QSN Module Evaluation Special Interest Group – Meeting 2

Friday 19th Jul 2019 - Friday 19th Jul 2019
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Free to QSN members

QSN members are invited to attend the meeting of the QSN Module Evaluation Special Interest Group (SIG). The SIG is intended to provide a network for discussion and mutual support and to facilitate the sharing and development of good practice in module evaluation and the use of software available to HEIs across the sector.

The event is free to QSN members. Refreshments and lunch will be provided. The first part of the day will involve presentations on closing the feedback loop and how institutions make use of module evaluation data to support strategic decision making.

In the afternoon there will be round table discussions of topics suggested by SIG members.

The SIG will be convened by Dr Victoria Korzeniowska, Director of Curriculum, Quality and Employability Services, , King’s College London, QSN Deputy Chair.

Registration is from 10:30am. The event is from 11:00am to 15:00 pm

The meeting will be held at King’s College London in room G8 of the Waterloo Bridge Wing on the Waterloo campus. The campus map can be accessed here. The nearest tube is Waterloo station.

Event Breakdown

Programme

Programme

 

10:30 Registration and refreshments
10:55 Welcome and introduction

Dr Victoria Korzeniowska, Director of Curriculum, Quality and Employability Services, King’s College London, QSN Deputy Chair 

11:00 11:00 – 11:30

‘Effectively Cleaning our Data and Closing the Feedback Loop’

Sarah Williamson, (Assistant Director of the Centre for Academic Practice) and Andria Iacovou (Technology Enhanced Learning Support Officer), University of Loughborough

At Loughborough we use a network of Feedback Administrators across the University who review, import and validate our data for Module Feedback, using the system’s Data Integrity Gateway (DIG).  We will discuss why the DIG is needed at Loughborough, how we got everyone on board and share the successes and lessons learnt from the first year of implementation.  We will also discuss how we have developed and implemented a ‘Closing the Feedback Loop’ process, requiring our Module Leaders to respond to students letting them know what actions they may take as a result of the feedback.

11:30 – 12:00

‘Closing the loop; student feedback as part of the module review process’

Roni Roberts, Head of Teaching Quality Assurance and Enhancement, University of Exeter

We are moving towards a more holistic approach to reviewing our modules and programmes. In doing this we are trialling software to help us understand, in real time, where students are struggling and where things are going well. This data will be useful in supporting the review of our programmes and modules. We are building continuous feedback mechanism that more closely links the student feedback with the academics teaching the modules. Our aim is to develop a deeper engagement with our students and provide a closer connection with students as part of our quality review framework in order to grow the sense of student voice and community.

12:00 – 12:30

‘Looking at the Blackboard Enterprise Survey Tool’

Lee Jones, (Associate Director Collaborative Provision), Leeds Beckett University

At Leeds Beckett University we are re-focusing the concept of module evaluation around the ‘conversation’ with students, maintaining our current emphasis on the mid-module process and allowing courses/subjects and schools to facilitate a process that works for them. We are exploring how the functionality of the Blackboard Enterprise Survey tool may complement Academic School approaches to module Evaluation during 2019/20.

This presentation will be delivered by Skype for Business

12:30 – 13:00

‘Student Evaluation of Teaching: our brave new world’

Sarah Levison, Educational Governance Team Manager, Newcastle University

Newcastle will, in 2019/20, implement a number of changes to student evaluations of teaching, which includes the removal of end of module evaluations. Sarah’s presentation will remind colleagues of why Newcastle has taken this decision and will cover the types of evaluations that they will be running instead.

13:00 Lunch
13:30 – 14:30 Round table discussions of topics suggested by SIG members
14:30 – 14:45 Feedback of key points from table discussions
14:45 – 15:00 Identification of the focus for the SIG meetings at the QSN Annual Conference
15:00 Close

Event Details

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Event Begins:
Friday 19th Jul 2019

Event Ends:
Friday 19th Jul 2019

Event Venue

King's College London
Room G/8
Waterloo Bridge Wing, Waterloo Road, SE1 9NH



+44 (0)20 7836 5454

Franklin-Wilkins Building (Waterloo Bridge Wing), Waterloo Road, SE1 9NH

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