Tag: Curriculum management

University of Wollongong Campus

CourseLoop brings order and structure to complexity for large Australian university

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The University of Wollongong (UoW) is a research-intensive university with 340 courses on offer and an outstanding reputation across a broad range of disciplines. The University has more than 35,600 students enrolled and a staff of over 2,600. With three campuses in Sydney, four in the South Coast and Southern Highlands regions of New South […]

Multi-award-winning university sought a flexible curriculum management platform to take them even further

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Recognised as one of the UK’s outstanding universities, NTU has received a string of prestigious awards over the last few years, including The Guardian University of the Year 2019, the Times and Sunday Times Modern University of the Year 2018, and the Times Higher Education University of the Year 2017. Based in Nottingham, NTU serves […]

Macquarie University’s curriculum transformation


Originally appeared in Campus Morning Mail and published here with permission. Macquarie University is a client of Factor5 Software and has implemented CourseLoop as their Curriculum Management System (CMS). The curriculum needed to change so the university transformed it. An initiative to enable student co-creators and improve student success The Macquarie Curriculum Transformation project is […]

Academic giving lecture

What do we mean by Curriculum Management and why does it matter?

At Factor5 Software, we eat, sleep and breathe ‘curriculum management’. But when you’re so close to something it’s sometimes difficult to remember that not everyone knows exactly what you’re talking about. So what do we mean by ‘curriculum management’, and why do we think it matters? We use the term to encompass a number of […]