Our Unit for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching works alongside our teaching staff to help them continue achieving those high standards.
Assessment and feedback
Guidance on how to design assessments, based on the principles of constructive alignment and 'indicators of good practice' that make Kent great.
This includes resources and toolkits for:
- design principles
- level descriptors
- learning outcomes
- assessment criteria
- matching learning outcomes to feedback
- giving constructive feedback.
Reward and recognition
We are proud to recognise and promote the successes of staff across our campuses through a wide variety of awards.
Taught programme regulations
To ensure fairness and maintain academic standards, a single set of academic regulations has been introduced for all taught programmes in the Credit Framework for Taught Programmes.
Guidance, policies and procedures
Kent provides a range of guidance and policies which reflect all aspects of teaching and examination.
Codes of practice for quality assurance
The principles, responsibilities and structures through which Kent assures academic standards and continuous improvement of the student academic experience across all taught and research programmes.
Academic Liaison Services
Each faculty is supported by an Academic Liaison team, who act as the first point of contact between academic schools and the library.
The team looks after subject resources and can advise on:
- literature searching
- using LibrarySearch
- digital resources
- Open Access
- research data management.
The Drill Hall Library has its own team of Academic Support Librarians.
Library representatives in academic schools
Library reps are academic staff who act as the main liaison point between the schools or faculties and the library.
They promote library activities and processes, as well as gather feedback and communicate useful information within each school.
The reading list service is your way of ordering books, e-books, DVDs and other resources for your students for teaching purposes.
Special Collections and Archives
Our Special Collections and Archives, housed in the Templeman Library, include a wide range of subjects, materials and media.
From British stand-up comedy to early photography, Victorian theatre to modern political cartoons, the collections can support diverse teaching areas and needs.
You can hold seminars in the Special Collections reading room, or request digital copies of material for your teaching.