, e.g.:
The results of external quality assurance (EQA) in higher education are not often topic of public debate.
The impact of (negative) accreditation decisions is strongly related to the public awareness of these decisions.