Rethinking curriculum design: building opportunities for credit transfer/RPL and inclusivityFriends House, London NW1 2BJ
The most recent SEEC Seminar featured a presentation from Alison Felce of QAA and case studies on best practice from the Universities of Brighton, Chester, Strathclyde, and the OU. A summary is available in the members’ area.
Credit transfer and social mobilityFriends House, London NW1 2BJ
SEEC’s most recent Seminar focussed on the role of credit and lifelong or work-based learning in increasing student and social mobility. The event also featured a workshop session led by the OfS on the regulatory framework, giving delegates a valuable opportunity to contribute to developing policy on the student transfer condition.
Curriculum development and the role of creditFriends House, London NW1 2BJ
This Seminar had a focus on credit and RPL in the development of curricula, with a keynote from Prof Peter Taylor (OU) followed by presentations on RPL, credit for MOOCS, and developing curricula for foundation degrees.
Academic credit and its use at HE level – an introductionFriends House, London NW1 2BJ
This SEEC-run workshop was designed for academic or administrative staff working in HE, FE or private providers who are new or relatively new to academic credit, credit frameworks and their uses. The half-day session covered terminology, use of the credit level descriptors and case studies on best practice.
Learning without boundariesFriends House, London NW1 2BJ
This full-day event focussed on recognising credit and prior learning in widening access and social mobility, with a keynote presentation by Prof Tim Blackman (VC, Middlesex University). Other speakers were from HE, FE, and alternative providers including FutureLearn and Kiron who are using digital platforms to provide access to HE for refugees.
Credit re-invented: policy and practiceWoburn House Conference Centre, London WC1H 9HQ
SEEC’s 2016 Seminar focussed on current policy developments and best practice in the use of credit across the sector. Featuring presentations from Wonkhe and UVAC as well as case studies from the universities of Hertfordshire, Middlesex and West London, the day provided new insights for both practitioners and policy professionals.