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QSN is a membership organisation for staff with responsibility for quality strategy and management within UK higher education. It provides a forum for the discussion of key issues of quality management and enhancement, and organises an annual Conference and smaller symposium events to discuss specific areas of interest.

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19th Sep 2019 - 20th Sep 2019

14th QSN Annual Conference ...

The 14th QSN Annual Conference will take place again at The University of Aston, Birmingham on Thursday 19th and Friday 20th September. Put the dates in your diary ...
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13th Sep 2018 - 14th Sep 2018

13th QSN Annual Conference - A Regulated Quality Future? ...

Thank you to colleagues who attended and contributed to a great conference this year. You can download materials from this year's conference on the 'Documents' section of the website. Dates for the 2018/19 QSN Symposia and 14th Annual Conference to follow shortly.

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13th Annual Conference: A Regulated Quality Future?

The transformation of the quality management landscape continues with great rapidity and intensity. As the new regulator for English Higher Education, the OfS is adopting a bold, student-focused, risk-based approach, reflecting the significant changes to HE in the last 25 years and seeking to anticipate changes still to come. Familiar features – notably, the UK Quality Code – are also

Event Dates: 13/09/2018 12:00 am - 14/09/2018 12:00 am
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How collaboration is the key to apprenticeship quality

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Jill Shepherd of QA Apprenticeships says FE:HE collaboration is essential to quality apprenticeships.

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Love our colleges, love our college HE

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John Widdowson of New College Durham explains why and how we should all love our colleges.

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The NSS: a survey

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David Kernohan summarises the history of the NSS, and presents a range of historical data.

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College HE is on par

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Sam Parrett of London South East Colleges says we should #LoveOurColleges’ HE as it’s on par.

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Student views, student surveys, and getting better at responding

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Jim Dickinson explores what impact the NSS has had on the student experience, and student unions.

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Policy Watch: The Office for Students on free speech

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An Office for Students board paper examines the issue of free speech on campus. It’s sensible, evidence-led, and likely to case trouble. David Kernohan and Jim Dickinson take a look for Wonkhe on the day that Nick Clegg was linked to a “no platforming” story.

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Beyond school qualifications: how to make admissions truly inclusive

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Josie McLellan, Richard Pettigrew, and Tom Sperlinger – authors of the book Who are universities for? – argue for a radical overhaul of undergraduate admissions to make universities truly inclusive.

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Responding to sexual misconduct

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Nicola Tune and Kate Little introduce an investigation into students’ expectations of their universities when disclosing an experience of sexual misconduct.

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