Principles in Patterns (PiP): Institutional Approaches to Curriculum Design Institutional Story

James Everett, George Macgregor, Donna Cullen

    Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

    Abstract

    The principal outputs of the PiP Project surround the Course and Class Approval (C-CAP) system. This web-based system built on Microsoft SharePoint addresses and resolves many of the issues identified by the project. Generally well received by both academic and support staff, the system provides personalised views, adaptive forms and contextualised support for all phases of the approval process. Although the system deliberately encapsulates and facilitates existing approval processes thus achieving buy-in, it is already achieving significant improvements over the previous processes, not only in reducing the administrative overheads but also in supporting curriculum design and academic quality. The system is now embedded across three faculties and is now considered by the University of Strathclyde to be a "core institutional service".
    Alongside the C-CAP system the PiP Project also cultivated a suite of approaches: an incremental systems development methodology; a structured and replicable evaluation approach, and; Strathclyde's Lean Approach to Efficiencies in Education Kit (SLEEK) business process improvement methodology
    Each is based on recognised formal techniques, providing the basis for a rigorous approach. This is contextualised within and adapted to the HE institutional context thus building the foundation not only for the project but ultimately for institution wide process improvement. This "institutional story" report summarises the principal outcomes of the Project.
    LanguageEnglish
    Place of PublicationGlasgow
    PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
    Commissioning bodyJoint Information Systems Committee JISC
    Number of pages34
    Publication statusPublished - 29 Apr 2013

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    Keywords

    • technology-supported curriculum design
    • organisational change
    • process improvement
    • information management

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    Everett, J., Macgregor, G., & Cullen, D. (2013). Principles in Patterns (PiP): Institutional Approaches to Curriculum Design Institutional Story. Glasgow: University of Strathclyde.
    Everett, James ; Macgregor, George ; Cullen, Donna. / Principles in Patterns (PiP) : Institutional Approaches to Curriculum Design Institutional Story. Glasgow : University of Strathclyde, 2013. 34 p.
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