Sharing Experiences and Good Practice in Collaborative Provision

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Author(s)Tina Harrison
Abstract
This workshop is intended to provide an opportunity for main stakeholders in quality assurance to discuss challenges encountered when developing collaborative provision (such as joint degrees) and how these have been managed. The objectives of the workshop are to share experiences of collaborative provision and the issues and challenges involved, to identify examples of good practice in quality assurance and to ascertain participants’ perceptions of the optimal
means of quality assurance in this context. A key challenge for the higher education sector is to identify a common understanding of what collaborative provision involves and to resolve many of the academic alignment issues inherent in working in different national contexts, frameworks and cultures. Participants are encouraged to come ready to discuss their or their institution’s experiences of collaborative provision in higher education, to identify key issues and how they have been managed.
CategoriesQuality of HE » 2009 4th EQAF