External, discipline-led academic peer review in collaboration with Innovative Research Universities
The Academic Calibration Process (ACP) is a process of external, discipline-led academic peer review that is undertaken in collaboration with other Innovative Research Universities (IRU). The process aims to:
- demonstrate the appropriateness of the standards of learning outcomes and grades awarded in IRU universities
- maintain and improve the academic standards of IRU
- enable comparisons of learning outcomes in similar courses across IRU
- promote discussion on good practice in learning and teaching across IRU .
What are the benefits?
Contextualises the assessment and grading of your courses in a broader framework
Provides documented endorsement of the consistency and reliability of assessment and grading methods, comparative to the sector
Offers the opportunity to engage in a collegial and constructive process that can improve learning and teaching quality.
Learn more about the process
Learn more about how the IRU Academic Calibration Process works at Griffith, and how you can have your course calibrated or become a reviewer and calibrate courses in your discipline area from other universities in the IRU network.