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This webinar explores emerging outcomes from the Jisc Institutional Approaches to Curriculum Design programme, an ambitious intervention in one of the core practices of academic life. In the three years since its inception, the programme has seen radical, systemic change at some of the 12 participating institutions, and subtle, embedded change at others. Despite very different emphases, from managing course information to embedding new graduate attributes, evidence is emerging that joined-up thinking across the curriculum lifecycle can enhance processes, engage stakeholders, and generate more relevant learning opportunities.
Sarah Knight, Programme Manager, e-Learning, Jisc
Helen Beetham, e-Learning consultant
Marianne Sheppard, Researcher/Analyst, Jisc InfoNet
What will you learn or take away?
Key lessons that participants will be able to apply in their own contexts will include:
benefits of a joined-up approach to managing course information
approaches to embedding 'new' graduate attributes
pointers for engaging stakeholders in the curriculum
Who should attend
This webinar is aimed at everyone with strategic responsibility for curriculum design and development, from curriculum teams through curriculum managers to senior managers in the areas of learning and teaching/education/curriculum development. Those with responsibility for curriculum processes such as approval, course information management, and portfolio development will also be interested.