NUS Scotland and sparqs held an event on Thursday 22nd October 2015 to consult with student officers in universities about the ongoing discussions around the Teaching Excellence Framework and what it means for Scotland; proposed changes to NSS; help set the direction and priority areas for NUS Scotland.
During this event participants were asked to redefine what excellent learning and teaching means for students in Scotland and what role students’ associations should have in setting that agenda. Participants also helped inform responses to QAA Scotland’s TEF consultation and HEFCE and SFC’s NSS consultation.
See the event page for further information.
The event hashtag, for use on Twitter, was #LTExc15
The event took place at Stirling University, starting at 10am and finishing at 4pm. Lunch was provided and the event was free to attend.
If you would like any further information please contact either Megan McHaney, Policy and Influencing Officer Megan.McHaney@nus-scotland.org.uk or Hannah Clarke Development Consultant, Hannah.Clarke@sparqs.ac.uk