Learning and teaching

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All staff briefing – rising to the challenges

I have now completed the last of my all staff briefings across the University and, as promised, am publishing a short overview here for staff who couldn’t attend.

Getting ready for the QAA review

Most of you will already know that UAL is due to be audited by the Quality Assurance Agency in December and January. A QAA review is the higher education equivalent of a visit from OFSTED. The QAA team will want … Continue reading

Tackling HE’s “dirty secret”

Dean of Students Mark Crawley describes the attainment gap between white and black students in UK universities as “higher education’s dirty secret”. In 2011, 77% of white UK undergraduate students at UAL achieved a first or a 2.1, compared to … Continue reading

Digital technologies for learning and teaching

One of UAL’s areas of strength is the fantastic uses students and staff are making of digital technologies to support learning and teaching and professional practice. You can see some of our best examples can be viewed on the Process … Continue reading