Designed for Widening Participation professionals
NERUPI is a partnership of over 70 higher education organisations working together to create a new approach to evaluation using the framework developed by Annette Hayton, University of Bath and Dr Andrew Bengry, Bath Spa University.
Funders, researchers, managers and practitioners are all keen to know whether activities are having an effect. But measuring impact is not straightforward, particularly in this field where context is so critical. Nevertheless it is important that interventions have clear aims related to the underlying reasons for inequalities to provide a sound basis for delivery.
The praxis-based NERUPI Framework provides this and, combined with our workshops and resources, the Network is a growing community for those seeking to reduce inequalities in higher education.
News and Events
Update from Annette Hayton, NERUPI Convenor
Experiences of Outreach in the Pandemic: Uni Connect Collaborative Research
The Post-Covid Shift to Digital Learning & Teaching - A Review of Practice
- Clearly defined aims The NERUPI Framework sets out defined aims and outcomes which are the key to effective evaluation
- Underpins the design of activities Combining theory and practice the Framework identifies the key elements of a WP programme or individual activity
- Shared language Clear aims, objectives and outcomes provide a common language for WP professionals, academic staff and teachers engaged in developing and delivering activities
- Works for all age groups With objectives and learning outcomes grouped into different levels the Framework can encompass activities for all age groups
- 1. Design Plan a university outreach activity
- 2. Evaluate Evaluate using NERUPI’s 5 over-arching aims
- 3. Report Report success in a consistent and formulated way