Curriculum Enhancement Project consultation open throughout June
The consultation with schools, faculties and other teaching units on harnessing the full potential of elective provision within the Leeds undergraduate curriculum has one more week to run.
A paper was circulated in April to Pro Deans, Heads of School, Directors of Learning and Teaching and other leaders of teaching units for wider dissemination. This incorporated a series of questions which have been developed to stimulate staff feedback and ideas regarding the planned enhancement of the University's approach to electives and curriculum broadening.
Responses to the paper will be discussed at June faculty Learning and Teaching committees and fed back to the Project Board as the first step in the consultation process. Further feedback will be sought from academic and teaching units during 2011/12.
Further information about the Curriculum Enhancement Project is available at the Project websitePosted in: Student education