‘Monitoring’ refers to the regular and continuous reflective practice that staff are expected to engage in – individually and collectively – leading to a better understanding of how programme teams are doing and how this can be improved. Monitoring is about identifying areas for improvement and enhancement in a dynamic environment in order to provide both faculties and the university with a ‘health check’. It is also about celebrating our successes, promoting best practice, and learning from each other.
There are a range of monitoring systems and approaches in place across the institution which seek to assure the quality of provision, and equally promote quality improvement. This section provides links to detailed information about the following monitoring processes and practices managed by the Department of Academic Quality (DAQ):
An overview of the university's approach to academic quality management, its shared values, principles and procedures can be obtained from the DAQ guide to quality management| at DMU.
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