The Hibernia College Quality Framework (HCQF)



Hibernia College




Digital Learning, Open Education



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The Hibernia College Quality Framework is the sole authoritative source of all Hibernia College quality assurance documents including policies, procedures, resources and strategy documents.

Benefit of this resource and how to make the best use of it

The Hibernia College Quality Framework is a suite of policies, procedures, resources and strategy document that reflect the College’s ongoing commitment to international best practice in blended learning through a range of mechanisms that seek to continually monitor, review, and enhance our programmes and our College.

Those involved in the development of QA documentation across the higher education sector may benefit from being able to adapt elements of the documentation published in the HCQF to suit their institutional contexts.

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