During 2012-13, the first year of Changing the Learning Landscape, the Leadership Foundation and its partners have collated narratives about the impact we’ve started to make in universities and colleges. Below are the links to institutional case studies, our External Evaluator’s blog, and our 2012-13 Evaluation Report.
We’ll continue to update these pages during 2013-14, as new evidence becomes available.This part of the site will serve as a repository for a growing set of evidence, both from within institutions, and from a range of external perspectives gathered by our evaluator. The CLL partners are delighted to annouce that Professor Patsy Cullen will continue to be the programme's independent evaluator.
Professor Patsy Cullen, external evaluator, offers some insights from the formative processes being used to inform the development of Changing the Learning Landscape. Read the updates here.
2012-13 Final Evaluation Report
Professor Patsy Cullen summarised Changing the Learnng Landscape 2012-13 in her report: CLL 2012-13 Year End Report
2013-14 Final Evaluation Report
Professor Patsy Cullen summarised Changing the Learnng Landscape 2013-14 in her report: CLL 2013-14 - Evaluation Final report inc summary and key findings Final
2014-15 CLL Final Report
Read the CLL Final Report reflecting on the programme and lessons learned as awhole: Changing the Learning Landscape - Final Report Mar 2015
2014-15 The CLL Dissemination Website
You can engage with and learn from the Changing the Learning Landscape community through our interactive website. The website offers diagnostic and planning tools to help your institution bring about effective strategic change in technology enhanced learning, while engaging students throughout the process.
CLL External Evaluator
T: 020 3468 4827
I am an independent consultant working in the higher education, library, archive, museum and heritage sectors. I am a member of The National Trust Learning and Engagement Panel, and on the Board of the Open College of the Arts. I support Heritage Lottery Fund projects as an Expert Mentor and I am also an HEA Associate. Until its demise I was on the Board of the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council and have recently carried out projects on Governance for the Leadership Foundation and on the NTFS for the HEA.
For the past year I have been working with CLL to investigate and inform its processes and outcomes and I m looking forward to being involved in its second year. In addition, in April 2013 I became a Principal Fellow of the Higher education academy and am now working with a number of universities to support their implementation of the UKPSF.
From 2000 – 2007 I was Director of Learning and Teaching, York St John University where I set up the Fountains Learning Centre and led the C4C (Collaborating for Creativity) CETL. Before then I was Head of Learning Resources and Curator of the National Arts Education Archive at Bretton Hall College of the University of Leeds. I ran a professional Masters programme for Librarians at what is now Leeds Met and have also designed and delivered a range of short courses overseas for the British Council. I was co- founder and Chair of Commanet: the community archives network from 2000 – 2008, setting up and supporting over 300 digital archives in the UK and developing the successful Community Memories scheme for Canada’s Department of National Heritage.
I am an Emeritus Professor of Learning Innovation at York St John University.
In my spare time I paint, am learning Italian and I work as a volunteer at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.