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TRUST. Meeting minutes 13.02.12. Timo’s presentation. Project end results: Main national organizations collaborate systematically: Forum for regular meetings Shared division of responsibilities Common procedure for updating the definitions and documentations of the collected data

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Meeting minutes 13.02.12

timo s presentation
Timo’s presentation
  • Project end results:
    • Main national organizations collaborate systematically:
      • Forum for regular meetings
      • Shared division of responsibilities
      • Common procedure for updating the definitions and documentations of the collected data
      • Common procedures for collecting QA data
      • Coordinated use/reuse of collected data
timo s presentation 2
Timo’s presentation(2)
  • Vagan
    • Quality monitoring is provided by different organizations – the idea is to provide a common field (ground, measures, data) for classification and QA of the educational quality
    • Organizations:
      • ITAK VAK, Institutzmistu ta metodivnavchannya, Stud. Organizations, etc.
timo s presentation 3
Timo’s presentation (3)
  • Portal for collection of data and knowledge:
    • Easy access to the portal
    • Common place for all organizations
    • What to store?
    • Collectively agreed on the content
    • Different procedures for working with the same data(no duplicate data in diff. places)
    • Simplicity of the data
timo s presentation1
Timo’s presentation
  • QA data (open and flexible):
    • Different indicators and summaries can be computed easily on collected data
    • Data collected for different national organizations can be combined to indicators
    • Universities and stakeholders can create their own indicators for their own benchmarking
    • New data sources can be added to the common portal
timo s presentation 5
Timo’s presentation (5)
  • QA data is actively used
    • Different actors use and cross-validate collected data
    • Universities develop actively indicators for their own strategic needs
    • Stakeholders develop indicators and validate and benchmark the data

Comment: Community-based indicators can be added freely

timo s presentation 6
Timo’s presentation (6)
  • Common QA basis is developed systematically
    • National organizations have dedicated responsibilities for development
    • There is a national plan for augmenting the data coverage
    • Automatic generation of QA data from legacy systems is developed systematically

My comment:

automatic report generation??? (free tools and a adapter)

Statistics calculation modules

timo s presentation 7
Timo’s presentation (7)
  • Portal with sufficient functionality
    • Ability to easily collect the data and to compile the reports for national organizations/QA processes (for political buy in)
    • Possibility to control the access to the data (confidentiality, integrity)
    • Possibility to create indicators an summaries
    • Flexibility to adapt to evolving content
    • Support of main QA processes
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Timo’s presentation (8)
  • Portal may have in parallel:
    • Current Ukrainian system of QA
    • EU QA system
    • E.g. any other QA system
  • Procedures:
    • Form (report) generation based on diff QA indicators
    • Adding new parameter (steps)
  • Common concepts to start with:
    • Ontology of QA data, materials, processes, roles
    • Common language (common concepts)
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Timo’s presentation (9)
  • Outcome 1 should
    • Provide the political preconditions to project main goals:
      • Common documented understanding of the present situation and its shortages
    • Provide the conceptual preconditions to Outcome 2 (portal)
      • Ontology of QA data and QA procedures with different roles, functions, etc.
    • Focus on UA system with EU criteria
timo s presentation 10
Timo’s presentation (10)
  • Concrete tasks:
    • Identify the actors in UA QA (also non-obvious ones)
    • Identify which issues are monitored, by who, by which means, for what purpose
    • Which things are:
      • Common with EU partners/EU policy
      • Missing from UA QA systems
      • Present only in UA/Eastern system
    • Identify the common parts of the process and indicators and not mapped ones?
      • Exists only in EU or only in UA
timo s presentation 11
Timo’s presentation (11)
  • Portal: conceptual preconditions:
    • What are the main national QA processes
    • What data/concepts are involved
    • Are the data definitions comparable internationally?
    • Which processes are missing/contradicting
timo s presentation 12
Timo’s presentation (12)
  • Deliverable 1:
    • Manual of Ukrainian QA of HEIs
      • Part I (systemic goals)
        • Synopsis of EU motivations and trends for QA (based on Damian/ENQA presentation and material + EU partner views)
          • Damian – EU partner, QA assurance in Europe
        • Ukrainian strategies and goals for higher education (official documents)
        • Reflection about the present and envisioned Ukrainian QA of HE (discussions and observations arisen by trainings)
          • Reality vs declared goals
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Timo’s presentation (13)
  • Deliverable 1:
    • Manual of Ukrainian QA of HEIs
      • Part I (systemic goals)
        • Synopsis of EU motivations and trends for QA (based on Damian/ENQA presentation and material + EU partner views)
          • Damian – EU partner, QA assurance in Europe
        • Ukrainian strategies and goals for higher education (official documents)
        • Reflection about the present and envisioned Ukrainian QA of HE (discussions and observations arisen by trainings)
          • Reality vs declared goals
timo s presentation 14
Timo’s presentation (14)
  • Deliverable 1:
    • Part II (Governance of Ukrainian HE)
      • Legal framework for direct and indirect (through stakeholders) governance of HE
      • Formally defined players in the field and their stated goals/tasks
      • Informal players (stakeholders with demonstrated interest/impact to HE)
      • International impact to governance (agreements, commitments)
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Timo’s presentation (15)
  • Deliverable 1:
    • Part III (Structured and annotated documentation of QA processes)
    • Taxonomies a.o. from ENQA presentation
      • Institutional/program/sectorial level
      • Internal/external, per/hierarchical,…
    • Purpose, responsible actor, other actors, knowledge base, produced documents/results

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Timo’s presentation (16)
  • Deliverable 1:
    • During/after training:
      • Test and challenge the given structure
      • Place your thoughts, ideas, questions to the structure
      • Identify possible contributors
    • Focused writing starts after 4th training
      • Decisions about structure, responsibilities, editorial roles and tasks, timetables
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Timo’s presentation (17)
  • Dates:
    • End of March:
      • agree on the structure of the docs
        • Who (roles, teams, people)
        • Timing and schedule for deliverables
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Timo’s presentation (18)
  • Ontology of Ukrainian QA
    • Formal knowledge model of the concepts needed for detailed documentation of QA procedures
      • Needs incremental collaborative approach and IT tools + experts in knowledge modeling
      • Reasonable subset needed to start piloting the portal and portal based processes
      • Starting from existing national QA procedures