Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Maria Dawson in Madrid

Maria Dawson (Combined Subjects) has recently given a paper entitled 'Student voice: "Personalize my learning"' at the 5th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation in Madrid (19th-21st November 2012). The paper reports on a project which explored students' understandings of the notion of 'employability' and encouraged them to build the relationship between HE and graduate employability in a way that makes sense to them. Maria's findings revealed that transition from undergraduate status to graduate 'work-ready' status requires high-intensity support by academic and student-centred staff teams.


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