Engaging with UK Parliament: A Guide for UK Universities

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As highlighted in the 2013 report to the European Commission on 'Improving the quality of teaching and learning in Europe's higher education institutions - "Our higher education system is a key building block of our democratic societies." Reflected in changes in the higher education sector including an increased focus on the development of 'personal values', 'active citizenship' and being able to 'explore complex real-world problems', the UK Quality Code (Part A) also incorporates, for example, a greater emphasis on the significance of interdisciplinarity, the relevance of understanding 'international contexts', and the value of actively considering the role of subjects in 'society, environment and culture.'

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  • Education_UK Parliament Universities guide_DIGITAL VERSION

    Rights statement: The Open Parliament Licence applies to material made available in hard copy or electronically. It covers not only material in which either House owns the copyright or database right but also material published before 1 August 1989 in which Crown copyright subsists. The Open Parliament Licence is designed to allow Parliamentary material to be used freely and flexibly, consistent with the way public sector information is made available for use under the Open Government Licence. The terms of the Open Parliament Licence describe how material may be used and the obligations imposed on the user. If you want to find out more about the Open Parliament Licence, its terms and the material to which it applies, you can obtain further guidance by contacting webmaster@parliament.uk

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Original languageEnglish
Number of pages22
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2018

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The Open Parliament Licence applies to material made available in hard copy or electronically. It covers not only material in which either House owns the copyright or database right but also material published before 1 August 1989 in which Crown copyright subsists. The Open Parliament Licence is designed to allow Parliamentary material to be used freely and flexibly, consistent with the way public sector information is made available for use under the Open Government Licence. The terms of the Open Parliament Licence describe how material may be used and the obligations imposed on the user. If you want to find out more about the Open Parliament Licence, its terms and the material to which it applies, you can obtain further guidance by contacting webmaster@parliament.uk

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