22 October 2021 10:00-11:30
In this webinar, participants heard a range of short inputs from selected ENQA members and affiliates about new developments in their agencies or systems. These focused on significant changes in approaches to external quality assurance or innovations in specific aspects of their work. The webinar enabled participants to keep up to date with developments from across the ENQA membership and discuss common lessons that could be shared between agencies.
The webinar formed part of the programme for ENQA’s online General Assembly Seminar and replaced the poster sessions that were a popular part of the physical event format. It was open exclusively to ENQA members and affiliates. The webinar was run as follows:
10.00 Welcome and introduction
Topic 1: Thematic analysis
10.05 Evaluation of research and development in the professional HEIs: implications for practice
Liia Lauri and Heli Mattisen, Estonian Quality Agency for Higher and Vocational Education (EKKA)
10.15 Thematic Analysis: as a means of identifying the needs of the arts sector
Anthony Dean and Sarah Bennett, EQ-Arts
10.25 Questions and discussion
Topic 2: Communication
10.45 Back to Basics: The Advisory Report
Michèle P. Wera, Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO)
10.55 Can social media enhance transparency of external QA outcomes?
Orlaith O’Loughlin and Marie O’Neill, Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI)
11.05 Questions and discussion
11.25 Conclusions and closing
The webinar was chaired by Maria Kelo, Director of ENQA.
The PowerPoint presentations are available here:
- Evaluation of Research and Development in the Professional HEIs: implications for practice by Liia Lauri and Heli Mattisen
- Thematic Analysis: as a means of identifying the needs of the arts sector by Anthony Dean and Sarah Bennett
- Back to Basics: The Advisory Report by Michèle P. Wera
- Can social media enhance transparency of external QA outcomes? by Orlaith O’Loughlin and Marie O’Neill
The recording of the webinar is available on ENQA’s YouTube channel and here below: