Role allocation

The University’s Professional and Corporate Services can provide advice and guidance on how best to support the resourcing of your modules and programmes:

  • Library and information resource availability, costings, licences and copyright
  • Student skills development, including academic literacies, transferable skills and employability

Contact the relevant service to discuss your requirements early in the development of your programme so that we can estimate costings and advise on the support available.

Library

Your liaison librarian can advise you on how best to meet the resource requirements for your modules and programme, including:

  • Costings and availability of resources, including eBooks and licences
  • Using readinglists@Leicester to develop your electronic reading lists for your students
  • Developing your students’ transferable skills, including using primary resources effectively and the ability to explore a topic new to them independently and with confidence.

Our guide, Helping your students succeed outlines how the Library can support you and your students. Visit our Staff who teach pages for more detailed information on how to request new information resources and the types of online resources you can use, take and repurpose to support the development of your students’ transferable skills.

Registry

Registry are responsible for the administration of undergraduate and postgraduate students and will be able to give advice on creation of the programme within the student records system.

Quality Office

The Academic Quality and Standards office ensure the maintenance and enhancement of academic quality and standards. They will be able to give you regulatory and process advice.

Career Development Service

The Career Development Service will help you to ensure you have integrated transferable and employability skills within your course.

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