SEEC Conference 2009 - Presentations and Notes
This page contains presentations and notes from a variety of the sessions that were held. Further documents will be added as we receive them.
Conference presentations, paper and notes
Institutional Challenges and Choices in Economic Curriculum Design - Back to basics?
The consequences of funding cuts
John Craven, Vice-Chancellor, University of Portsmouth, Chair of the University Alliance
European credit initiatives
Bob Johnson, Commissioner for Credit Rating, European Council for Business Education
Quality assured APEL in 5 easy steps
Frank Lyons, National Teaching Fellow, Director of Foundation Direct, University of Portsmouth
AP(E)L: From claim to cash to credit
Annie Watts and Jane Campbell-Baigrie, University of Plymouth
Credit initiatives, study abroad and the CATS Programme at the University of Hertfordshire
Nicole Duplain, Senior Lecturer in French, School of Humanities Year Abroad Co-ordinator, CATS & Exchange Programme Tutor
How can we improve our assessment systems and practice given the potentially negative effect on student learning of our current credit system?
Chris Rust & Berry O’Donovan,
Deputy Directors, Assessment Standards Knowledge exchange (ASKe) CETL Directorate
The Shell Award Framework for the South West Region - A theme of the Higher Skills Pathfinder Project
Dr Alison Rudd, Senior Assistant Academic Registrar and Helen Millican, Assistant Academic Registrar , University of West England
“Would you credit it? Considerations of level, learning outcomes and volume of learning in the design of module-based curriculum.”
Tony Turjansky, Head of Academic Quality and University Learning and Teaching Fellow, Edge Hill University