The HEA Research and Policy Seminar/Webinar series continues on Tuesday 10 December with a discussion of, Curriculum reform initiatives in higher education, a new report by Dr Ann Pegg from The Open University.
Dr Pegg will discuss the report’s findings and the different approaches to curriculum reform taken by the case study institutions and the wider group of universities who contributed to the study.
This free event can be attended in person at our York offices or online via Blackboard Collaborate. For those attending in person, the seminar will begin at 12:45 with a buffet lunch from 12:00. Please book your place in advance. Further details about the event are available on the website.
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