External Projects and Recognition

The Education Development Service  is involved in a range of regional and national projects that are externally funded or collaborations with other institutions. The ability to combine cutting-edge technologies, progressive learning and teaching support and a multi-skilled team of staff has led to a range of funding streams being used by EDS to initiate and develop policy and support that enhances the quality of the student and staff learning experience.

Our projects

ArchitectUS (JISC) - an innovative two-year project which seeks to develop exciting internationally recognised Open Educational Resources for teaching and learning in architecture and the built environment

Education Development Service (EDS) - an exploration of how the student experience can be improved through the development of learning partnerships between universities and the health and social care sector

HEA Students as Partners - a programme which helps HEIs develop their capacity to involve students in institutional change

HEA Web App - a collaboration with our health schools to develop a web-based Mobile Application Learning Toolkit

MyCAT Collaborations - a collaborative project to develop a web-based HTML5 content authoring tool

Shareville collaboration with City University London - our virtual problem-based learning environment is now being used by City University of London in its health care education programmes

T-SPARC Project (JISC) - a projects which seeks to transform the institutional culture and practice of curriculum design and approval