Improving University Teaching: ScotPID A Model of Collaboration
conference contributionposted on 08.09.2021, 09:29 authored by eamonn butler, Kerr Gardiner, Heather Gibson, Karen McCluskey, Karen Sawyer, Anne Margaret Tierney
ScotPID is a national personal development initiative in Scotland, with thirteen higher education institutions taking part in the development of case studies which enhance personal development planning for students.
As a model of collaboration, ScotPID involves all stakeholders: each core project group is composed of an academic, IT support manager, careers service adviser and undergraduate student, with support from QAA Scotland.
The case study is developed by the contribution of all of the members of the team. The strength of the ScotPID collaboration is the varied background of the team members. However, collaboration between the ScotPID teams should also be encouraged, to strengthen the inter-institutional approach further.
Presented at the 36th International Conference, Improving University Teaching, July 19-22, 2011, Bielefeld, Germany.