In response to feedback received from QAA Members in Wales, QAA Cymru has launched a new enhancement initiative for the benefit of the sector and students in Wales.
Our Collaborative Enhancement Projects aim to bring QAA Members in Wales together to collaborate on work of mutual interest. They will be supported by QAA Cymru through funding, and some staff facilitator support.
QAA Cymru has worked with the Universities Wales Learning and Teaching Network and QAA Members to identify potential themes and topics for collaboration, which have the potential to add value to the whole sector once completed.
Learning from/reflections on COVID-19
- Blended learning
- No detriment approaches
- BAME student attainment
- Inclusivity and recognition of individual student experiences
- Student engagement with collaborative partners
- Data/learner analytics
- Enhancing assessment and assessment flexibility (including online assessments)
- Engaging academics with QAA
- Themes from Quality Enhancement Reviews
- Working with other sector bodies
Please note that this list is not exhaustive, and we welcome expressions of interest on any topic.
Submit an expression of interest
Read the Call for Expressions of Interest document for more information on these projects.
If you have an idea for a project but have not identified any collaborative partners, we encourage you to still submit an expression of interest. Following the closing date, QAA will identify projects with similar aims and work with providers to form a Collaborative Enhancement Project.
Members can find further information about this work on our Membership Resources Site.
Resources from QAA Cymru Enhancement Planning Session, Tuesday 15 December 2021 - recording, presentation and write up.