Teaching quality

Quality Assurance is an indispensable process that involves all those who work in the University, in which each individual's progress benefits the entire University and stimulates the kind of fruitful debate the university must aspire to in order to ensure its social role is effective and tangible.
QUALITY ASSURANCE means: defining quality policies that are aligned with the University's strategic directions, and reliable and robust procedures through which the governing bodies can implement them; implementing activities to ensure effectiveness and efficiency in all the University's internal processes, first and foremost in the service of the quality of education and research; creating awareness in all those who work in the University so that everyone's tasks are carried out competently and promptly, the services provided are effective, and a record is kept of what has been done to monitor and measure results.
For more information on Quality Assurance, please consult this page: https://www.unipr.it/AQ

Student Opinion Survey Questionnaire (OPIS)

The Student Opinion Survey Questionnaire (OPIS) is a tool designed to detect student opinion with a view to improving teaching, quality and the organisation of degree courses and is an integral part of the assessment system; for students it is an important opportunity to make their voices heard and actively participate in the life of their course, as a guarantee of better Quality Assurance: for this reason the University recommends that it is filled in punctually and accurately.
For more information on OPIS questionnaires, please visit the following page: https://www.unipr.it/didattica/i-corsi-di-studio/compilazione-del-quest…

Organization and responsibility for Course QA

Quality Assurance of Study Courses (CDS) is a constituent element of the management, monitoring and measurement of the dynamics governing teaching.
The key players in Quality Assurance of the degree course are:
Course President RAQ Course Council Course Steering Committee Review Group For the purposes of Quality Assurance, each course of study is required to: apply, within its own remit, the policies and general guidelines for Quality established by the governing bodies; carry out self-assessment and reviews of its course curriculum and management based on the analyses reported in the annual report of the Joint Commission of Teachers and Students (CPDS) and the data provided by ANVUR, the Evaluation Committee and the Management Control division, also comparing itself with similar degree courses with a view to benchmarking; promote continuous improvement and assess its effectiveness; implement the evaluation of teaching in accordance with the provisions of the University.
At Department and University level, the bodies involved in QA are described on the following pages of the institutional websites:
Joint Commission of Teachers and Students and Steering Committee Departmental Quality University Quality

Ulteriori strumenti di analisi della qualità della didattica

Ogni anno il Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Giornalismo, cultura editoriale e comunicazione multimediale, organizza un momento di confronto con studenti e studentesse dedicato alla valutazione dell'andamento della didattica, all'emersione di eventuali criticità e alla raccolta di suggerimenti e idee per migliorare la proposta del corso. L'incontro condotto dal Presidente del Corso e dal Responsabile della Qualità, utilizza la metodologia della "Swot Analysis".