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Academic programme support

What is it?

LEGs (Learning Enhancement Groups) are a space for a cross-university dialogue around four themes: Classroom Strategies for Success, Enhancing the Student Experience, Supporting Student Transitions and Advancing Future Assessment. These face-to-face sessions will run 12:00 - 14:00, with lunch provided. The aim is to share good and emerging practices to enhance the student experience and student outcomes, highlight BCU priorities and plans, and/or focus on sector-wide areas of interest. Each topic will offer one or more face-to-face sessions, providing input on some of the key points and open opportunities to discuss matters and/or participate in an activity.

Who is it for?

LEGs are an opportunity to meet with others from across the University's Schools and support Departments - and although the focus is on Academic issues, all staff are welcome to come along and contribute. If you would like to discuss a potential LEG session for the future, please initially contact Carole Anderson in EDS.

What do I do now?

Have a look at the sessions on LEGs Moodle page to see what sessions are coming up. Do register for sessions using the relevant link - this will let us know if you have any dietary or other requirements; please note that we will only be able to accommodate catering requests if these are requested at least one week in advance of the session. If there are any changes or additional information (such as room booking), it will be posted in the Announcements section on the Moodle - we will not clutter your mailbox with individual reminders or emails.