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EC2E2N-1 • Work Package 15

Improving Learning Outcomes

Updated: 19-10-2012 13:12


Ilkka Turunen, LUT Lappeerenta, FI

Bill Byers, Ulster, UK


Dr. Emilia Bertolo-Pardo, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK;

Dr. Bill Byers, University of Ulster, UK
Dr. Marek Frankowicz, Jagiellonian University, Poland
Dr. Anna Kolasa, Jagiellonian University, Poland
Dr. Iwona Maciejowska, Jagiellonian University, Poland
Dr. Claire McDonnell, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
Prof. Tina Overton, University of Hull, UK
Dr. Anda Priksane, University of Latvia, Latvia
Mr. Suresh Ramsuroop, Durban University of Technology, South Africa
Dr. Mark Spanoghe, Plantijn University College, Belgium
Prof. Ilkka Turunen, Lappeeranta University of Technology, Finland
Dr. Pita Vandevelde, Plantijn University College, Belgium
Dr. Hazel Wilkins, Robert Gordon University, UK
Dr. Paul Yates, Keele University, UK

Aim of the group

To study learning outcomes in chemistry and chemical engineering, their selection, formulation and assessment, and teaching strategies to achieve them. The results will be published in booklet "Implementation of outcome based education in chemistry and chemical engineering".

Period of Activity

1.10.2009 - 31.12. 2011


1st group meeting, Montpellier FR, 16th April 2010

2nd group meeting, Krakow PL, 16th October 2010
3rd working group meeting, Bratislava SK, 19th May 2011
4th working group meeting, Antwerp BE, 28th October 2011


26.03.2012: The whole report is now published as a booklet entitled "Implementation of outcome based education in chemistry and chemical engineering" and available online here (PDF, 472 Kb)