Monday 23 May 2016, 12.30PM to 2.00pm
Speaker(s): Claire Hughes, Environment and Scott Slorach, York Law School
This workshop will use two recent case studies of programme development – from Environment and York Law School – to illustrate how a holistic view of programme design can provide students with cohesive, progressive programmes of study, whilst retaining the flexibility and richness of choice that comes with modularity. At the same time, it provides a focal point for colleagues in the process of implementing the University Learning and Teaching Strategy.
The presenters will describe and discuss their approaches to:
The workshop will be interactive, to enable colleagues to share and draw on programme design experience in implementing the Learning and Teaching Strategy from across the University.
If you are unable to attend the event, please look at the Forum blog for further information
Location: Room HG21, Heslington Hall