Educational Enhancement and Assurance Reviews (EEARs) are the University of Nottingham’s approach to ensuring we maintain high quality, competitive, and well managed academic programmes. Reviews are constructive and holistic exercises, covering quality assurance and quality enhancement, particularly in respect of the University's Transforming Teaching Programme. They operate according to a published schedule.
The purposes of programme review as stated by the Quality Assurance Agency are the following:
EEARs assess core teaching and learning activities in their institutional context, meaning they consider the communication, coordination, and management practices within the School. The review encompasses elements of the previous system of Teaching and Learning Reviews and must ensure that:
Panels will include at least one member who is appropriately qualified and external to the University to ensure there is an independent and objective view, and there will also be student representation. Panels will be provided with an information pack which contains sufficient qualitative and quantitative information to aid them in their work.
Georgia ThreshQuality Assurance Manager A5, Trent Building, University ParkTel: 0115 74 84621
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