Attempts to prevent creation of a credit transfer system leave learners interests forgotten at the expense of institutional autonomy, argues Mark Atlay.
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Wayne Turnbull is Head of Academic Policy at Liverpool John Moores University. He is a Director of the Northern Universities Consortium (NUCCAT) a forum for higher education practitioners with an interest in the design, implementation and regulation of credit-based curriculum and its implications for the student experience and progression. He is Co-chair of the UK Credit Forum, monitoringdevelopments in the higher education sector pertaining to the awarding of credit, credit transfer, the operation of modular frameworks and their underpinning regulation.
Mark Leach writes briefly on the sad news of the death of HE sector stalwart, David Watson.
In the second of a series of events hosted jointly by Wonkhe and UPP Foundation, an expert panel considered the knotty retention in higher education on 23 March at King’s College London. The panel, chaired by UPP Foundation’s Richard Brabner, was: Alex Proudfoot, Chief Executive at Independent HE Ross Renton, Pro-Vice Chancellor Students at the… read more