Following on from previous posts relating to the development of the Birmingham City University (BCU) ‘Rough Guide to Curriculum Design’, we’ve now shared a first draft of the document both internally for review by local experts/stakeholders, and externally for review by colleagues at other institutions.
Sonia Hendy-Isaac (Senior Lecturer at BCU in Curriculum Design for Employer Engagement) from the project team presented at the ALT-C Conference on September 11th 2012, and showcased the draft document with the JISC and colleagues from other projects to the wider sector for the first time.
After the session, Sonia commented:
“There was some really good interest – it was well received by the group”.
Professor Paul Bartholomew (T-SPARC Project Manager) spoke about the emergence of the Rough Guide:
“It has been designed in response to curriculum design support needs that have emerged as a consequence of the pilots undertaken during the T-SPARC project at Birmingham City University.
Once the final content has been established the guide will be offered to staff in both a document and multimedia format (with supplementary video elements) and embedded directly into the new SharePoint based Design and Approval of Programmes System (DAPS).”
It is envisaged that after the second phase of pilots using the technology supported processes for programme design and approval are completed by summer 2013, the Rough Guide will form an integral part of the new process and systems.
For more information, or to download a review copy of the Rough Guide, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org