EQ-Arts is pleased to announce it has been invited to take part in a Working Group set-up by the Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of Universities and Research Institutes, ANVUR.
The Working Group will work on the implementation of Quality Assurance in accordance with the ESG 2015 for Higher Education in Art, Music and Dance (AFAM).
For this activity, ANVUR appointed an institutional Working Group composed of national and international Experts of QA willing to work with the Agency to define QA standards and guidelines for the AFAM system.
The QA agency for Music, MusiQuE, is also part of the Working Group.
EQ-Arts has joined the European Alliance for Subject-Specific and Professional Accreditation an Quality Assurance (EASPA).
EASPA is a non-profit association seeking to provide a platform for the cooperation between the European and international quality assurance networks and international organisations in the development and harmonisation of their activities in the field of quality assurance and quality improvement in higher education. It thus contributes towards the development and implementation of the European Higher Education Area. To this end, EASPA provides a collaborative forum for the community of disciplinary, field specific European networks of quality assurance that assess the quality of study programs, schools or professional individuals.
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Tuesday 17 November, 14:00 - 17:00 CET
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The Artistic Research Platform Meeting will present three strategic partnerships in the field of artistic research.
EQ-Arts is pleased to announce the publication of our first EQ-Arts Thematic Analysis 2017-2020. This forms part of our mission to promote a strong quality culture across the European higher arts education sector. The Thematic Analysis will provide a basis from which we will launch a series of reports on specific topics (identified within the findings of the report) that we will seek to publish over the next three years. Through these reports we will share our knowledge widely across the public domain and identify and highlight developments, trends and areas of good practice – or, indeed, persistent difficulty – in order to inform work across the sector. Together, they will build on EQ-Arts’ substantial experience of Quality Assurance and Enhancement across the European higher education sector for the creative and performing arts and design (CPAD).
EQ-Arts continues to work closely with colleagues, institutions and relevant agencies to enhance the quality of learning and teaching for a next generation of citizens and practitioners — only through this next generation will our collective futures be secured. We also aim to advance public understanding of, and confidence in, the creative arts sector as a vital force in the social, economic and cultural wellbeing of our communities.
We hope this Thematic Analysis contributes positively to the collective future of the CPAD sector.
EQ-Arts is pleased to announce its associate partnership in FILMEU: the European University for Film and Media Arts. FILMEU is one of the 24 new European Universities alliances that have been selected in the Erasmus+ programme.
In the 3-year project, EQ-Arts will work on the development of the FILMEU quality assurance framework, by designing and testing an accreditation system for FILMEU that complies with the ESG while adhering to the principles and objectives of the University.
On 25 and 26 April 2021 the annual reviewers training will be organised at the Politecnico de Lisboa, Portugal.
In March 2021, EQ-Arts will conduct an enhancement review at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp in Belgium, in a collaboration with MusiQuE.
EQ-Arts is proud to be partner in the EU funded project, called CALOHEx, which aims to find the answers to these questions by developing the infrastructure that will eventually make it possible to test bachelor and master students’ performance Europe-wide across a range of fields in a way that satisfies the needs of the various stakeholders in the European higher education community.
The project will cover five subject areas, representing five significant academic fields / subject areas (academic domains):
• Business Administration (Social Sciences)
• Information Engineering/ICT (Natural Sciences)
• International Relations (Humanities/Social Sciences)
• Medicine (Health Care)
• Performing and Fine Arts (Humanities/Arts).
EQ-Arts coordinates the subject area of the Performing and Fine Arts, together with the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.
The project is funded from the ERASMUS+ Key Action 3: Forward Looking Programmes.
In its last Board meeting of 15 and 16 May 2020, EQ-Arts felt very honored to inaugurate the following two new Student Board Members:
Albert Gili Moreno: Fine Art and Political Science and Administration student - University of Barcelona - Spain
Matthew Kitching: PhD candidate in Research, Evaluation and Enhancement - Lancaster University - United Kingdom
EQ-Arts is very proud that its Board Member Lucien Bollaert published the 2nd edition of his successful Manual for Internal Quality Assurance in Higher Education. The 2nd edition is not only an update but also an enlarged edition. The author starts again with the fundamental questions “What is quality?”, “What is QA?” and indeed “What is HE in this globalized society?” All chapters have been updated with new approaches and research, this time also from outside Europe based on his own experiences and lecturing in the USA and elsewhere.
You can order it at EURASHE, through this link.