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 ACADEMIC HEALTH

 

Academic Health

Academic Health is the process for annual monitoring and evaluation of the University's taught provision. It involves scrutiny at module, course, and school level and culminates in an institutional judgement about the academic health of taught provision at the University.

 

 Process for 2017-18 Reporting Cycle

 

Academic Health action plans are produced annually for modules, courses and schools.  

School action plans are considered at the annual Academic Health Meeting, which will be held this year on Thursday 6th December 2018

Timeline for UG Academic Health cycle is available here.   

Timeline for PGT Academic Health cycle is available  here.                                                                                  

  

 

 

 Information

 
  • Academic Health Reports
    Standard templates for module, course and school  reporting are available in the Report Templates list to the right of this page 
     
  • Academic Health Data
    20 August 2018 - publication of the UG institutional dataset for 2017-18, available on Qlikview here.
    15 October 2018 - publication of the updated UG student success and experience dashboard to include student success data from the September exam boards
    14 January 2019  - publication of the PGT/PGCE student success and experience dashboard
  • 28 January 2019 - publication of non-continuation data 2017/18                                                                         
     
  • Please note access to Qlikview is granted by Service Desk - please email them directly to request permission.
  • Annual Theme 
    The theme for 2016/17 and 2017/18 is 'Inclusive Practice and Assessment' - see good practice link
  • Academic Health Panel
  • Priority areas for actions in 2018 UG School Academic Health available here                             
  • Training   
    Business Intelligence and Academic Services run campus briefing sessions on how to access the institutional data set via the Qlikview dashboard in September for undergraduate. For PGT/PGCE Qlikview dashboard training, please contact academichealth@brighton.ac.uk 
  • Contact   
    Requests for further information, comments and  feedback should be sent to Lucy Merritt,
    Quality and Standards Manager (Engagement and Information), Academic Services.
  • On-line School Action Plans
    Link to on-line School Action Plans 
 
 

 

 

 Templates and Guidance

 
Guidance
Report Templates
Links
Good Practice
 

 Academic Health Reports and Data Sets

 
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