The Module & Programme Development Handbook: A Practical Guide to Linking Levels, Learning Outcomes & Assessment

Synopsis

Modular course structures are now the norm in higher education. This book provides a step-by-step handbook on the processes involved in the design of modules and programs, showing how to successfully develop courses that meet quality, assessment and other key criteria. A comprehensive, concise and refreshingly straightforward guide, this book is a unique practical resource, covering the entire process of developing a module. It gives a clear overview of various elements and enables readers to develop successful structures for their own students. The handbook stresses the importance of designing modules that account for assessment, course outcomes and quality issues. Illustrated throughout with practical examples, case studies and concise summaries, the book will be relevant to everyone involved in designing, developing, administering or assessing courses. It is also available in a fully photocopyable ringbinder edition, with additional exercises and worksheets for use by faculty developers andthose working with groups of academics.

Additional information

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Publisher: Place of publication:
  • London
Publication year:
  • 2002