Working with EWO partners is a challenging role, which can involve wider issues and challenges than can be addressed solely by reading about policies and procedures.
What staff need(s) will the workshop meet?
- I have taken on the role of department contact for an EWO programme and want to make a success in the role.
- Our EWO partners seem to have so many questions, that I am finding it hard to cope! What AM I responsible for in this role? And who can help and advise me in the role?
- Despite experience working with EWO partners I’d like support with new challenges we face.
Through this you will...
be provided with an overview of the types of partnership arrangements that UN offers, and the partnership approval process from consultation to validation and operation and exit. A particular focus will be on the academic responsibilities for module and programme leaders and link tutors, who the key services and stakeholders are who can support you, and their areas of responsibility. Key workshop activities will involve collaborative exploration of common issues faced in working with EWOs including grade disagreement and plagiarism as starting points. There will be the opportunity to discuss the challenges you face and devise practical strategies you can adopt within your role.
Who would benefit from this workshop
Staff whose role involves working with staff in EWO partnerships.
To register, please visit U4BW (using Citrix if necessary). You will receive an Outlook calendar invitation within 48 business hours of registration.
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This workshop is designed to help you in your support for colleagues within EWO partners to ensure an effective learning environment for the students within UN EWO partners, and to promote a quality student learning experience.
The particular issues addressed within the workshop will reflect the particular needs and interests highlighted by participants. Inevitably these will include an exploration of issues related to the implementation of UN Quality Assurance and/or Quality Enhancement processes.
This role involves understanding of the needs and ways of working within learning communities which differ from our own.
This workshop aims to help UN teaching and learning support staff to promote effective learning and teaching beyond the immediate context of UN, by working effectively with staff in their EWO partners.
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