The PASS (Programme Assessment Strategies) Project 2010-13, funded by the HE Academy's NTFS project strand, aimed to confront a fundamental issue for every HE course/programme leader: how to design an effective, efficient, inclusive and sustainable assessment strategy which delivers the key course/programme outcomes.

Five years on, there is growing interest in the ideas and resources which came out of the PASS Project (eg recent workshops and keynotes at different UK universities), and two of the programme teams featured in the original case studies have had their work recognised by HEA Collaborative Awards for Teaching Excellence (CATE).

To reflect this growing interest and expertise, we are committed to revise the PASS project website by requesting updates from the original case studies and also giving other programme teams the opportunity to raise their profile and disseminate relevant initiatives.

The webiste will also be updated soon to include latest developments in programme assessment strategies and other relevant resources.

We welcome your contribution - please send us an update on your developments by completing this relatively short questionnaire.

Ruth Whitfield, Project Lead, University of Bradford
Prof Peter Hartley, Edge Hill University (