Learning and Teaching
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.
QAA supports a number of projects every year, covering a range of topics and interest areas. On this page you'll find projects related to post-pandemic learning and teaching.
STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN LEARNING
This project is part of a multi-pathway study to understand how students engage in learning to identify and instigate purposeful interventions in relation to social and individual learning and retention with good evidence of effectiveness.
Project lead: Bangor University
Project partners: Grŵp Llandrillo Menai
Teaching Degree Apprenticeships (DA): Challenges, Motivations, Lessons Learnt and Good Practice Guidelines
Project lead: Staffordshire University
Project partners: Kingston University, Manchester Metropolitan University, Middlesex University, University of Bolton and University of Wolverhampton
Student Experience and Student Expectations in a post-pandemic teaching and learning environment
Project lead: Coventry University
Project partners: Coventry University London, De Montfort University, Birmingham City University, Liverpool John Moores University, Manchester Metropolitan University, Northumbria University, University of East London, University of Greenwich and University of Huddersfield
EMBEDDING MENTAL WELLBEING: METHODS AND BENEFITS
Project lead: De Montfort University
BLENDED LEARNING REVIEW
Project lead: Leeds College of Building
Challenging and Demystifying the Current Reliance on Examinations and Engineering
Project lead: Northumbria University
Project partners: Warwick University, University of York and Newcastle University
A FLEXIBLE LEARNING TOOLKIT TO ENHANCE MODULE DESIGN
Project lead: University of Derby
Project partners: Derby College, London College and Pearson Learning
DIFFERING PERCEPTIONS OF QUALITY OF LEARNING
Project lead: University of Portsmouth
Project partners: Manchester Metropolitan University, Solent University and The University of Nottingham
Creating an environment to foster pedagogic research informed decision making on quality matters
Project lead: University of Bath
Project partners: University of Hull, Leeds Trinity University, Barnsley College, Askham Bryan College and Scholars School System
SOCIAL INDUCTION FRAMEWORK
Project lead: Falmouth University
Project partners: Edinburgh University and Glasgow University
ACTIVE ONLINE READING
Project lead: University of Lincoln
Project partners: University of Lincoln, University of Nottingham, University College London, Sheffield Hallam University, University of Salford, University of Hertfordshire, Keele University, Royal Holloway University of London, University of Lincoln, Royal Historical Society, Council of University Classics Departments and Open University, History UK and Talis
Hybrid teaching: A futurist model or a realist model for the future?
Project lead: University of Nottingham
Project partner: University of Birmingham
OTHER COLLABORATIVE ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS
You can find out more about all our Collaborative Enhancement Projects - and access resources and outputs - on our website.