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MAW - Management of Academic Workloads

Workshops

Workshop 12 QMUL 31st March

MAW Workshop 12
31st March 2011
Queen Mary, University London

The meeting on the 31st of March spent a large part of the day doing at analysis institution by instituion looking at the allowances each gave for particular activities.  These included alllowances for:

These figures were then claculated as a percentage of the overall staff workload to allow some comparisons to be made.

Another aspect of the day involved looking at the links between financial imperatives and the workload models.

 Practical Details

The workshop is in Sir Anthony Dawson Room which is in Dawson Hall (No 1 on the campus map - see link which includes instructions to Charterhouse Sq.) Go in through the front door and the room is to the right - if unsure there is a porter at the main entrance.

Nearest tube stations are the Barbican and Faringdon. Please see link below

http://www.qmul.ac.uk/about/howtofindus/charterhouse/index.html



Draft Agenda 

Time
10.00- 1015 Arrival and coffee and welcome

10.15- 10.30 Session 1. Project update


10.30- 12.30 Session 2 – Workload models interactive session – exploring main features of each university case**- implications for practice, commonalities, positives and negatives (Brunel, SHU, Salford, Greenwich, UWE, Napier plus any others who wish to contribute).


12.30- 1.15 Lunch


1.15- 1.45 Session 3 – Session 2 work summarised.


1.45-2.30 Session 4 - Partners progress report back


2.30- 3.30 Session 5 – Discussion on the link between MAW and resource allocation in times of funding constraints- KPMG project.


3.30- 3.45 Round up


Details as per email