As part of the Curriculum Transformation initiative, course teams across all departments are engaged in key phases of review and design activity as they work towards making their newly refreshed course visions a reality.
The Curriculum Transformation Resource Hub pages provide a range of helpful advice and guidance from various Professional Services across the University, including:
- How your Faculty Careers Advisor can support you;
- The Top Ten ways to make the most of Library support for you and your students;
- Advice from Student Services about how you can support the needs of all learners, including those with specific requirements;
- Or, if you have questions about how your course design might affect entry requirements, or impact on immigration and Tier 4 visa requirements, then head to the Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach and Student Immigration Service pages to find out further information.
The value of Professional Service advice has already been recognised by staff participating in the Course Review and Design Workshops that have taken place across each of the Faculties and the School:
"It was hugely valuable to have Professional Services staff in the room too, as this ensured that our perspectives were challenged by those external to the department, adding to the richness and productivity of our discussions. (Undergraduate Course Development Team Lead, Faculty of Science)."
We encourage you to view the range of expert support and guidance available within the Hub, and hope it provides a useful resource to you when engaging in the curriculum redesign process.
You can find full information about course design considerations from our Phase 2 and 3 Resource Hub page.