ADM-HEA Projects 2011-12
Further details of the successful project proposals are available in Networks 13
The project interim reports are available from the new Networks website and the final reports will be published on the new Networks website when they are ready.
ADM-HEA invited proposals for projects of 12 months duration running until March 2012.
Applicants were asked to demonstrate that their project aims
broadly align with the primary purpose of ADM-HEA: to enhance the student
learning experience across the HE art, design and media sector with the
objectives of developing and supporting learning and teaching. ADM-HEA encouraged and supported the development of new networks and partnerships.
- Better teaching
- Flexibility of learning
- Graduates with impact
Project applicants were asked to consider ways in which the
art, design and media disciplines might respond to these priorities at a
disciplinary, departmental, institutional and regional level to implement positive
change based on principles that are applicable across the art, design and media
This relates to the quality and professionalisation of teaching with the aim of promoting excellent teaching for all students, encompassing areas such as:
National Teaching and institutionally based fellowships
Assessment and feedback practices
Responses to the National Student Survey
Retention and progression
Flexibility of Learning
Responding to the changing economic and social conditions and the growing need for a diversity of models of learning:
HE in FE provision
Distance, on-line or e-learning
Knowledge and skills for industry
Graduates with Impact
Relating to the contribution graduates make to the economy and society and how they can help shape HE.
Personal Development Planning
Employability and entrepreneurship
Student engagement in HE
Awareness and practice of sustainable development
Project holders were encouraged to demonstrate proposals included a regional, collaborative focus.
The Higher Education Academy also identified the
following additional areas for focus and activity within Scotland and Wales:
Quality enhancement including the Scottish Enhancement Themes “Graduates for the 21st Century: intergrating the Enhancement Themes”.
Equality and Diversity
- Curriculum and Programme Design
Quality enhancement including Welsh medium where appropriate
Supporting and championing teaching
Enhancing learning and teaching through technology
Education for Sustainable development and Global Citizenship (ESDGC)
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