As courses are developed, we work with Academic staff and DLT to embed Graduate Learning Outcomes (GLOs). Our focus is the Research and Information Literacy and Digital Literacy GLOs, which we aim to include in relevant subjects.
For course revitalisation, we can also help with updating reading lists within revitalised subjects.
Information and Research Literacies align closely with the Digital Literacy GLO.
Our Framework identifies seven core competencies. Using these competencies throughout a course will allow students to develop relevant literacies as part of their subjects.
We also define and align skills and behaviours to foundation, proficient and advanced levels. As a result, our Framework provides a scaffolded approach that can help you develop marking criteria.
This GLO gives students the ability to:
Students should also be able to analyse and synthesise relevant information to support arguments and decisions.
This GLO provides students with an opportunity to:
Students should also be able to understand the implications of the global use of technology in professional, social, and cultural settings.
We understand that Course Accreditation by the relevant professional body is critical to the operation of the University.
Accreditation reports provide information on how students are supported by library services and resources.
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