Informatics Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance is concerned with reporting, monitoring, record-keeping, and decision-making, rather than the actual content (curriculum) of our teaching, or the actual teaching methods employed. It is intended to ensure that our undergraduate and postgraduate teaching has an appropriate framework within which all policy, administrative and procedural issues are attended to.
|Quality Model||A description of the School's course and programme QA processes.|
|Accreditation||Informatics course and programme accreditation information.
|Teaching Review||Last reviewed in 2008/09, relevant TPR documentation and reports.
|Postgraduate Review||Last reviewed in 2007/08, relevant PPR documentation and reports.|
|Academic Services Quality Unit||Admin team supporting the subject review and student experience agenda.|
|Local School Documentation||Internal documentation to support Quality Assurance processes.|
|Enhancement-Led Institutional Review (ELIR)||A 2011 University-wide evaluation of academic standards and quality.|
|QAA Scotland||National HE information, including subject area benchmarking.
|University Learning and Teaching Enhancement Strategy||The Senatus review and development of University academic policies.
All QA related comments and questions can be sent to the School QA Officer.