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Channels - May 2007

Community of Practice: Infrastructure

Title: IS1: HE in FE Experiential Standards

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This project aims to research the elements of the HE student experience in an FE context and to
match standards of provision with alternative approaches to facilities or service delivery that is
appropriate to the context e.g. the scale of HE provision in a college or site.

The main output of this project will be a matrix of minimum standards, correlating to student
numbers and subjects offered. This matrix will be useful as a planning tool to both University of
Plymouth Partner Colleges [UPC] for current development and planned expansion, as well as other
institutions delivering HE in FE. The model matrix will be tested and evaluated within UPC and in
collaboration with other HE in FE consortia.

This project will also inform part of the HELP CETL capital funding, Grants for Student Facilities /
Student Facing Service Provision

Duration: Jan 2006 - July 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Kassie Bath (Kassie.bath@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: IS2: Knowledge Management

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
The Knowledge Management Activity contains six Work Packages:
 Knowledge management
   This WP will design, configure, develop, manage and evaluate a Knowledge Management
   System to support Communities of Practice.
 Virtual CoP
   This WP will design and implement a process to create and manage online Communities of
   Practice. Training materials for users and Community leaders will also be designed, piloted,
   evaluated and disseminated
 User Tracking
   This WP will investigate suitable user tracking methodologies for use with the Knowledge
   Management System.
 User Authentication
   This WP will investigate suitable User Authentication methodologies for use with the
   Knowledge Management System.
 Video Conferencing
   This WP will design, configure, develop, manage and evaluate a Regional Videoconferencing
   Network for supporting HE in FE activity and Communities of Practice. Training materials for
   users will also be designed, piloted, evaluated and disseminated.
 eLearning Repository PILOT
   This WP will develop a Metadata Terms and Definitions Document, develop a Roadmap
   document, and develop HELP Moodle site. It will specify, develop, install, configure, deploy and
   evaluate an e-Learning Repository.

Duration: Jul 2005 - July 2008
Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Dr Neil Witt (neil.witt@plymouth.ac.uk)




Community of Practice: Art & Design

Title: AD2: Art and Design Employer Engagement

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
To start to define and potentially benchmark Employer Engagement [EE] in Art and Design across
UPC. This will be achieved through a study of four colleges with significant art and design
provision. The key purpose is to move from an anecdotal understanding of EE to developing data
that will demonstrate the reality of EE and make judgements on the level and quality of this
engagement. The study aims to influence the EE policies of colleges and overtime raise the profile
of UPC with employers and key local and regional opinion formers.

The study will provide evidence and articulation of:
    the skills/knowledge required by employers in the sector
    successful approaches to EE including how EE influences programme and curriculum
       design

The study report will include:
    collated and verifiable data relating to EE in four colleges
    a summary of potential Art and Design EE benchmark statements
    recommendations for UPC and the wider Art & Design / HE in FE community
    the development of methods/approaches that could influence how to collect and present
       data relating to EE in other subject areas

Duration: Jan 2006 - April 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Richard Holt (Richard.Holt@Somerset.ac.uk) & Nick Davy (Nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: AD3: Art & Design Subject Forum resource database

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This activity aimed to develop and deploy a resource database relevant to the practitioners in the
Art and Design Subject Forum. The database brings together resources from a range of sources,
to provide a one stop shop for both new and experienced academic and support staff. Access to
the database will be via the UPC part of the University portal. Once established the resource will
be evaluated by key College Learning Resources Tutors/Librarians to identify its usage and
usefulness. The database will then be further evaluated and plans made for future development
and or replication in other disciplines.

Duration: Dec 2005 - May 2006

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Nick Davy (Nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk
Title: AD4: Art & Design Transitions Conference

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This activity will culminate in a Transitions Conference with three strands:
    FE 3 to HE
    FD to Honours
    Transition to Employment/Employability
These strands are all key issues for HE/FE Partnerships and the wider Post-14 education policy-
making community. The event provides an opportunity to bring together a wide range of
practitioners and work in these areas from within UPC, from CETL funded activity [including HELP
CETL Award Holders] and from external sources [e.g. the ADM Subject Centre and other CETLs].

The event will collate and articulate transitions issues and practice in Art & Deign. This will assist
with the development of a transition interest group in the emerging Art & Design Community of
Practice [CoP] including links to a new or established national Transitions interest group/s.

Key outputs will include:
    The conference
    A collated set of papers / presentations linked to the Art & Design CoP

Duration: Oct 2006 - July 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Celie Byrne (celie.byrne@plymouth.ac.uk)
Nick Davy (Nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: AD5: Creating a Media virtual community within the Art and Design Subject forum

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
The primary purpose of this activity is to bring together UPC Media HE practitioners. At present this
group is subsumed within the wider Graphic Design Subject Association of the Art and Design
Subject Forum. However, the media practitioners share distinctively different issues and methods
which are not truly reflected in the activities of the Graphic Design Subject Association. This lack of
shared interest has contributed to a lack of collective activity and engagement with the Graphic
Design Subject Association and the Art& Design Subject Forum in general. It was also clear from
Subject Forum meetings that there was little real knowledge of media activities across the
partnership.

The intention of this activity is to:
     make Media course teams known to one another along with their work
     to encourage Media practitioners to engage in conversations through the Knowledge
        Exchange Network [KEN]; to sharing experiences, to develop shared projects and
        understandings

Duration: Nov 2006 – March 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Andy Lancaster (andrewl@trurocollege.ac.uk)




Title: AD6: Developing the AD Subject Associations
Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
The five Art & Deign Subject Associations [SAs] have a record of collaborative activity, however
this has tended to revolve around meetings at annual or bi-annul Subject Forum away-days. It has
been difficult to develop further activity between these events which themselves attract a changing
audience. While there is a lot of informal contact, this is not recorded so it is difficult to measure if
these associations function as some form of academic community. The aim of this activity is three-
fold:
     to ascertain the level of activity
     assist SAs develop a realistic plan of activities that could lead to community development
     pump-prime events and meetings that will facilitate community development

The major outcome will be that by the end of the year each SA has a plan to help itself move
forward over the following 3 years. Likely activities include conference organisation, a focus on
accessing external funds, linking with subject centres, linking with the outcomes of Award Holder
projects and identifying „good practice‟.

Duration: Nov 2006 - June 2009

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Nick Davy (Nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: AD7: Maximising Take up of the Art & Design Resource database

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
The project aims to demonstrate the database to Art and Design Subject Forum staff at an already
planned away-day. In addition to run three Raising Awareness Training Sessions, mainly with
College based Art and Design specialists from Learning Resource Centres, at three regional
locations to allow staff from multiple colleges to attend: Exeter, Taunton and Truro.

The database will then be further evaluated and plans made for future development and or
replication in other disciplines.

Duration: Oct 2006 - Dec 2006

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Nick Davy (Nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: AD8: Pre-progression Support for Students

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
The aim of this activity is to put in place support structures for progression students pre-enrolment
to address some of the concerns and issues quoted in [04] and building on some good practice
that already exists and anecdotal evidence that potential progression students are keen to have
continuing and early contact and/or support in their last year before they progress.

The following forms of support will be trialled:
    Faculty staff to visit 2 partner college programmes (FdA Graphics and Communication
        Design at Cornwall College and FdA Design (Interior Design) at South Devon College to
        possibly deliver lectures or organise other activities.
    Shadowing by progression students
      Formal advice relating to dissertation decision-making and appointment of supervisor
       before summer vacation.

A final report, presentations and journal articles will be used to encourage discussion across the
University and Partnership about the needs of progression students. The focus of the activity is
policy and resource allocation policies in this area. This discussion will be facilitated by
dissemination at events such as Faculty of Arts and UPC Faculty Boards, SFC meetings and UPC
Conferences. It will also be disseminated at the „Transitions‟ Conference and via the ADM Subject
Centre.

Duration: Nov 2006 - July 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Barry Smith (barry.smith@cbs.ac.uk)
Vicky Squire (vicky.squire@plymouth.ac.uk)
Nick Davy (Nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: AD9: The Experience of Enterprise Education for Art & Design Students

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
The overall aim of this activity is to capture the learning experiences of a group of Art & Design
foundation degree students as they engage with the Enterprise Education. This activity is run at
Somerset College of Art & Technology [SCAT]. The work will include:
    A description of the approach to Enterprise Education at SCAT including how these
       approaches were arrived at and significant influences on this development process
    The gathering of Art & Design students‟ perceptions Enterprise Education
    Analysis of reflective structured stories related to the student‟s Journey during the learning
       experience
    A final report, conference / event and journal publications in the field of Enterprise
       Education and Creative Industries including those organised by the HEA and specific
       Subject Centres.

The activity aims to influence the design and delivery of Enterprise Education within UPC by acting
as a catalyst for other colleges in the partnership to explore the introduction of Enterprise
Education. Although small-scale this project has been designed to address this issue and begin,
with others, the development of relevant evidence that could also influence the design and delivery
of enterprise education for the creative and cultural industries

Duration: Jan 2007 - Jul 2008

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Nick Davy (Nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: AD10: Czone [pilot project]

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
Czone is in the first instance a small scale pilot project to develop a proof of concept. The aim
being in time to implement a tool for „employer exchange‟; a two way process involving staff,
students and potential WBL providers on a small sample of courses.
The essential component of the project is a visual online portfolio which can be linked to curriculum
activities such as tutorials and e-PDP‟s. This would allow additional opportunities for students to
display their work online and create opportunities for collaboration between partner colleges. This
tool is both a marketing opportunity for UPC colleges and programmes and a mechanism for
students to engage with potential Art & Design employers. It will also give the opportunity for
potential employers to engage with students developing networking opportunities and skills and
bringing the virtual WBL element alive.

Czone utilises web technologies and will demonstrate how Art & Design students and employers
engage and build successful working networks and relationships. This will be achieved through an
online database of employer contacts and student portfolios, creating an virtual WBL community;
aiding students and employers to review previous student placement successes. The pilot could
build into a national visual WBL model.

The team is exploring the usability and suitability of the approach used at
http://gallery.menalto.com/ as a technical framework. A beta model is planned for testing and
evaluation in May 2007.

Duration: Sept 2006 - Sept 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Julie Johns (Julie.johns@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: AD11: Strengthening AD Transition and Progression – The Providers

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
The HELP CETL, EdaLT, UPC and the LearnHigher CETL have all produced materials or are
managing projects to improve the transition and progression of Partner College students. In
general, many of these „projects‟ have addressed the perceived need to improve the
skills/knowledge of College students enabling them to study more successfully at Stage 3. The
other major focus has been to capture the experience of progressing students. However, there has
been relatively little focus on the learning and teaching that students experience during their 2nd
year of study on an FD, including the curriculum delivered. This small-scale project will focus on
the delivery of some extra sessions by Art and Design Faculty staff to ensure progressing students
are better prepared to progress. The main part of the project is 5 extra days of teaching to address
the „misalignment‟ that can occur between the „Vocational‟ needs of an FD and the more
reflective/critical approaches that are more commonly associated with Stage 3 study in the Art and
Design Faculty.

The key outcome will be a series of five sessions that can be adapted for use in other contexts and
a short report on the deployment of the materials coupled with the approach used.

Duration: Mar 2007 - Aug 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Nick Davy (Nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: AD12: Understanding the 3DD Employment Market

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
Various organisations – DCMS, Creative and Cultural Skills, SWRDA and more locally, Devon and
Torbay Councils – have mapped the scope and range of the Cultural and Creative Industries
including statistics on employee numbers, training and education, skills gaps and actual and
potential growth. However, although much of this information is useful background knowledge
different types of information are needed to help bring together Employers and Education
Providers.

This DA is focussed on the 3DD Sector that encompasses: Product design, Designer Maker
(Crafts), Architecture, Furniture Design, Interior Design and Jewellery/Silversmith. Its major aims
are to gain a better understanding of the sector through reviewing the existing literature, identifying
gaps and developing an appropriate methodology that will address identified gaps.

Its secondary aim will be to acquire a better understanding of how the sector informally and
formally networks, identifying key structures that promote networking and partnership working
within a competitive context. For example - and of key importance to HEIs and colleges - is
identifying the role of UPC and the FoA in these networks and Communities of Practice.

The Key output will be a report disseminated at:
    ADSF Events
    ADSF 3DD Subject Association Events
    UPC Conferences
    College HE Development Days
    Faculty Conferences/Seminars
    Regional AD Events Eg. Arts Council, Design Council

Duration: April 2007 - June 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Nick Davy (nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk) – Researcher: Kerry Whittle
Chair and Administrator of the UPC AD Subject Forum – Chris Groucutt and Celie Byrne




Title: AD13: UPC Arts and Design Student Conference

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
The majority of CETL Development Activities (DA) related to the UPC Student Body are mainly
concerned with academic or related issues – transition and progression, induction and learners at
risk. This DA is effectively a celebration of being part of the UPC AD Student Community and an
opportunity for 1st and 2nd Year students to meet each other in the new University AD Building and
experience a range of activities that will introduce them to AD study at Plymouth and other
students studying at Partner Colleges. The actual plans for the day are at present fluid as part of
the DA will be discussing its content with AD students and key partners. Present ideas include:
      Hands-On Workshops and Activities
      Short Key-Note Lectures from Employers and Plymouth Lecturers
      Student-Led Presentations and activities
      Opportunities to meet and mingle
The plan will be to bring together the identified partners, including students, to develop the „agenda
„ for the day, establish a small steering group and employ a part-time administrator to organise the
event. The DA will also help those students who will or may progress to the Faculty/Honours
Progression and the facilities in the new Arts Building.

The work will be summarised and built upon by:
    On the Day evaluation by attendees and a short final evaluation report
    Findings will be circulated to the University, Partner Colleges, UPC and Participants
      A short presentation at the Autumn UPC Conference

Duration: July 2007- August 2008

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Chris Groucutt (chris.groucutt@plymouth.ac.uk) & Celie Byrne (celie.byrne@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: AD14: Developing a Resources database for the Arts and Humanities Subject Forum

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
Owing to the success of the AD Subject Forum (SF) Resources Database the Arts and Humanities
SF have requested a similar resource for their SF. This DA will follow the same format. A
developer will be employed to identify suitable resources for this SF - which includes Performance,
English, History etc – and a resource will be established on the UPC Faculty Portal, accessible to
the Faculty and the wider Partner College network Once established the resource will be evaluated
by key College LR Tutors/Librarians to identify its usage and usefulness.

Key Outputs include:
    Database
    Final report, including evaluation

Duration: May – Dec 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Nick Davy (nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk
Chair, Arts and Humanities SF – Chris Groucutt and Administrator, Celie Byrne



Title: AD15: Developing the Arts and Humanities Subject Forum Performance Sub-
Community

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
The Arts and Humanities is a relatively under-developed SF, although there are AH programmes at
six partner colleges, particularly Performance and Performing Arts. This DA will provide the
opportunity for teachers and students in the respective institutions to meet, compare practice and
potentially improve progression to the Faculty‟s honours progression. The following activities will
be supported:
     Subsidise a meeting between the six institutions and the Faculty, including KEN training.
     This group, with the CETL Development Leader, to organise a programme of visits across
        the participating colleges including student performance. The CETL project would subsidise
        these „performance visits‟
     That at the end of the programme of visits the process will be evaluated, including an action
        plan for future activities.

Key outputs include:
    A functional community
    Final Evaluation Report
    Dissemination at
          o AH SF Away-day
          o UPC conference
          o Possible links with the PALATINE HEA Subject Centre.

Duration: July 2007 – July 2008
Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Chris Groucutt (chris.groucutt@plymouth.ac.uk) & Celie Byrne (celie.byrne@plymouth.ac.uk)




Community of Practice: Business & Tourism

Title: BT1: Collaborative Curriculum Design

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This project aims to collaboratively write, author and produce a number of learning packages, case
studies and other narratives that will inform the teaching and delivery of the tourism curriculum
across The UPC partnership. The work will bring together colleagues from across the partnership
to review materials, develop pedagogic styles and resource materials for the benefit of the region
which may have value to the wider tourism community. In this way an opportunity has been
created for those that teach and support the tourism curriculum within UPC to mature and develop
as a community.

As well as providing materials/good practice for the benefit of the Tourism teaching and student
community the work will also inform wider aspects of the teaching and learning agenda across the
UPC partnership and beyond. The key outputs will include:
 Teaching packages that have been designed to support students in blended forms of delivery
   and assist staff in understanding the process of creating reusable learning objects
 Commentary and guidance on the ethos and process underpinning the work

Duration: Jan 2006 - Sep 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Barry Smith (barry.smith@cbs.ac.uk)
Paul Brunt (paul.brunt@plymouth.ac.uk)




Community of Practice: Work Based Learning & Employer Engagement

Title: WBL1: Business and FD Partnerships

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This is a three year project will assist staff involved in FD programmes engage businesses. The
main output is a practical guide to help staff identify ways of engaging businesses: things that
work. The first stage of the project will involve three main elements:
    (a) collating in a usable form examples of existing activities that work successfully;
    (b) investigating the employer networks and associations that exist in the SW and ways of
        engaging them as a means of reaching businesses;
    (c) researching businesses in the region to find out about their levels of engagement with FD
        programmes, including what makes them engage and in what type of activities.
Having collected examples, the project will focus on dissemination, including production of the
guide, development of on-line resources and staff development with the aim of empowering staff to
engage businesses.

Results will also be disseminated in a report, journal article and at regional & national events.

Duration: Jan 2006 - Dec 2008
Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Marc Lintern (marc.lintern@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: WBL2: UPC Progression and Employment Tracking

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This project aims to find out what students from FD programmes in UPC do when they graduate
and to get behind the data to find out about issues such as their motivation for studying and
experiences in the labour market. It benefits from utilising data from the HESA DLHE Survey
(Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education) carried out six months after graduation (target
response rate 80%) and a new longitudinal survey being carried out for the first time in 2006/7, for
graduates two and a half years into their careers (surveying 10% of Plymouth graduates from
2003).

Funding in the first two years will enable in-depth analysis of data collected from the above surveys
as well as literature reviews from similar surveys. In the third year, and based on these analyses,
more qualitative methods will be used to find out about the attitudes and experiences of the
graduates that will add value to the data already collected. Throughout the project case studies of
FD graduates are being collected and published on a graduate case studies database and
disseminated to UPC and beyond through publications, events and relevant professional
associations, including AGCAS (Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services)

The project will report on:
 the first destinations of UPC FD graduates six months after completing their programmes
 comparison of UPC FD graduates with other groups (e.g. FD graduates nationally and
   graduates from honours degrees)
 the experiences, motivations and attitudes of FD graduates before, during and after their
   programmes

The project will raise awareness of what FD graduates do, as well as their motivations for studying,
attitude towards their future beyond their FD programme. This information to assist with
programme planning as well as advising and supporting FD students before, during and after their
studies

Duration: Nov 2006 - Dec 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Marc Lintern (marc.lintern@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: WBL3: WBL in Rural Communities

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This project aims to provide the means to develop a Community of Practice (CoP) for both learners
and employers engaged in Work Based Learning (WBL) in a rural setting. The central point of
contact will be a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) where relevant and up to date information will
be kept. The VLE would also be developed to host discussion forums for college-employer
communications, learner-learner communications and lecturer-learner communications using
„Skype‟ web based videoconferencing. Skype will be evaluated as a tool to overcome the isolation
felt by some learners and employers who are unable to have regular meetings with tutors.

The aim is to embed successful outputs within the College‟s “Leisure, Tourism & Sport” and
“Information Technology” programmes. However, colleagues from others disciplines may join the
CoP once the pilot is complete. The activity will link to CUC phase II project outputs.

Results will also be disseminated in a report, journal article and at regional & national events.

Duration: Nov 2006 - Jun 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Barry Smith (barry.smith@cbs.ac.uk




Title: WBL4: Establishing an Exeter based MPA Employers’ Forum

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
Exeter College is growing its range of Foundation Degrees but is aware that it needs to strengthen
its Employer links with the local MPA sector. The MPA Sector is characterised by a few very large
employers and many SMEs and individuals who are self-employed. As we aware it is notoriously
difficult to identify and capture the interest of SMEs in engaging on an ongoing basis with Training
and Education and Colleges/Universities.

This DA will aim to complete three activities:
    Identify MPA Companies and organisations in the Greater Exeter area, including key
       personnel e.g. Owners, HR Directors, Artistic Directors.
    Complete a Directory of these Key Players and Companies and Organisations
    Contact these Key Players and establish an Employers‟ Forum with appropriate Terms of
       Reference and Personnel

Key target outputs include:
    Final Report in Case Study Format
    Dissemination at
           o Exeter College
           o UPC Conference
           o UPC AD SF Events
           o UPC Performance Community Events
           o UPC WBL/EE Community

Duration: April - May 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
John Fitzsimmons Head of Media and Performing Arts at Exeter College (johnfitzsimmons@exe-
coll.ac.uk) & Nick Davy (Nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk)




Community of Practice: Retention Progression and Transition

Title: RPT1: The Learning Journey - Progression to Hons

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes

The aim of this project is to identify learner perceptions regarding their transition from FD study in a
College to Hons year study at the University. The Development Activity will:
     identify current practice regarding information flow and provision & transition facilitation
       whilst learners are within stage II of their FD programme
      identify any changes brought about regarding information provision and collaboration
       between college/university academic colleagues
      identify successful induction strategies undertaken by host faculties

Planned outcomes include:
    Reflective individual learner reviews – [UoP effects changes to procedures]
    Analysis of focus group activities
    A reflective paper based on the learner narratives to highlight good practice and to
      influence institutional policy & procedural changes where required
    A conference & journal paper for wider dissemination

Duration: Dec 2005 - Dec 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Julia Dawson (Julia.dawson@plymouth.ac.uk)
Barry Smith (barry.smith@cbs.ac.uk)




Title: RPT2: HE in FE Learning and Teaching in Higher Education [LTHE] module

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes

This Development Activity will review and develop an existing accredited HE in FE professional
development module in HE in FE that runs at the University and extend access via college delivery
and blended learning. This work will lay the ground work and act as a prototype for future blended
delivery aspects of the university LTHE provision. To encourage initial participation and launch, the
module will be subsidised. Also subsistence / fee remission will be available for sessional /
fractional HE in FE staff. Research will be undertaken with the course participants.

Key outputs will include:
     Delivery of two pilot modules [Cornwall College & Strode College]
     Development and refinement of curriculum and materials including blended learning
        opportunities
     Exploration of subject interest groups of practitioners within the module or programme
     Participant focus group summary
     Conference and journal paper for wider dissemination
    
In addition the following opportunities will be explored:
     Colleague mentorship
     Discuss with Escalate the possibilities of offering of module beyond the region

Duration: Sept 06 – July 07

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Ken Gale
Claire Gray: UPC Staff Development Co-ordinator [Claire.gray@plymouth.ac.uk]
Julie Johns
Jon Yorke
Sue Burkill




Title: RPT3: Employers as placement mentors’ seminar
Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This development Activity builds on the work of Judith Mann within her HELP CETL funded CPD
Award. The aim was to take the work to a wider audience. The activity culminated in a one day
event [16th October 2006] that facilitated the engagement of employers who had previously
indicated a willingness to investigate becoming a placement mentor with academic colleagues,
placement supervisors, other employers and learners experienced in placement activities.
Together they explored the learning contract, boundaries and responsibilities.

Key outputs included presentations from the day
    Learners‟ presentations of their reports on their work based learning experiences
    An updated good practice guide for mentoring in the workplace
       A redesigned learning contract
    Contribution to Employer Engagement/ Work based Learning Workshop/ Conference/
       Subject Forum event
    Write up in Foundation Degree Forward
Also important was learner‟ experience in organisation and participation in the day

Duration: Oct 2006

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Judith Mann (Judith.mann@cbs.ac.uk)




Title: RPT4: HE student experience within HE in FE context

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This activity aims to review, asses and compare the needs, attitudes and requirements of HE
students in an FE context. The work builds on work at Salford University and the 2005 HEPI /
UNITE report (Mori, 2005) as a UK National benchmark and includes applied research at the
Cornwall Business School and Truro College.

The aim is to more clearly determine what value students place on their time at college and their
future, which will provide expectations in services and delivery at the Colleges. Although HE
students at both the Cornwall Business School and Truro College complete a Personal
Development Framework and evaluation, there is no over arching research study amongst
students that captures information and compares it to a national benchmark.

The work will involve, Focus Groups, an on-line questionnaire, student review meetings and
student narratives.

The activity will produce a report, poster, conference / event presentations along with a journal
paper e.g. for FdF & the HLST Subject Centre.

Duration: Feb 2007 - Sept 2007


Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Andy Lancaster (andrewl@trurocollege.ac.uk)
Barry Smith (barry.smith@cbs.ac.uk)



Title: RPT5: Transitional Support for pre-induction

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
FdSc students and direct entrants are invited to a pre-induction day at UoP. This project will
develop an information leaflet aimed at providing these students with transitional support and
background information before the pre-induction day. The need for this information comes is based
on student evaluation from previous events and opinions expressed by students.

Key target outputs include:
     A case study
     A leaflet that could be re-purposed by other groups
     Up to 500 student beneficiaries
The aim is better prepared students who are more aware of University of Plymouth programmes
and services. Feedback will be obtained from students and a comparison will be made with
student satisfaction data from the previous years events that did not use this material.

Duration: May 2007 - Nov 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities: Neil Witt (nwitt@plymouth.ac.uk)




Community of Practice: Partnership Management and Leadership

Title: PML3: Utilising Market information to inform the design and approval of FDs

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
A key element to developing a successful FDF is to ensure that it fits the market. This means
developing something which appeals and recruits, but it also implies creating a product which is fit
for purpose, in the sense that FDs should be intimately linked to the industry-sector in which they
are to operate. This activity is designed to investigate good practice in the area of using market
intelligence and to outline strategies which will help Partner Colleges design more effective
products.

The activity will research into effective processes of FDF design, in particular how market
intelligence is gathered, used and incorporated. This will include research into practices across UK
HE sector and local instances within the partnership. The aim is to develop a
strategy/template/model for use by partner colleges, and develop suitable instruments and
programs within this strategy.

Outputs will include:
    on-line report and materials to all UPC including
    Presentation of „FDs in the marketplace‟ e.g. at the 2007 UPC Summer Conference
    A report and or paper on the outputs and process of the activity
There may also be generated support work with individual FDs across partnership

Duration: Sept 2006 - Sept 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Andy Lancaster (andrewl@trurocollege.ac.uk)




Title: PML4: Good practice in HE administration within the FE sector

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
The aim is to activity is to identify and develop good practice in HE administration in the colleges
and share it within the UPC network. This is to be achieved by:
   (a) Creating a UPC induction for new HE Administrators - new or recently appointed HE
       administrators will be invited to Plymouth to meet staff and learn about UPC procedures.
   (b) Instituting small Awards to encourage feedback about how well UPC procedures are
       embedded in the Colleges and what training is required. These awards could be used to
       pay for AUA (Association of University Administrators) membership.
   (c) Producing a UPC Good Practice Guide which could then be distributed to the colleges
       within the UPC network. This developed online by redesigning the admin area on the UPC
       portal.
   (d) Collating feedback to the UPC Staff Development Coordinator about administrative areas to
       be included in the UPC Staff Handbook.
A new community of practice relating to administration will be established to assist with the work.

Key outputs include:
    An HE Administrators induction
    An HE Administrators Good Practice Guide
    Additional HE Administrator staff development and an established HE Administrators
       community of practice

These outputs will further disseminated in a report and conference or event sessions.

Duration: Nov 2006 - Apr 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Ewa Thompson (ewa.thompson@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: PLM5: Challenge of Academic Leadership Programme

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This Development Activity focuses on the identified need [within UPC and nationally] to provide
personal development that is focused on the challenges of academic leadership, especially those
that are relevant to the HE in FE context.

The plan is develop, test and evaluate a programme that will provide an opportunity for
professional development outside of a single institution and beyond that which can be achieved
through learning on the job.

In stage one this Development Activity will create a course outline for programme of individualised
professional development suitable for past HELP CETL Award Holders plus senior academics,
managers and support staff from UPC.

In stage two the programme will be piloted with an initial cohort of 12, with participation
sponsorship from the HELP CETL. The group will assist in the evaluation and further development
of the programme.

In stage three the programme will be offered to UPC along with other HE in FE consortia so as to
generate a nationally based programme that will be of further benefit to the participants and assist
with making the operation of the programme self funding.

Key outputs will include:
    An academic leadership development programme focused on HE in FE
    A report, conference and journal papers on the development of the programme and
       participant involvement
Duration: Jan 2007 - July 2008

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Mark Stone (mark.stone@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: PML6: HE in FE Management and Leadership Styles

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
The aim of this project is explore key factors that have shaped or informed current practices of
developing and managing HE in FE. This will be carried out through the use of case studies
examining institutions that display a range of operational models.

Research will examine factors such as the development and range of course portfolio, direct and
indirect funding, the number of and relationship with partner HEIs. It will need to establish the
remit and responsibilities of key players – senior management, HE managers, department/faculty
managers and course co-ordinators – to identify their roles at operational and strategic levels, for
example management of quality processes, financial and staff management, curriculum
development. It will examine the relationship between FE and HE within the institution regarding,
for example, the extent of integration (or not) physically (shared or discrete buildings, staff,
resources) and financially. Lastly, it will consider the extent to which pragmatic decision-making or
a strategic vision was a deciding characteristic in the resulting model.

Key outcomes will include: paper at the UPC Winter Conference, internal report to City of Bristol
College Senior Management and Principalship and dissemination to HE Strategy Group, plus final
report for UPC.

Duration: March 2007 - January 2008

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Deborah Kinnear, Higher Education Unit, City of Bristol College




Community of Practice: Education

Title: E1: Enhancing the Flexible Learning Early Childhood Studies [FLECS] Programme

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
A study was undertaken to assess and evaluate the FLECS programme from the teaching team
and learners‟ perspective. The evaluation report identified key issues that the teaching team can
use to enhance and improve the programme. The report also:
     outlines „enhancements‟ that inform future UPC/University practice in this area
     informs programme teams and the emerging UPC Early Years Community of Practice who
       are preparing students for progression study
     may have wider implications and purchase for other providers who are already deliver
       similar programmes and those seeking to

Key aspects of the report include issues relating to:
    earners reading texts online: accessing information and understanding/learning; developing
      the skills of reading complex texts – understanding and learning
    the effectiveness of on line discussion groups
    the evaluation of rules and protocols („instructor model‟) used in blended learning
      the „balance „ of learning opportunities: tutorial support, teaching/teacher input, online
       learning materials; possible learner training around being a blended learning learner
      exploring appropriate blended learning „pedagogical models‟ e.g. what it means to be a
       „blended learner‟
      training issues for Programme teaching teams

Duration: Jan - Dec 2006

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Ulrike Gelder
David Fallows (david.fallows@plymouth.ac.uk)
Nick Davy (Nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk)




Community of Practice: Interdisciplinary trading zone

Title: ITZ1: Design a Foundation Degree: Idea to Delivery

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This Development Activity was completed in December 2005 worked on the documentation used
with Partner College staff for the „Programme Approvals Cycle‟ „05/06. The Chair of the Social
Science Subject Forum and CETL Development Worker, Nick Davy, assessed the documentation
with collaboration with Partner College and Faculty staff over seven programme approval cycles.

A report was produced with recommendations relating the further refining of the process of UPC
programme approval and supporting documentation.

Duration: July 2005 - Dec 2005

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Nick Davy (Nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: ITZ2: HE in FE Staff Support & Induction [including part time]

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This activity aims to provide a level of support for part time HE in FE staff which equates to the
opportunities afforded to full time staff. The two key aspects are:
    to provide pump priming funding for part time staff to engage in activities which colleges
       would not normally pay for staff to engage with e.g. funding to allow part time staff to
       engage in a UPC teaching staff induction & support for part time to take the HE in FE
       Learning and Teaching in Higher Education [LTHE] M level module.
    develop the UPC staff induction package, including a workshop aimed at supporting new
       lecturers in HE, as well as a more general introduction to the University and UPC
       processes. The induction will be supported by online materials which are the basis of the
       workshop and will be provided in collaboration with Leeds Metropolitan University.

By developing a culture of inclusion for new and part time staff it is hoped that colleges will reap
the benefit to teaching and learning from an inclusive and proactive policy to support staff which is
both non-discriminatory and has a direct impact on the quality enhancement agenda for HE in FE.

The work will focus on:
      the purchase and adaptation of existing materials in preparation for induction starting in
       September 2007 but running throughout the year that is accessible to all UPC staff
      the creation of a staff induction which has a focus on teaching and learning in HE
      financial support of part time HE in FE staff

Key outputs will include:
     An inclusive UPC staff induction programme focused on HE in FE
     A report, conference and journal papers on the development of the programme and
        participant involvement
In addition it is hoped that this activity will support engagement by part time staff in staff
development and CPD activities, plus support for new staff engagement with HELP CETL
supported Communities of Practice.

Duration: July 2007 - Dec 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Claire Gray: UPC Staff Development Co-ordinator [Claire.gray@plymouth.ac.uk]




Title: ITZ3: Process of Accreditation of Prior Experiential & Certificated Learning APE[C]L

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This activity seeks to underpin the regulations that allow for APE[C]L within UPC with guidance for
those undertaking the task on behalf of the institution and support for the learner in going through
the process.

Support for APE[C]L is crucial if UPC is to continue support ever more learners in work and
address the widening participation agenda by fully recognising the value of learning which is
derived from experience rather than formal study. Foundation Degree‟s, with their aim of attracting
„non-traditional learners‟, naturally lend themselves to APE[C]L for entry purposes.

The team will survey the policies and practices of a range of institutions [within and outside UPC],
programmes and admissions for good practice. The aim is then to build up materials including case
studies of successful practice so as to ensure learners without traditional qualifications can make
an appropriate claim for entry on the basis of APE[C]L.

Key outcomes will be:
 A shared set of on-line guidance and support for UPC
 A report, conference and journal paper on the APL process in HE in FE including participant
   narratives
 Greater awareness of and take up of APE[C]L by staff and students

Duration: Dec 2006 - Jul 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Helen Dingle [Duchy College - Rosewarne]
Barry Smith barry.smith@cbs.ac.uk




Title: ITZ4: Innovations in Assessment

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
Research shows that if students are engaged in designing and developing assessment practices,
they tend to perform better in their assignments. This activity will explore innovations in this area
provided by the Dr Chris Rust and Dr Rebecca Bryant of the ASKe CETL in the context of HE in
FE within the UPC partnership.

Key outputs include:
 Customised ASKe leaflet disseminated to all UPC staff teaching HE in FE.
 4 Workshops in colleges
 An introduction to innovations in assessment at workshop at UPC conference July 07
 Evaluation and concurrent research to run in parallel
 Report/research paper identifying a range of good assessment practices.

The proposed benefit of the activity to UPC will be:
 to raise awareness amongst staff of recent developments in assessment
 research into current assessment practice used to inform University assessment review
 research and evaluation to identify other good practices
 an indirect result will be that students‟ performance should improve.

Duration: June 07 – July 08

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Sue Burkill
Claire Gray: UPC Staff Development Co-ordinator [Claire.gray@plymouth.ac.uk]
Chris Smart




Title: ITZ5: Co-Mentoring

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This activity seeks to develop and pilot with three subject groupings [Science, Social Science and
Art] at North Devon College a Co-Mentoring pilot programme that will deliver a protocol / model
paper that can be used by Subject Forums as an additional model for professional development
and can which can be disseminated more widely.

Co Mentoring offers an additional developmental tool to Subject Forum participants rather than just
being events based. It also deals with the known issue of not enough University/UPC staff
collaboration and communication.

Key outputs per pair of co-mentors:
    1 x college based event
    1 x university based event
    1 x report on the activity and experience of co-mentoring
    1 x conference or event paper / presentation
   +
   1 x HELP CETL overview report including recommendations for Subject Forums
   1 x paper for wider dissemination

Duration: May 2007 - Dec 2008

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Claire Gray: UPC Staff Development Co-ordinator [Claire.gray@plymouth.ac.uk]
Community of Practice: Research into Practice

Title: TP1: Threshold Concepts and Troublesome knowledge

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This development activity explores the use of „Threshold concepts and Troublesome knowledge‟
(Land 2005) as concepts that Subject Forums and or an institution may find useful in the
development of effective learning. This activity has potential to improve students‟ understanding
and enhance their learning experiences initially in the pilot contexts and, ultimately, in other
Subject Forums/Colleges.

The activity looks at taking Educational Theory into Practice e.g. an exploration of a pedagogic
intervention to support learning in specific areas; in this case, seeking a better understanding of the
concepts that learners find difficult to understand.

Key outputs will include:
    Workshop materials
    Teaching materials
    Short Practitioner Reports
    Final Activity Report

Duration: Oct 2006 - Jul 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Sue Burkill (sue.burkill@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: TP2: HE in FE teacher attitudes, behaviour, intentions and beliefs

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
The project aims to explore the differences in teachers‟ beliefs and intentions concerning teaching,
specifically in HE and FE. The research is a follow-up amended repetition study to the work by Lin
Norton et al. A web-based survey has been conducted after a successful pilot. Analysis and writing
up is in progress.

The study incorporates both quantitative and qualitative data. The work addresses:
    the personal and professional profiles of respondents
    their experience and qualifications as teachers within HE in FE
    teachers intentions and beliefs concerning teaching within HE and FE

The outcomes will include a report, conference and journal paper

Duration: Aug 2006 - Jul 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Sue Rodway-Dyer (sue.rodway-dyer@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: TP3: Educational Theory and Concepts Guides

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This Development Activity seeks to provide a series of short guides to a range of educational
theory and concepts e.g. Threshold connects and Troublesome Knowledge. They are intended to
serve as a dissemination tool for issues within educational research that have potential application
or relevance to the HE in FE context. However, they are also intended for use in a staff
development context as resource for workshops or as a device to stimulate debate around areas of
educational theory or practice.

The activity will develop up to 10 x Guides in an accessible 2 – 4 page format.

Duration: Jan 2007 - Feb 2008

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Mark Stone (m2stone@plymouth.ac.uk)




Community of Practice: Blended Learning

Title: BL1a: Blended Learning Training

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This activity will incorporate blended learning training for the University portal. It takes into account
the existing portal and significant training. It involves a ½ day session to raise awareness and
understanding of the key functionality of the portal. This houses an overview of the portal, the key
communities including PDP, Information Technology Training and EdaLT, UPC Faculty & E-
resources. It also gives value to the LETTOL (Learning to teach online) with Sheffield college and
we are aiming to finance one person per college or campus to achieve this and disseminate back
to the group.

The activity involves developing interactive materials to guide „step by step‟ key functionality and
usage of the portal e.g. how to register and change passwords. Finally, the intention is to run portal
awareness session for the imminent release of the new Sharepoint system to raise awareness and
break barriers throughout the partnership.

Key outcomes aimed for include:
 Feedback sheets
 Greater usage of the university portal by colleges
 Better housekeeping at Joint Boards of Studies
 Better use of wider e-resources
 Better access to students & Staff
 Increased volume of Registered University Teachers [RUTS]
 Better score on SPQ

Duration: Oct 2006 - Aug 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Julie Johns – UPC Blended Learning Co-ordinator [Julie.johns@plymouth.ac.uk]

Key Collaboration Partners:
Mark Eggins – mark.eggins@plymouth.ac.uk
Ruth Charlton- ruth.Charlton@plymouth.ac.uk
Claire Gray – Claire.gray@plymouth.ac.uk




Title: BL1b: E-developments
Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This activity will allow the opportunity for colleges to link into developed blended learning tools. Key
areas have been identified for development and work has begun in developing projects around
these for example c-zone and e-tracker. The overall aim is to improve access, communication and
implementation of UPC procedures and support and train staff in the application of these tools.

In time the aim is to facilitate the production of developed outputs of use across the partnership
which should interest to many staff and reduce „process‟ work loads. The work will not only raise
awareness but open many doors for some staff and engage other practitioners with E-
developments by demonstrating models of good practice.

Duration: Oct 2006 - Aug 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Julie Johns – UPC Blended Learning Co-ordinator [Julie.johns@plymouth.ac.uk]

Key Collaboration Partners:
Mark Eggins – mark.eggins@plymouth.ac.uk
Claire Gray – Claire.gray@plymouth.ac.uk




Title: BL1c: Blended Learning Community Development

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This activity will incorporate blended learning training for the University portal. It takes into account
This activity will support the development of a Blended Learning Community collaborative vision,
shared practice and promotion of innovative delivery mechanisms. The Knowledge Exchange
Network [KEN] will be the main communication channel and driver for this activity and will ensure
all have equal opportunity to learn and explore the wider possibilities of implementing blended
learning.

The aim it to support the development of outputs of use across the partnership which should raise
awareness and provide opportunity for all UPC staff and colleges. In the longer term the aim is to
be proactive and visionary in the re-validation of programmes and offer enhancement to bite size
delivery.

Evidence of success will come from in feedback to Joint Boards of Study and from the Dean and
Associate Dean Teaching & Learning as well as validation of further FD‟s in a flexible manner and
an increase in student numbers by widening e-opportunities.

Duration: Oct 2006 - Aug 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Julie Johns – UPC Blended Learning Co-ordinator [Julie.johns@plymouth.ac.uk]

Key Collaboration Partners:
Mark Eggins – mark.eggins@plymouth.ac.uk
Claire Gray – Claire.gray@plymouth.ac.uk




Title: BL1d: Blended Learning Workshops

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This activity will allow UPC staff to embrace blended learning tools and approaches in hands on
workshops to implement blended learning tools into their teaching. The main emphasis here is
„Dartfish‟ currently used at Duchy Stoke but of interest to many partner college staff to enhance
teaching and learning offering more opportunity for learners.

The aim is to widen opportunities and knowledge to UPC staff and enable them to develop and
embrace blended learning in their curriculum‟s therefore widening learning for students.

Duration: Oct 2006 - Aug 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Julie Johns – UPC Blended Learning Co-ordinator [Julie.johns@plymouth.ac.uk]

Key Collaboration Partners:
Mark Eggins – mark.eggins@plymouth.ac.uk
Claire Gray – Claire.gray@plymouth.ac.uk




Title: BL1e: Blended Learning new technologies research

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This activity will develop and embrace new technologies to aid the delivery of FD‟s across the
partnership. It will look at new technologies, develop case studies and offer the opportunity to
disseminate from the CEPL CETL project of the lessons learned in how to successfully implement
these technologies. It will also raise awareness and give further understanding of how to utilise
mobile technology and give a wider learning experience to the student.

The longer term aim is to widen technological opportunities and knowledge for UPC staff and
enable them to learn from the research (especially that relevant to FD delivery) and in time engage
in innovative learning and teaching practice.

Duration: Oct 2006 - Aug 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Julie Johns – UPC Blended Learning Co-ordinator [Julie.johns@plymouth.ac.uk]

Key Collaboration Partners:
Mark Eggins – mark.eggins@plymouth.ac.uk
Claire Gray – Claire.gray@plymouth.ac.uk



Community of Practice or Theme: Social Science

Title: SS1: Public Services Visiting Fellow

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
This Development Activity involved the planning and organisation of a series or events and
meetings between UPC staff involved in the delivery of Public Services FDs and a Public Services
Visiting Fellow from Australia.

This kind of exchange, while common in HEIs, was a new experience within the context of Public
Service FD provision in UPC. This activity was timely for those involved in the design and delivery
of a range of new FD programmes in this subject area. A short report outlines the programme and
assesses the impact of the visit.

Duration: Oct 2006 - Jan 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
John Dixon & Nick Davy (Nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk)




Title: SS2: Developing the Social Science Subject Forum

Summary including expected outputs and outcomes
The Social Science Subject Forum brings together staff involved in a disparate range of
programmes. Further, many members also teach on programmes within other Subject Forums,
e.g. Health & Social Work. Following informal stakeholder consultation [including HELP CETL
Award Holders] the following programme is outlined:
     Community development events are organised for Social Science practitioners regardless
       of the Subject Forum they nominally belong to
     The establishment of Sub communities will be explored e.g. Social Policy. This would
       involve the organisation of associated events and development activities.
     Small research grants [up to £2000] are offered for small-scale projects that can
       demonstrate personal development, subject updating and an exploration of issues related
       to teaching and learning. This could include Conference attendance, action research
       possibly involving students, the development of learning materials or the development of
       the curriculum for a new module. Grants will not fund activity that a college would normally
       fund or expect staff to carry out as part of their normal contractual duties.
     To develop a regular „newsletter‟, potentially in conjunction with other subject forums.
     To explore the use of the Knowledge Exchange Network [KEN] and Video Conferencing as
       means of facilitating communication and dialogue without the need to travel long distances.
       To develop practitioner links with the relevant Subject Centres e.g. C-SAP and SWAP

The subject forum chair will keep an evaluative record of the successes and challenges of the
processes indicated above using the literature on the development of CoP and the accumulated
captured experience of the CETL team. This will include discussion, analysis and some
recommendations that will have purchase across the partnership. This record will inform a final
report and journal paper.

Duration: Oct 2006 - Dec 2007

Contact for further information and or participation opportunities:
Nick Davy (Nicholas.davy@plymouth.ac.uk)

				
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