Other themes and activities – Quality Assurance of Education
This page presents more Quality Assurance of Education themes and activities the Department of Academic Affairs is working with. You will find information about current issues and visits, as well as related presentations and activities.
National Qualifications Framework
The Qualification Framework is a part of Norway's follow-up of the Bologna process. The Qualification Framework describes the learning outcome it is expected that all candidates, who have completed training at a specific level, should have when graduating. Gradation of the performance is done using the grading scale. The Learning outcome for the three main levels in higher education - bachelor, master and Ph.D. - is described in knowledge, skills and general expertise. Read more about the Ministry of Education’s description of the Qualifications Framework
See the Qualification Framework here
UMB and the Department of Academic Affairs will continue to focus on how the National Qualification Framework will be implemented at UMB. The institutions have been given until the end of 2012 to implement the Qualification Framework in the description of all study programs etc. A presentation of UMB's status for the implementation of the Qualification Framework. The presentation also tells about the national status of the area. In Norwegian only.
On February 16, 2010 Ab Groen from Coorporate Education & Research of Wageningen UR will come to present their status within the Qualification Framework of the Quality Assurance of Education (Time: 11.00-12.00, Yellow Room).
Seminar on Plagiarism
Jude Carroll from Oxford Brookes University visited UMB and held a seminar on plagiarism September 30, 2009. The main theme for the seminar was "Guiding students away from plagiarism."
Jude Carroll is a leading figure in plagiarism among students and she has held seminars/workshops on the subject at several universities and colleges in the Nordic countries. Carroll has also published a handbook on the subject.
The seminar attracted many interested listeners both among staff and students. Carroll’s presentation
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