Defining and Defending Quality in Higher Education Nina Becket & Maureen Brookes The Journey So Far 2000 QAA Subject Review 2001 LTSN Student Experience Survey 2002 QAA Institutional Audit 2003 Enhancement-led Institutional Review 2003 HEA established
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Nina Becket & Maureen Brookes
2008: where we are: the current picture
NUS Student Experience Report 2008
Quality and Standards in UK Universities
The world is evolving very quickly - unlock British talent and support economic growth through innovation.
Decide what a future world-class HE system should look like, seek to achieve, and identify current barriers to its development.
This will be done before initiating the review of undergraduate fees next year.
A number of individuals and organisations making contributions. Not to write government policy but to inform - equally important - to stimulate debate and discussion in the sector.
Recognising and rewarding teaching
The survey revealed:
UCU 2008 Conference MotionEducation for all not just for business
(UCU Congress and Sector Conferences 2008: Agenda)
Outlines how quality and standards are assessed and assured in UK universities
(robust & evolves in the light of experience)
Scholarship of tourism as a subject and of teaching and learning
‘the knowledge of concepts of teaching and learning based on literature, the teaching and learning process, content and context, and the investigation, evaluation, communication and reflection on teaching and learning’
(as cited by Trigwell, Martin, Benjamin & Prosser, 2000 Scholarship of teaching: a model, Higher Education Research and Development)
www.tlrp.org/Principles into Practice, June 2007