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Our Collaborative Enhancement Projects offer funding opportunities for small groups of our member institutions to work together on projects of shared interest which enhance the quality of their own students' learning experiences and develop outputs to support the wider higher education sector. 

 

We are currently supporting 13 projects all of which commenced in 2020-21, each led by a QAA Member, with more than 45 members engaged across all of the collaborations. Details of these projects are below, including links to resources and outputs when they become available.

 

ACTIVE ONLINE READING

Lead: University of Lincoln

News: Talis Sponsors QAA Project on Active Online Reading


A FLEXIBLE LEARNING TOOLKIT TO ENHANCE MODULE DESIGN

Lead: University of Derby


A LEARNING COMMUNITY: AN EXPLORATION OF THE LINCOLNSHIRE TRIPOD

Lead: University of Lincoln

News: Joint Research Venture to help better equip Lincolnshire Visitor Economy


BLENDED LEARNING REVIEW

Lead: Leeds College of Building


Challenging and Demystifying the Current Reliance on Examinations and Engineering

Lead: Northumbria University


DEVELOPING A SET OF INCLUSIVE ASSESSMENT DESIGN ATTRIBUTES FOR USE ACROSS THE HE SECTOR

Lead: Teesside University

News: Three QAA bids won by consortia made up of University Alliance and DTA members


DEVELOPMENT OF RESOURCES FOR PGR STUDENTS TO ASSIST PREPARATION FOR THEIR VIVA


Lead: University of South Wales

News: Three QAA bids won by consortia made up of University Alliance and DTA members


DIFFERING PERCEPTIONS OF QUALITY OF LEARNING

Lead: University of Portsmouth


EMBEDDING MENTAL WELLBEING: METHODS AND BENEFITS

Lead: De Montfort University

News: DMU to lead new study improving students' mental wellbeing


MAKING THE LANGUAGE OF ASSESSMENT INCLUSIVE

Lead: University of the West of England

News: Three QAA bids won by consortia made up of University Alliance and DTA members


MODULAR LEARNING BY DESIGN NOT BY DEFAULT

Lead: Bath College


SOCIAL INDUCTION FRAMEWORK


Lead: Falmouth University


Contact us

If you have any questions or would like to have a chat about your project with a member of the team at QAA, please email us.