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  • 1. UG-Flex Project Steering Group Meeting 11/10/10 Accompanying Paper ii UG-FLEX PROJECT SCOPE 2010 – 2012 ENHANCE INFORM INFLUENCE · Systems and processes that · Catalyst for greater curriculum · Stakeholders engaged and support all learners flexibility consulted · Curriculum design tools for · Complementary University · Good practice shared staff initiatives supported An outcome where the experience of students on flexible programmes is improved. For the period 2010 – 2012 the UG-Flex Project will: · Scrutinise and enhance current practice in order to deliver more effective systems and processes to manage and communicate information on programmes and courses that sit outside of a ‘standard’ September-June, Monday-Friday, 9am-9pm pattern of delivery. · Inform, develop and share practice on curriculum design tools and techniques. · Seek to influence discussion and serve as a catalyst for an agreed policy on flexibility in the curriculum and how it will be delivered and resourced, including through new and emerging complementary University initiatives. These related activities constitute a tighter focus to the project’s initial six areas of investigation into enabling more agile and diverse curriculum design: speed of study; non-standard start and finish dates; course level admissions; validation & review; self-service interface; library of academic models. UG-Flex’s priorities can now be expressed in a single aim to identify enhancements to systems and practice that will deliver a high quality learning experience for students following flexible programmes of study. Email: ugflex@gre.ac.uk Website: www.gre.ac.uk/ils/ugflex Blog: www.ugflex.blogspot.com

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