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Category Archives: Events
At the end of another period of working with lecturers from overseas I thought it would be useful to pause for thought and identify lessons from working in the area of transnational staff development. I have just completed my third … Continue reading
Today I was at the HEFCE Employer Engagement Conference at The Studio in Manchester. This event brought together very many practitioners involved in working with employers to support leaning through, at and for work. Across a wide range of sessions … Continue reading
Tonight, at the University of Derby Work-based Futures V conference, we saw the launch of a new book titled “Making employer and university partnerships work – accredited employer-led learning” (published with Libri). Exemplifying excellent and innovative practice from across a … Continue reading
5 Thoughts from the Jisc event – Employer Responsive Provision: Designing, delivering and supporting flexible learning opportunities
A productive day at Aston University spent with colleagues sharing thoughts and practices around employer engagement design, technology, assessment and policy. The main emerging points for me from today…. The HE sector is rising to the challenge of working with … Continue reading
Placement and work based learning View more presentations from Lydia Arnold.