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The Enhancement Themes are a programme of activity involving the whole higher education sector in Scotland. Staff and students collaborate on one or more topics to improve strategy, policy and practice.

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Enhancing Programme Leadership - update on Collaborative Cluster work

Date: April 2 - 2019

As part of the current Enhancement Theme, we are supporting six Collaborative Clusters, each looking at a different aspect of using evidence to enhance the student experience.

Booking for the final session of the Programme Leadership Collaborative Cluster is now open. The event will be hosted by Abertay University on 15th May. The keynote workshop will be provided by Dr Phil Wood, Reader in Education at Bishop Grosseteste University. Phil will be sharing insights from some of his recent research into workload and time, and will apply this to the complexity of the programme leadership role.

You can book a place here.

This Cluster has already produced a number of resources, including thinkpieces on:

- Student Surveys and Processes to Enhancement

- Programme Leaders as Invisible Superheroes of Learning and Teaching

- Exploring the Data Landscape from Programme Leaders’ Perspective.

Latest events

Views from the kitchen table: sharing practice in supporting students

October 21 - 2020


Building Resilient Learning Communities: Using Evidence to Support Student Success

November 3 to November 5 - 2020



Theme evaluation and impact

Find out more on our activity to evaluate the impact of the Enhancement Theme.

Scottish Higher Education Student Transitions Map

Browse a large collection of resources, relating to the way students enter, move through, and leave university.

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