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  • New competitors entered the market 1985Life Insurance in the Information Age, AustanGoolsbee, Chicago GSB
  • Chapter 2 – Informed Students Driving Teaching ExcellenceCreates KISBeefed up information dissemination through, for example, unistatsNSS for PG?Provide students with better information, they then make rational decisions driving up T quality.
  • Consultation on PGT likely AY 2012-13
  • Closed courses, e.g. ODP
  • Worth explaining that this should be fairly easy to capture and that the Accommodation information is captured at an institutional level whereas the Tuition Fees information contains a mix of information at the institutional and course level. Undergraduate Finance will need to include any departmental scholarships.
  • For each KIS Course we need the data for each module that can be taken that year. So we need to know how many credits the module is, how many students take it.
  • Fairly obvious why 17.3% and 82.7%. The 48.3% is calculated as follows.
  • Firstly we re-order the modules by the number of students taking each module.
  • Then we only count the modules that add up to the first 120 credits.
  • Kis aua

    1. 1. The Implications of Well Informed Students The Key Information Sets David Bradley & Brendan Fawcett Planning Officewww.le.ac.uk
    2. 2. Government transparency agendawww.le.ac.uk
    3. 3. www.le.ac.uk
    4. 4. Insurance • Door to door sales • Local offices • 1985 direct line launched • Price of term-life insurance policies fell by 20% between 1993-1997 THEN WHAT NEXT?www.le.ac.uk
    5. 5. White paper CHAPTER 2 WELL INFORMED STUDENTS DRIVING TEACHING EXCELLENCE “We will radically improve and expand the information available to prospective students, making available much more information about individual courses...”www.le.ac.uk
    6. 6. Some questions? • Will demand drive quality? – Can it, given the other controls that have been put in place? – Only AAB+ is actually a free market! • Do prospective students make logical and rational choices or are the choices emotive? • Is the information that will be provided enough to enable this rational decision making?www.le.ac.uk
    7. 7. Student Information What’s happening? • Key Information Set (KIS) 2012-13 based on what prospective students say they want to know • New official web-site to replace Unistats Public information steering group considering: • Identifying the information needs of PGT students and development of PGT NSS and PGT KIS • Other areas highlighted by the White Paperwww.le.ac.uk
    8. 8. The wider information set Public (institution) Public (course level) Internal (available Internal only (for externally on request) students and staff) • Programme approval, • Results of internal • Mission Statement • Prospectuses, course monitoring and surveys • Corporate Plan guides, module review procedures • QA statements, descriptors and outcomes policies and • Programme specs • External examination processes • Employer links procedures • Learning & Teaching • Partnership links • Policies for student statements complaints, appeals • Information about and representations partnerships • Employability statementswww.le.ac.uk
    9. 9. Key Information Sets (KIS)www.le.ac.uk
    10. 10. KIS Produced For… • All full- and part-time courses at undergraduate level, including foundation degrees. • Exceptions: – Short courses (one year full-time equivalent or less) – Postgraduate courses – Courses delivered wholly overseas – Closed courses – Intercalated degrees – Part-time courses that are also offered on a full-time basis and a KIS is produced for the full-time course.www.le.ac.uk
    11. 11. What will the KIS include? • Levels of Student Satisfaction • Graduate Outcomes • Learning and Teaching Activities • Assessment Methods • Tuition Fees and Student Finance • Accommodation • Professional Accreditationwww.le.ac.uk
    12. 12. What will the KIS look like Accessible via a Widget from our web-sitewww.le.ac.uk
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    15. 15. The KIS website • A new website from HEFCE • Will replace Unistats • Clicking on the widget will take you through to the KIS for that particular coursewww.le.ac.uk
    16. 16. Information from existing sources This data will be collected from the National Student Survey (NSS). This data will be collected from the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education Survey (DHLE).www.le.ac.uk
    17. 17. Information from new sources This data will be collected from a new question on the National Study Survey (NSS)www.le.ac.uk
    18. 18. Information to provide We will need to provide this data Undergraduate Finance Accommodation Office Student Abode (Welfare)www.le.ac.uk
    19. 19. Learning & Assessment Data We will need to provide some calculated fields where the data is built up from the module level. Note: on each section of the KIS there is a link which leads to a specific page (in this case containing further information on Learning and Assessment for the course).www.le.ac.uk
    20. 20. Timeline 30 Sept ‘11 Technical guidance published by HESA/HEFCE (updated in Dec’11 & Mar’12) Departments will be sent a sheet for each course detailing the data we hold for the ‘Learning and Assessment’ section of the KIS. Departments will be Feb/March ‘12 asked to check this data and flag any new courses and if any course holds external accreditation. Once checked we start the submission process. July ‘12 NSS and DLHE 2012 data added by HEFCE to KIS submissions. Aug ‘12 Final deadline for submission of KIS data and sign off by head of institution. -Institutions preview new official web-site with KIS and associated widgets. -New KIS web-site goes live; Unistats web-site closes. Sept ‘12 -KIS widgets to be embedded and visible on all institutional web-sites. -UCAS to include KIS data into course search web-site.www.le.ac.uk
    21. 21. KIS Technical Specification • Defines the XML file that we will need to provide. • Provides guidelines for users. • Explains the sources of information and how to carry out calculations. • Provides appropriate interpretations and disclaimers, and any other relevant information. • Still lots of questions. We are hopeful updates to the technical guidance will address these. • There will be a KIS module within SITS and we may need to restructure data to fit the module.www.le.ac.uk
    22. 22. The Learning & Assessment Values – These are calculated from the following module information: • Credits • Total Module Hours (?) • No. of Students • Lectures • Seminars • Coursework • Classes • Examination • Tutorials • Practical Examination (Needed for Assessment Methods) • Field Work • Other Study • Private Study (Needed for Learning Methods)www.le.ac.uk
    23. 23. A worked example – Criminology Yr1 Private Study No. Students Examination Other Study Total Hours Coursework Field Work Prac Exam Seminars Tutorials Lectures Credits Classes Code Module Title Theories of Crime and CR1001 20 83 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 50 50 0 Criminality CR1002 Crime in Focus 20 83 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 50 50 0 Introduction to Criminal CR1004 20 83 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 50 50 0 Justice Social Change, Identity and SY1001 20 83 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 50 50 0 Behaviour SY1002 Society in Transformation 20 83 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 40 60 0 SY1013 Research Methods 1 20 83 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 50 50 0www.le.ac.uk
    24. 24. A worked example – Criminology Yr1 No. Students Independent Examination Total Hours Coursework Prac Exam teaching & Scheduled learning Credits Guided Study Code Module Title Theories of Crime and CR1001 20 83 26 124 150 50 50 0 Criminality CR1002 Crime in Focus 20 83 26 124 150 50 50 0 Introduction to Criminal CR1004 20 83 26 124 150 50 50 0 Justice Social Change, Identity and SY1001 20 83 26 124 150 50 50 0 Behaviour SY1002 Society in Transformation 20 83 26 124 150 40 60 0 SY1013 Research Methods 1 20 83 26 124 150 50 50 0www.le.ac.uk
    25. 25. A worked example – Criminology Yr1 No. Students Independent Examination Total Hours Coursework Prac Exam teaching & Scheduled learning Credits Guided Study Code Module Title Theories of Crime and CR1001 20 83 17.3% 82.7% 150 50 50 0 Criminality CR1002 Crime in Focus 20 83 17.3% 82.7% 150 50 50 0 Introduction to Criminal CR1004 20 83 17.3% 82.7% 150 50 50 0 Justice Social Change, Identity and SY1001 20 83 17.3% 82.7% 150 50 50 0 Behaviour SY1002 Society in Transformation 20 83 17.3% 82.7% 150 40 60 0 SY1013 Research Methods 1 20 83 17.3% 82.7% 150 50 50 0www.le.ac.uk
    26. 26. A worked example – Criminology Yr1 No. Students Independent Examination Total Hours Coursework Prac Exam teaching & Scheduled learning Credits Guided Study Code Module Title Theories of Crime and CR1001 20 83 (20x50) 17.3% 82.7% 150 50 50 0 Criminality CR1002 Crime in Focus 20 83 (20x50) + 17.3% 82.7% 150 50 50 0 Introduction to Criminal Then divide by 150 50 50 CR1004 20 83 (20x50) + 17.3% 82.7% 0 Justice total of 120 credits Social Change, Identity and SY1001 20 83 (20x50) + 17.3% 82.7% 150 50 50 0 Behaviour 5,800 /120 = 48.3 SY1002 Society in Transformation 20 83 (20x40) + 17.3% 82.7% 150 40 60 0 SY1013 Research Methods 1 20 83 (20x50) + 17.3% 82.7% 150 50 50 0 TOTAL 120 = 5,800 17.3% 82.7% 48.3 51.7www.le.ac.uk
    27. 27. Slightly more complex – Criminology Yr3 Private Study No. Students Examination Other Study Total Hours Coursework Field Work Seminars Practical Tutorials Lectures Credits Classes Code Module Title CR3001 Clinical Criminology 20 70 18 9 0 0 0 0 123 150 100 0 0 CR3003 Crime, Law and Justice 20 13 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 100 0 0 Crime, Technology and CR3004 20 15 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 100 0 0 Social Control CR3008 Dissertation 40 70 0 0 0 4 0 0 300 300 100 0 0 CR3010 Hate Crime 20 43 20 10 0 0 0 0 120 150 100 0 0 CR3011 Cultures of Crime 20 15 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 100 0 0 CR3012 Terrorism 20 19 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 100 0 0 Forensic Science and CR3013 20 48 18 9 0 0 0 0 123 150 100 0 0 Criminal Justice SY3057 Football and Society 20 22 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 40 60 0www.le.ac.uk
    28. 28. Order by no. of students – Criminology Yr3 Private Study No. Students Examination Other Study Total Hours Coursework Field Work Seminars Practical Tutorials Lectures Credits Classes Code Module Title CR3001 Clinical Criminology 20 70 18 9 0 0 0 0 123 150 100 0 0 CR3008 Dissertation 40 70 0 0 0 4 0 0 300 300 100 0 0 Forensic Science and CR3013 20 48 18 9 0 0 0 0 123 150 100 0 0 Criminal Justice CR3010 Hate Crime 20 43 20 10 0 0 0 0 120 150 100 0 0 SY3057 Football and Society 20 22 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 40 60 0 CR3012 Terrorism 20 19 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 100 0 0 Crime, Technology and CR3004 20 15 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 100 0 0 Social Control CR3011 Cultures of Crime 20 15 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 100 0 0 CR3003 Crime, Law and Justice 20 13 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 100 0 0www.le.ac.uk
    29. 29. Limit to 120 credits – Criminology Yr3 Private Study No. Students Examination Other Study Total Hours Coursework Field Work Seminars Practical Tutorials Lectures Credits Classes Code Module Title CR3001 Clinical Criminology 20 70 18 9 0 0 0 0 123 150 100 0 0 CR3008 Dissertation 40 70 0 0 0 4 0 0 300 300 100 0 0 Forensic Science and CR3013 20 48 18 9 0 0 0 0 123 150 100 0 0 Criminal Justice CR3010 Hate Crime 20 43 20 10 0 0 0 0 120 150 100 0 0 SY3057 Football and Society 20 22 18 8 0 0 0 0 124 150 40 60 0 Total 120www.le.ac.uk
    30. 30. Calculate as before – Criminology Yr3 No. Students Independent Examination Total Hours Coursework Prac Exam teaching & Scheduled learning Credits Guided Study Code Module Title CR3001 Clinical Criminology 20 70 18.0% 82.0% 150 100 0 0 CR3008 Dissertation 40 70 1.3% 98.7% 300 100 0 0 Forensic Science and CR3013 20 48 18.0% 82.0% 150 100 0 0 Criminal Justice CR3010 Hate Crime 20 43 20.0% 80.0% 150 100 0 0 SY3057 Football and Society 20 22 17.3% 82.7% 150 40 60 0 TOTAL 120 12.7% 87.3% 90.0 10.0www.le.ac.uk
    31. 31. KISTYPEs flow diagram • Most courses follow the Criminology example. • Smaller courses covering more than one subject may display KIS information differently. • There are three different types of KIS and each course can only have one KISTYPE. • The KISTYPE determines what will be displayed.www.le.ac.uk
    32. 32. KISTYPE 1 – Full Course Level • One KIS presented • All single subject courses (those with only one JACS code recorded for the course on the HESA Student Record) regardless of intake size – E.g. BA Criminology (M930) • All multiple subject courses (those with more than one JACS code recorded for the course on the HESA Student Record) where the intake size is greater than 20* students – E.g. BSc Psychology with Sociology (C8L3)www.le.ac.uk
    33. 33. KISTYPE 2 - Multiple subject course placeholder KIS • ‘Placeholders for multiple-subject courses for which a KISTYPE 1 record is not required i.e. the intake size is less than 20 students. • The placeholders include links to the relevant UCAS course codes and to related KISTYPE 1 or KISTYPE 3 KIS records. • E.g. Mathematics with Management (G100 & N200) • Intake size = 11 • 2 KIS presented: – Full Course Level KIS for Mathematics – Full Course Level KIS for Managementwww.le.ac.uk
    34. 34. KISTYPE 3 - Subject level KIS • KISTYPE 3 records provide information about a subject that forms part of a multiple subject course for which no KISTYPE 1 can be produced. • E.g. BA Modern Languages with Film Studies (R8P3) – Intake = Less than 20 • Though a KISTYPE1 does exist for Modern Languages no KISTYPE 1 exists for Film Studies therefore a KISTYPE 3 is required. • 2 KIS presented: – Subject level KIS for European Languages and Area Studies – Subject level KIS for Media Studieswww.le.ac.uk
    35. 35. What next • More information available at: bit.ly/uolkis • Contact details: – David Bradley db280@le.ac.uk – Brendan Fawcett bjf10@le.ac.uk • Any questions?www.le.ac.uk
    36. 36. Some questions? • Will our courses appear competitive? • Will demand drive quality? – Can it, given the other controls that have been put in place? – Only AAB+ is actually a free market! • Do prospective students make logical and rational choices or are the choices emotive? • Is the information that will be provided enough to enable this rational decision making?www.le.ac.uk
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