Working with university partners from across the world, feedback was captured on the design, approach and impact of the Framework, thus enabling iterative refinements to be made. Some universities based their feedback on a review of the written Framework while others drew on their experience of using the Framework in practice, either by piloting it or by using it to inform a revision of their institutional reward/appraisal processes. In all, 15 university partners engaged with the project, from 12 countries across the world.
University partners include NUS (Singapore), UCL (UK), UNSW (Australia), MIT School of Engineering (US), UTM (Malaysia), the University of Twente (Netherlands) and Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)
Guidance is provided for current and potential university partners on how they can engage with the study and offer feedback on the Framework. Information is provided on the key questions that partner universities may wish to address.
Three meetings of the university partners have been held/planned to date (in 2016, 2017 and 2018). They aim to establish a community of dialogue and a forum to discuss ideas for the reform of how universities reward teaching.
Career Framework for University Teaching, 2018