Universities, Colleges & Schools

The first modules came out on time.

Universities and colleges that have benefitted from Wordhouse support include:

Henley Business School

During the initial development of its e-learning MBA programme, Henley Business School  called on Wordhouse to help its in-house materials development team to produce the first modules to ensure the programme was launched on time. The Wordhouse team’s role was to copy-edit the materials for grammar, punctuation, consistency and conformity to house style. On certain modules, more substantive editing was involved, to ensure that the materials met HMC’s stringent requirements concerning technical accuracy and narrative style. Finally, Wordhouse identified materials requiring copyright clearance. The first modules came out on time.

University of Bedfordshire

The Business School, one of the largest faculties within this rapidly developing University, commissioned Wordhouse to develop and produce modular study guides for different versions of its e-learning MBA. Wordhouse is currently involved in the revision and updating of the online study guides – identifying, briefing and managing the work of writers and editors.

University of Sunderland

Wordhouse is currently providing project management and editorial services for the development of a wide range of distance learning courses being re-launched by the University of Sunderland’s Business School. Over 20 modules are being developed, for a range of BA (Hons) courses on business and business-related subjects, and an international MBA, for delivery in print and online. Wordhouse is sourcing and commissioning suitably qualified writers, managing them through the writing, reviewing and editorial processes, and delivering finished learning modules to Sunderland for onward delivery to students on the Sunderland campus as well as via Sunderland’s overseas partner institutions.