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Universities of Plymouth and Ulster
SPAT (Student Progression and Transfer)

SPAT is a 36 month Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) funded project under the FDTL initiative. The aim is to promote effective student progression between the levels of Higher Education and transfer across institutional and programme boundaries. The project will produce guidance materials for staff and students that will be available for widespread dissemination.

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Universities UK (UUK)

UUK's mission is to be the leading voice of UK universities. Taking a leading role in the development of the HE Progress File.

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University College Worcester
Taking Progress File Beyond the Enthusiasts

The project homepage of "Taking Progress File Beyond the Enthusiasts". Dr John Peters was awarded a HEFCE National Teaching Fellowship with funding for three years, 2001 - 2004, to lead this project. The project aims to examine resistance to engagement in the use of progress file and personal development planning in Higher Education.

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University of Bedfordshire
Bridges CETL

Bridges a Centre for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (CETL) supports Personal, Career and Professional Development through the Undergraduate Curriculum.

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University of Brighton

Studentprofile is a new University initiative designed to help students to reflect on their learning and to plan and record their own personal, educational and career development.

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University of Central England
Embedding PDP and Employability

Here you can download the UCE Birmingham Careers Service resource "Embedding PDP and Employability." All sections are available for you to download in PDF format.

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University of Central Lancashire

The Learning Development Unit evolved from the University's Learning and Teaching Strategy and was set up on lst November 2000 following the appointment of an Acting Head. Its role is to act as a central resource and focus for staff to obtain information and support in all areas of learner and curriculum development. The Learning and Teaching Committee is responsible for developing the framework and remit of the Learning Development Unit and it is monitored through the Strategic Management Group.

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University of East Anglia Norwich (UEA)
Academic and Personal Development

UEA's new online skills assessment programme for students.

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University of Glamorgan

Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CeLT) - the benefits of Progress File and details of how to use the University version.

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University of Leeds
Motivating Student Personal Development Planning

Linking student performance development planning to employability, this site has been created for use by all HE tutors and students in all subjects.

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