Following the presentation to Mainstream the other, on Monday we had the opportunity to present PC3 to our new Carnegie Graduate School, a university wide initiative to support Masters’ students across the institution.
There is much interest in our approach as a core aspect of supporting Masters provision in the University. Again issues of cost were raised and it is clear we need to consider carefully the associated costs of supporting the approach, especially on a large scale. Although the idea is to allow personalisation of curriculum creation this does not mean that content will be developed for each individual, rather that content is shared far more effectively and the coach helps the learner to negotiate it.
Our next presentation is on December 11th to the Regional University Network ALT Enhancement Forum. This is our opportunity to present the framework to our college partners and to engage more of them in the process.
Overall we are pleased with how well engagement with stakeholders is going – as well as user groups we are finding opportunities to talk to some very significant groupings of staff around the University which is particularly helpful at this early stage.