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SCAPP Articulation Working Group

Role and Remit:

  • To maintain a community of practice to support practitioners who have an interest or role in articulation and the pathways between school, college and university as part of the broader learner journey
  • To contribute to consultations and requests for information relating to articulation
  • To support and help implement recommendations as appropriate from the National Articulation Forum report and any future reports and recommendations arising from the US/CS Joint Articulation Group
  • To engage with policy makers to influence the development of articulation policy at a national level
  • To work with agencies to ensure access and better use of data pertaining to articulation
  • To support learning, knowledge and understanding of the range of learner pathways of practitioners and influencers
  • To raise and share issues related to articulation to help raise the profile and importance of articulation across the sector
  • To share information relating to articulation planning and best practice by highlighting and celebrating success
  • To disseminate information, reports and developments related to articulation activity made available from a variety of agencies and stakeholders
  • To identify opportunities for appropriate networking events



Members of Group

Sally Middleton, University of Aberdeen (Co-Chair)

Carole Mooney, Edinburgh Napier University (Co-Chair)

Muriel Alexander, SCAPP Development Manager

Marie Anderson, Glasgow Clyde College

Lisa Baxter, Forth Valley College

Karen Cullen, Queen Margaret University

Alison Hillis, University of the West of Scotland

Nicola Mulholland, New College Lanarkshire

Andy Shea, Glasgow Caledonian University

James Short, Dundee and Angus College