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Module reviews

by Rachel Starr -

The latest batch of module reviews are now up on the Module review page: 

All module reviews are discussed by student academic reps and staff at the Academic Quality and Standards Group (AQSG) and common themes identified for our ongoing review of module delivery. 

And module tutors take account of specific feedback when planning next year's modules. 

Thank you for completing module feedback!


Participation and Access Group (PAG) Student Rep

by Andrew Hayes -

The Participation and Access Group (PAG) is looking for three student reps to participate in its work (role description attached). PAG focuses on how Queen's can achieve equality of opportunity for all students, particularly for those from groups which have been historically underrepresented in Higher Education and in theological studies in the UK, so that all students may access learning and support, participate fully in the Queen's community and succeed in their learning goals. This area of work may cover things like gaps in performance and unequal access, support or preparation for learning for particular groups. However, it also includes physical accessibility issues on campus, and the wellbeing of students and staff in the community.  

In this case we are seeking three reps not to represent cohorts but draw on their own experience or expertise relevant to the remit of this group to participate in the decision-making process. If you feel you have knowledge or experience that this group could benefit from, please contact Katie Cooper to put your name forward. Please only do so if you will continue to be a student in the next academic year, on any program.

Library services

by David Allen -

The current collection / postal service will continue to be available over the Easter vacation. This means that the collection service is only available to residential students, but non-residential students who wish to do so may return books on site (to the black box in the foyer of the Admin Building). The weekly cut-off points for the postal service will continue to be 1 pm on Mondays and Wednesdays, with the exception of Easter Monday, when there will be no service. Library services will be reviewed at the end of the vacation. 

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