A speaker at HEFCE’s national conference on learning gain earlier this month, Doris Zahner reflects on the factors to consider when investigating learning outcomes and gains.
Do we need a more pragmatic set of expectations for learning gain? Following the recent national learning gain conference, Paul Ashwin sets out some possibilities.
What role can students play in the development and uptake of educational innovation and what is the impact on their learning?
The University of East Anglia evaluated three approaches to measuring learning gain. What did they find?
In light of the QAA’s recent report on contract cheating in higher education, how are universities putting academic integrity at the heart of their assessment design?
Over the past year Deloitte has been researching the impact of our Catalyst Fund investments and has now reported on its findings.
Institutions offering employability-related activities as part of their higher education provision need ways of evaluating their impact after graduation.