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Module and Programme Boards - PIs Derek Ord - May 2009.

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1 Module and Programme Boards - PIs Derek Ord - May 2009

2 Topics Preparation for Boards >Web Sites >Documents >Data During the Boards >Powers >Decisions Afterwards >Passing Information

3 Preparation - Web Sites - Quality Handbook Section A - Introduction Section B - Programmes Regulations Section C - Assurance of the Quality of Teaching Section D - External Examining Section E - Appeals and Complaints Section F - Assessment Section G - Approval of "on campus" programmes Section H - Approval of collaborative programmes Section I - Programme Monitoring and Review Section J - Recruitment and Admissions Section K - Student Information, Representation and Support Section L - Research Degree Provision Section M - Hull-York Medical School

4 Preparation - Documents Programmes Regulations External Examining >External Examining >Boards of Examiners >External Examiners Report Form Assessment >Assessment Procedures

5 Preparation - Data Check data with UoH contact Correct students on correct programmes Averages Module marks Borderlines Mitigating circumstances Problems

6 During the Boards Powers of Mit Circs / Module and Programme Boards Minuting of Decisions (CoP Boards of Examiners)

7 Issues Making 2 decisions Pass with mitigation 2 attempts and marks Assessment elements and reassessment Students who have withdrawn Condonement Borderlines Ordinary Degrees

8 Decisions Following Regulations SPC Decisions Required Clear Minuting of Approval (or otherwise)

9 After the Boards Formals Candidate Lists Signed Grids and When Not to Use Them Copied to UoH Changes to Decisions

10 Example 1 2 nd year student - passed 120 credits at >40 Result - P

11 Example 2 2 nd year student - passed 100 credits, 20 If compensatable - P If non-compensatable - DDR (student may wish to be DDR)

12 Example 3 Year 1 student - passed 40, 80 credits between 36 and 39 Result - F or FREP (failed more than 60 at first attempt)

13 Example 4 Year 2 student - passed 80, 20 38, Result - PREF (and PC the 38) or TRO - exam bd discretion IF still has 40 credits of PC/REF left from max.

14 Example 5 Final year student, passed 120, referred module from 27 Result - DDR Cant condone Y2 module

15 Example 6 Direct entrant Y3 - passed 80, 20 38, Result - DDR Must pass 120 credits for award - Y3 direct entrants cannot condone

16 Example 7 Year 2 student - passed 60 credits, ADA for 40 credits, Result - DDR Student will take 3 assessments in August - 1 resit and 2 1 st attempts

17 Example 8 Final year student - passed 80 credits, 40 credits ADA due to serious ongoing illness Result – DDI, Ordinary degree, or module board to consider pass with mitigation and award degree

18 Example 9 Diploma Stage student with 40 credits PC in Cert Stage 60 credits passed, 40 credits at 38, 1 mark ADA Result – DDR, as too many already PC

19 Example 10 Student at Diploma Stage, having taken resits 60 credits passed, 60 credits with mark Result – Transfer to Ordinary – too many to PC

20 Contacts Exams / Marks >Jill Lenney - >Joanna Micklethwaite - >Maureen Playfoot – - Records / Registration >Paul Bird - Regulations >Derek Ord -


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