Strategy, Policies & Processes
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Academic Framework Regulations+
2013-14 Academic Framework Regulations
2012-13 Academic Framework Regulations
2011-12 Academic Framework Regulations
The regulations apply to all taught LJMU programmes that lead to a validated award, wherever delivered. Any exceptions to the regulations must comply with sections A1.5-A1.8.
Applications to operate a variance from the Framework must be submitted using a variance form.
The Framework is accompanied by a Methods of Practice handbook.
Academic Framework Summary of Changes+
Academic Framework summary of changes, affecting 2013-14. This document provides a summary of the changes to the Academic Framework from 2012-13
Academic Framework Summary of Changes affecting 2012-13. This document provides a summary of the changes to the Framework from 2011-12
Academic Misconduct Panel Report Proforma+
Anonymous Marking Policies+
The newest iteration of the LTA Strategy is currently in the consultation phase.
Policy on the Marking of Anonymised Coursework 2012
Anonymised Marking Briefing Sheet 2012
Policy on the Marking of Anonymised Examination Scripts
e-Submission of Coursework Policy+
Please find below information sheets summarising the policy and implementation guidelines for electronic submission of coursework. From September 2012, electronic submissions for summative assessment must be anonymised in compliance with LJMU Marking of Anonymised Policy.
e-Submission Policy 2013
Learning, Teaching and Assessment Strategy+
This section holds the revised Learning, Teaching and Assessment Strategy.
Learning, Teaching and Assessment Strategy
Learning and Teaching Framework - Peer Review and Teaching Observation+
Learning and Teaching Awards Scheme+
The Learning and Teaching Awards Scheme Guidance
Learning and Teaching Awards Scheme
Personal Tutor Policy+
This policy applies to all LJMU award-bearing taught programmes at foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including collaborative programmes. It defines the purpose and institutional expectations of the Personal Tutor role and the nature of staff and student engagement with that role
Personal Tutor Policy
More information and guidance is available in the Guides and Advice section, if you have any other queries regarding Personal Tutoring contact Liz Clifford email@example.com or Clare Milsom firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Attendance Policy+
Technology Enhanced Learning Action Plan+
During 2009/10, LJMU undertook an exercise to benchmark e-learning using a methodology applied by a number of other UK higher institutions. A report and recommendations was published in June 2010.
Based on the findings of benchmarking exercise, a Technology Enhanced Learning Action Plan was developed in November 2010, with a set of actions and timescales.
The actions were refined through consultation with Faculty representatives on the Learning, Teaching & Assessment Panel and approved by the Strategic Management Group, as a LTA Strategy development recommendation, in February 2011.