CALLING UNDERGRADUATE COURSE LEADERS – Invitation to participate in a national research project

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The role of the course leader

Elizabeth Staddon of the Teaching and Learning Exchange is currently engaged in a cross-institutional study focussing on the role of the course leader.

Recognising the significance of this role to institutions and their students, the research team will be exploring and making recommendations about how the course leader role is allocated and defined by universities, the range of activities course leaders do and should undertake, and associated professional development needs and support.

Call for participants

We are looking for participants who lead undergraduate degree programmes at UAL to take part in one or more of the following:

  • Focus group interviews with other course leaders at UAL
  • Periodic short online surveys to capture your role-related activities and any developmental needs as experienced, and/or
  • (Brief) one-to-one telephone interviews

Update 25/9/18:

Thank you to everyone who has applied to take part so far, it is very much appreciated.

Please do continue to get in touch if you would like to get involved: we are particularly interested in hearing from new or recently appointed Course Leaders.

Get involved!

Please contact Annika Coughlin at UCL, Institute of Education, London:  if you are interested in taking part in any aspect of this study.

You will have an opportunity to ask questions about the research, confidentiality, anonymity and your right to withdraw from the study.

Thank you in advance for your contributions, and do stay tuned: we will of course share the results of this research with all of you in due course.

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