MASTER’S DEGREE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES AND COMMUNICATION IN LANGUAGE EDUCATION AND PROCESSING (UNED)
INTERNAL ASSURANCE SYSTEM OF DEGREE QUALITY
UNED considers it essential to ensure the quality of all official qualifications of their programmes and services. To this end, it has developed a System of Internal Quality Assurance (SGIC), which has been certified by the ANECA. It includes the development of a set of guidelines by which the quality of teaching, continuous improvement and adequate response to the demands and expectations of all stakeholders is ensured.
The SGIC includes all processes that faculties / schools and other university services develop to ensure control and revision of the objectives of the degrees, the processes of access and admission of students, planning, monitoring and evaluation of the results of the training, mobility, academic counselling and job placement, the adequacy of academic and support staff and material resources, among others.
For the implementation of SGIC, UNED has created:
• A Statistical Portal, which provides information to the entire university community on both training results and the results of perception obtained through satisfaction surveys applied to the various stakeholders.
• A repository called the information system for degree tracking (SIT), which collects all the evidence of the operation of the SGIC.
The Office for information processing and the Quality officeannually provide all this information to those responsible for the qualification, while reflecting and establishing improvement actions.
The Coordinating Committee of the master’s degree in Information and Communications Technology in Language Education and Processing was established on 19 December 2009 in order to discuss all relevant issues for the proper development of the master’s programme and take appropriate decisions at all times (admissions, appointing tutors for master's thesis, setting up training courts, preparation of research seminars, etc.). The committee also aims to ensure the quality of the master’s degree through the creation of documents (reports, forms, headings, etc.) that will be necessary for the proper progress of the degree.
The composition of the Committee is as follows:
Dr. Elena Bárcena (Coordinator)
Dr. Ana Ibañez(Academic Secretary)
Dr. Elena Martín Monje (Member) (substitute: Dr. Mª Dolores Castrillo)