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Perspectives on Program MedCUL : Timeline & Description of course elements

A timeline: 1. Kick-off, 2. Hand in project plan, 3. Submission of progress repport, 4. Response on draught, 5. submission of report, 6. Response on report, 7. Oral project presentation

Description of course elements

Kick-off and Workshop
The course introduction takes place in two steps:

At our kick-off  the course learning objectives and the criteria for the project report are clarified.

Project ideas can be shared and potential collaborations identifiedYour work will influence many colleagues around you and you are also welcome to collaborate with others who attend the course. You then write a joint report.The course's learning objectives and assssment criteria are essential frameworks for the project. Support of the process are the meetings with collegial discussions and group supervision, as well as peer review on the written work..


Project plan
Two weeks after the course kick-off, you submit your project plan. The purpose is to have a clear idea of the framework for your project. Below is a checklist that can be used as a template and a link to a folder in LU Box where the project plan is to be uploaded. 

Checklist for Project Plan (maximum 1200 words)

  • The competences the students will develop are:
  • Our plans for the tuning points that will be needed to follow the students' learning are:
  • We intend to collaborate with:        Because:
  • Our work/changes will affect (within programs, between programs):
  • The resources we intend to use are: 
  • The time-plan looks like this:
  • We will know that the project is completed when: 
  • We plan to present the project as follows (Teachers Connect, program meeting, board meeting, conference):
  • The project reflects the learning outcomes of Perspective on program as follows:
  • This is what we have to do right away:

Two weeks after the course kick-off you submit your project plan.

Tuning points

Tutoring  takes place in Zoom, see dates below.The purpose is to gain insight into other projects and to give / receive feedback on questions and thoughts that have arisen along the way.

Sign up in Box and you will receive a Zoomlink to the meeting.

Tuesday 6/10 at 11am-12pm

Friday 23/10 at 1-2pm

Thursday 5/11 at 3-4pm

Wednesday 18/11 at 1-2pm

Thursday 10/12 at 11am-12pm

Progress report
We welcome continuous progress reports to make sure that the work developes and to get an indication of your need for support. In parallell to your work please always keep an eye on the course outcomes and criterias for the final report to make sure you are heading in the right direction.


Peer review on draft
Towards the end of your project, you exchange feedback with other course participants; you give and receive response from each other. How you give feedback and discuss need not be documented. In Box there is a document called "Booking List" where you enter your name for a period that suits you.

Project report
Your project is to contribute to the education by carrying out change work rooted in educational literature, which is the purpose of the project and the product that goes into the organization. The project report is written based on the course's criteria and learning objectives, see the start page. What you have done is presented to colleagues in a context that you think is appropriate, for example at Teachers Connect.It can also be a conference or meeting and your task is then to present and discuss your project, preferably with a focus on joint discussion

At the end of the course, your report should be submitted to Urkund. Since this is used for faculty students, we find it valuable that you yourself experienced how it works.

Here you can see how the process of Urkund works: 

You can read about it from a student perspective here:

After you read about Urkund you send in your report file to[at]  (replace [at] with @ in the address)

Every teacher at Lund University can have an e-mail address at Urkund. The e-mail address follows the principle of [at]