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Prof. Frank Coton
February, 2014
University of Glasgow
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Presentation given by Prof. Frank Coton at the Launch of the Quality Enhancement Project, 27 February 2014.

This presentation covers the following topics:

  • The Framework within which the University of Glasgow operates.
  • Guiding Principles of the QE Framework
  • The University of Glasgow Quality Framework
  • Glasgow University Senate Committee Structure
  • The Enhancement Focus
  • The Quality Processes as Mechanisms for Enhancement
  • Delivering the Student Experience: Embedding Enhancement in Strategy
  • The Dimensions of the Student Experience
  • The Dimensions of the Student Experience
  • The Dimensions of the Student Experience – span of control
  • We are all in it together – including our students!
  • Understanding Enhancement
  • Strategic Enablers
  • Where do the EnhancementThemes fit in?
  • The Enhancement Themes
  • A key lesson from the Enhancement Culture
  • A Diverse HE Sector
  • How the Enhancement Themes Run
  • Case Study: Graduate Attributes at the University of Glasgow
  • Case Study: Graduate Attributes
  • The original working group’s aims
  • Institutional research and 9-2011 building consensus
  • Identified order of importance
  • Student-led institutional research
  • What did the consultations find?
  • Our Graduate Attributes
  • University of Glasgow’s Graduate Attributeraduate Framework
  • …and we did not make this journey alone!


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