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Lead: Sally Turnbull
Thursday 29th July 2015, Kings College London
Guardian University Guide: ‘value-added’ explained
The value-added score has long been the feature of the Guardian University Guide that sets it apart from other newspaper league tables. Based upon a sophisticated indexing methodology that tracks students from enrolment to graduation, qualifications upon entry are compared with the award that a student receives at the end of their studies to identify the unique impact of the teaching within each university.
But how does it actually work?
Matt Hiely-Rayner of Intelligent Metrix shed light on the detailed methodology in this half-day session aimed at those working in higher education and responsible for briefing colleagues on league table matters. Matt's presentation is available online and you watch the video below:
You can find any relevant resources on the League Tables Resources page.