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    • Student-centred curriculum design      Process  Framework     Once  a  course  has  been  approved,  a   course  committee  is  formally  established   and  a  Course  Director  is  appointed.    The   Course  Director  works  with  the  course   committee  and  those  designated  as   Module  Co-­ordinators  to  encourage  the   effective  management  of  the  course.         Click  here  for  further  details  about  the   Course  and  Subject  Management  process.   Outputs   Audience        Reference  Information       Staff  handbooks  and   Academic  staff,     Academic  Office  information,  documents   staff  training.   course  directors  and   and  forms  including:   external  examiners.   o   Programme  Approval  Management   Seminar  and   Academic  staff.   and  Review  Handbook   discussion  fora   o   Partnership  Handbook     programme,   o   Assessment  Handbook     Curriculum  Design   comprising  invited   o   External  Examiners’  Handbook     Course  &  Subject   speakers  both     Quality  Management  and  Audit  Unit   Management  Process   external  and  internal   information   to  the  University.     Staff  Development  Unit  information   CETL  Reward  and   Academic  staff.     Centre  for  Higher  Education  Practice   Recognition  scheme.   information   Peer  observation   Academic  staff.     Access  and  Distributed  Learning   schemes.   (Lifelong  Learning,  CETL  and   National  Teaching   Academic  staff.   Viewpoints)   Fellowship  scheme.        Process  Support   University  Handbook,   Academic  staff  and     charters,  course   students.     Academic  Office  has  an  advisory  and   handbook  and   developmental  role  in  relation  to  all   module  handouts.   aspects  of  academic  policy,  procedures   Work  experience   Academic  staff  and   and  regulations  for  taught  award-­bearing   guidance  (academic   students.   provision.   staff,  students  and     Quality  Management  and  Audit  unit   employers).   has  responsibility  for:   Library  Supporting   Academic  staff  and   o   Reviewing  the  quality  of  taught   Teaching  and   students.   provision  by  external  agencies;;     Research.   o   Internal  subject  and  collaborative   Course  Approval   Faculty,  Faculty   provision  annual  monitoring;;     form:  CA3.   Teaching  and   o   Internal  themed/process  audit;;     Learning   o   Module  monitoring;;     Committee,   o   Institutional  audit;;     Academic  Office,   o   Academic  Governance  (including   CASC,  Physical   servicing  of  Senate);;     Resources,   o   Student  feedback  surveys;;   Information   Staff/Student  Consultative   Services,  the   Committees,  Student  Charters  and   Module  Office  and   student  complaints  etc.   Student  Marketing.     Staff  Development  Unit  is  responsible   for  supporting  all  staff  and  provides:     Course  committee   Heads  of  school  and   o   Academic  Induction,  pedagogic   minutes.   academic  staff.   workshops,  stand-­alone  modules   Staff/Student   Course  directors,   which  contribute  towards  a   Consultative   course  committees   Postgraduate  Certificate  in  Higher   Committee.   and  students.   Education  Practice  qualification,   ! course  director  training  and  external   examiner  training  etc.     Centre  for  Higher  Education  Practice   is  responsible  for  implementing  aspects   of  the  Teaching  and  Learning  Strategy   (2008/09-­2012/13)  in  collaboration  with   existing  departments.    It  seeks  to   provide  opportunities  for  enhanced   pedagogic  practice.     Other  central  departments  which  may   contribute  include:  Access  and   Distributed  Learning,  Library,  Career   Development  Centre,  Student  Support   etc.  Dr.  Alan  Masson   Viewpoints Project Access  and  Distributed  LearningViewpoints  Director   University  of  Ulsteraj.masson@ulster.ac.uk http://viewpoints.ulster.ac.uk/ Jordanstown  Campus