What is the pre-delivery checklist?
Education Board has approved a pre-delivery checklist to support departments as they plan and prepare for the first year of delivery. The checklist contains key activity considered essential to the successful launch of CT courses as well as recommended items that represent opportunities to further align delivery with the University’s Curriculum Principles.
Education Board considers departments to be best placed to consider the checklist items in the context of their transformed courses and to oversee relevant activity. Heads of Departments are accountable for progress and can delegate responsibility to relevant groups or individuals. Activity will not require approval as part of the CT process.
Sources of support
There are many sources of support across the University to help you plan and prepare for launch. Departments are strongly encouraged to engage with Professional Service support at an early point. Sources of support and key timeline considerations are detailed to enable timely and effective support for departments.
If you have queries about the project or would like support in launching and implementing a CT course, please contact your Faculty/School liaison in the first instance:
Faculty of Engineering and Design: Grace Cappy (Education Manager)
Faculty of Humanities and Social Science: Ed Mason (Education Manager)
Faculty of Science: Sarah Paine (Education Manager)
School of Management: Beth Williams (Project Manager – Quality of Learning)
Your Faculty Assistant Registrar will also be able to provide guidance.
For support with designing and developing your curriculum and assessment please speak with your Faculty/School liaison:
Faculty of Engineering and Design: Robert Eaton
Faculty of Humanities and Social Science: Jo Charles
Faculty of Science: Liz Beaven
School of Management: Liz Beaven
For support with technology related to learning and teaching contact the TEL team at: email@example.com
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