Case Studies of Good Practice
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The Good Practice Case Study was introduced as a new initiative by the Quality Enhancement Unit (QEU) in 2017 as an integral part of the self-evaluation process for academic quality reviews. Identifying good practice is a fundamental facet of enhancement focused self-evaluation, enabling active consideration of the practices which are working particularly effectively in a School or academic unit. A key objective of the Good Practice Case Study is “making student learning more visible” to show-case and disseminate good practice in teaching and learning, both internally within UCC and externally. It provides the opportunity for knowledge-sharing, peer learning and the potential to encourage ongoing innovation and development within the University community, as a part of a wider institutional enhancement ethos.
The most recent Good Practice Case Studies are available below.