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Guidelines on Off-campus Study in Research Degrees »01 August 2008

Guidelines supplementing College regulations on off-campus study by research students. Approved by the Postgraduate Research Students Committee in May 2002; updated by the Graduate School in July 2012.

Guidelines on the Audio Recording of Lectures and Oral Sessions for Students with Disabilities »01 May 2007

Approved by College Teaching Committee October 2006; revised May 2007.

Health and Safety Policy Statement »10 October 2011

Statement of general policy, responsibilities and arrangements in respect of health and safety proection. Policy applies to the health and safety of staff, visitors and members of the public using its premises and facilities. Approved by the Health and Management Group, October 2011

Human Tissue Act - Standard Operating Procedure for the Creation, Retention and Destruction of Research Records »07 June 2012

The purpose of this Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is to describe the creation and retention of research documents associated the collection of HTA relevant material. It also details the procedure for document destruction. Approved by the Human Tissue Act Governance Group 7 June 2012.

Human Tissue Act Compliance Audit for the Research Sector »06 November 2012

The purpose of this Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is to describe the audit arrangements in place to monitor compliance with the Human Tissue Act. Revisions approved by the Human Tissue Act Governance Group 6 November 2012.

Information Security Policy »09 October 2013

The policy covers risk management, compliance with legislation, individual accountability and data security.

Initial EIA Screening Form »13 December 2005

Appendix 2 of the Equalities Impact Assessment Guidance. Form to be completed for College policies to assess whether a policy requires a full equalities impact assessment.

Interim Gender Equality Scheme 2010-2012 »14 March 2011

The Interim Gender Equality Scheme 2010-2012 sets out to promote diversity and equality of opportunity with regard to gender; support the College's commitment to targeting gender discrimination and to identify and remove any barriers to progress. The scheme succeeds the College's Gender Equality Scheme 2008 which was drafted in accordance with the Equality Act 2006. Approved by Principal's Central Team, 14 March 2011

International Strategy »01 December 2009

Summary of the College's International Strategy, approved by the Principal's Office in December 2009.

IT Acceptable Use Policy »07 October 2013

Conditions of use of the College's IT facilities, incorporating the JANET Acceptable Use Policy.

IT Network Services, Systems and Electronic Communications Monitoring Policy »15 September 2008

Policy on the monitoring of electronic communications and of the College's network services and systems. Approved by Principal's Central Team 15 September 2008.

Key Principles to Effective Assessment Feedback for staff »01 January 2010

Guidelines for staff on the importance of effective feedback, in the university context, to enable students to understand the different forms of feedback, how to benefit from them, and recognise when feedback is being given.

Library Policy on Gifts and Bequests »01 June 2012

Library policy on gifts of books, journals, other published material, archives and manuscripts. Approved by th Director of Library Services June 2012.

Library services collection development and management policy »02 September 2013

This covers all libraries, library stores, archives and intermediate record stores managed by staff of Library Services regardless of site. Updated September 2013.

Living Knowledge 2010: A Five-Year Information & Knowledge Strategy »01 March 2005

Five year strategy to support the creation, use, sharing and preservation of information and knowledge in support of research, teaching and administration.

Maintaining Good Relations in the College Community »01 June 2009

Statement of the College's commitment to freedom of enquiry, speech, thought, conscience and religion, freedom of expression, and freedom of assembly, and how that will be implemented to reflect legal requirements and the balance between the rights and interests of different sections of the community. Supports the College Policy and Procedures in Respect of Permissible Activities.