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Trinity Inclusive Curriculum case study published.

‘The Dynamic Curriculum: Shared Experiences of On-going Curricular Change in Higher Education’, which includes a chapter on the Trinity Inclusive Curriculum (TIC) strategy.

This publication, which arose out of the SIF funded Dublin Regional Higher Education Alliance (DRHEA) collaboration, compiles and documents the different experiences of seven Irish higher education institutions in the area of curriculum reform. TCD’s chapter discusses the TIC strategy.

The process of creating and compiling the book was based upon the idea that HEIs can learn more by sharing experiences than they can in isolation, and so it is designed to initiate dialogues between colleagues. Contributions address such topics as first year assessment, accessibility, eLearning, modularisation, and the role of the university teacher to name a few. Each chapter is followed by a critical response by an expert in the area from outside the DRHEA.

PDF version of this paer

Are you working on your Reading lists for next year?

TIC and the library collated a list of good practice guidelines that you may find useful as you create and update your reading lists for next year. For more information see the completed set of Reading list Guidelines.

Are you working on your programme handbook for next year?

TIC has a handbook template that you may find useful as you work on designing or updating your handbooks for the coming year. Go to the TIC Handbook template (Word, 156kb) and see if there are any suggested items of information that you could add for your students.

Last updated 22 September 2016 by Trinity Inclusive Curriculum (Email).