University of the Arts London, UK
Akari Curriculum Case Study
Learn how UAL reached CMA compliance, robust curriculum version control, collaborative curriculum development, single source of curriculum truth, improved publication and more…
Massey University, New Zealand
Akari Curriculum Case Study
Read how Massey implemented Curriculum Management as part of a large-scale technology transformation programme, integrating with Tribal SITS Student Management and more…
Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Implementation Case Study
Download the case study for the implementation of Akari Curriculum Management System at Swinburne University of Technology, Massey University, and Bahrain Polytechnic.
TURN INSTITUTIONAL GOVERNANCE INTO AN ASSET
Refine your governance processes in line with the evolution of your curriculum and cater to a diverse stakeholder community, each of whom need to engage in the design, development, and management of the curriculum in varying ways.
Gain enhanced efficiencies by integrating to your downstream solutions with a proven, mature, scalable, and robust dedicated API suite.
Support your organisation in the development and creation of publications associated with curriculum provision, from micro-credentials to research degrees, with the flexibility to support specific campaigns, geographies, locations, and intakes.
Evidence that the measures are applied to reduce the associated risk with contract cheating and determine the effectiveness of those measures on student misconduct.
Assurance of Learning
DEVELOP AND DELIVER CONNECTED COHESIVE CURRICULUM
Design outcomes-based curriculum keeping the coherence between what learners are expected to achieve and how they are expected to demonstrate that achievement.
Provide Single Source of Curriculum Truth University Wide Manage versions across downstream systems with verified interoperability providing the appropriate version management for each student cohort.
Capture commentaries, notes, suggested actions and reactions to support the collaborative review of the curriculum.
Ensure co-existence between the Curriculum Management System and downstream Higher Education systems to achieve student centricity.
ACCURATE COMMUNICATION AND PUBLICATION
Evidence a clear curriculum path from application to completion.
Manage the totality of the learning experience from programme design, development validation, delivery, resource allocation, and publication.
Build an inclusive and agile academic culture centred on programme innovation with increased visibility on the curriculum and interfaculty collaboration in its development.
Enable greater engagement with learners from across the life long learner spectrum from under graduates to post graduate including continuous professional development.
Clearly articulate programme outlines incorporating learning outcomes learners are better able to see the potential career paths.
DRIVE OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCIES & PROVIDE DATA VISUALISATIONS
Drive efficiencies and effectiveness, uplifting productivity by providing the right people with the request for timely action.
Obtain insights on student performance and retention against the curriculum to optimise applicant conversions and student outcomes.
Assure the overall quality and standard irrespective of the type of partnership agreement in place.
Visualise and analyse the connected curriculum supporting a longitudinal view of the programme structure from a constructive alignment perspective.
Bring statutory compliance and best practice capability ahead of needs by using a commercially maintained and developed solution with ongoing roadmap and development plans.
SCAFFOLD LEARNER SUCCESS WITH PROACTIVE SUPPORT
Focus on retention and completion rates by having information that better matches students with courses before enrolment and identifying students at risk.
Capture the data required to market and deliver microunits and micro-courses with dedicated approval workflows.
Achieve curriculum agility through sophisticated tools to plan multiple recommended sequences based on different learner profiles.
Provide students with the short and long-term support they need to complete their studies successfully.
Present a powerful curriculum that works for multiple scenarios such as selection of primary and graduate degree programmes or in the context of micro-credentials and the future of life-long learning.
OPTIMISE CURRICULUM TO ACHIEVE CORE BUSINESS OBJECTIVES
Drive coherent data lead decisions on resources, course and programme planning, designing, modifying and retiring.
Ensure all new and existing investments are targeting the core business objectives such as student acquisition, staff productivity, quality improvement and resource efficiency.