Professor Graham Gibbs' produced the 2010 report "Dimensions of quality" for the HEA, identifying the factors that could give a reliable indication of the quality of student learning in higher education. In 2012, the HEA published his follow-up report "Implications of ‘Dimensions of quality’ in a market environment", in which he explored how these dimensions of quality can be implemented by HE institutions. Both reports are available in PDF format from the HEA at heacademy.ac.uk/projects/detail/policy/implications_of_dimensions_of_quality.
Prof. Graham Gibbs retired from his position as Professor and Director of the Oxford Learning Institute, University of Oxford, in 2008. He has been awarded Honorary Doctorates, including by the University of Utrecht, for his international leadership of the improvement of university teaching. His research has involved topics such as the effects of class size, how assessment changes learning, and whether training university teachers makes any difference. He has led national and international teaching development projects, and founded international organisations and journals to support the development of university teaching world wide. He is currently a (very part time) Professor at the University of Winchester where he is supporting the widespread involvement of students in the evaluation and improvement of teaching.
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