The Course and Module Evaluation in HE Conference takes place on Tuesday 7 February at Nottingham Conference Centre, Burton Street, Nottingham NG1 4BU and early bookings are recommended.
Organised in partnership with Nottingham Trent University, the Association of University Administrators and Electric Paper Ltd, this one day conference builds on the success of the similar conferences held over the past couple of years in Oxford and Newcastle.
Effective course and module evaluation is critical for the continuous improvement of teaching and learning, in addition to the role that it plays in marketing in the enormously competitive higher education arena. This conference covers policy objectives and project purpose, effective governance and control. All institutions are grappling with the challenges of developing robust systems, to ensure the right questions are asked, to encourage greater response rates, gather meaningful information efficiently, and to use the findings to create an impact.
During the day, delegates will hear from Eunice Simmons, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Nottingham Trent University and Professor Bruce Macfarlane, Director of the Centre for Educational Policy, University of Southampton as well as participate in workshops focussing on a range of issues associated with course and modular level evaluation.