|In this webinar we will reflect on the outcomes of the November 2021 TEF consultation and the implications for universities of the lengthy delay between iterations of the framework.
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This webinar is kindly sponsored by Explorance.
|14:55||Login and virtual refreshments|
|15:00||Welcome – Dr Victoria Korzeniowska , Chair QSN
Welcome – Explorance
Ian Nickson, Regional Sales Director
Introduction to the webinar – Maureen McLaughlin, QSN Executive member
|15:05||Getting TEF-ready: Practical Considerations and Pitfalls
This session considers the steps that can be taken to achieve a successful outcome in the next TEF exercise, including those tricky new elements that need to be navigated. By offering a case study from the University of Warwick, the session will leave you with food for thought about your own approach through the rest of 2022.
Dan Derricott, Director of Education Policy and Quality, University of Warwick
|15:35||TEF: A Scottish Perspective
Dr Julie Blackwell Young, Head of Teaching Quality and Learning Enhancement, Abertay University.
In 2017, Abertay University was one of only five Scottish institutions to enter into TEF achieving a Silver award. This talk will discuss the reasons why Abertay decided to put itself into the TEF ring and then go on to discuss the direction of travel in terms of the Scottish sector and TEF in 2022.
|16:05||Only connect: where TEF and regulatory landscape harmonise/collide
A sector perspective looking at how TEF does and doesn’t interweave with the wider OfS regulatory approach
Dr Kate Wicklow, Policy Manager GuildHE
|16:35||Q&A and general discussion|
|16:50||Close – Dr Victoria Korzeniowska, QSN Chair|
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