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The process of defining graduate attributes

I am aware others are grappling with how to define graduate attributes, so I thought it helpful to share the approach that we took. As part of a whole university curriculum review, and a strategy review, we set about trying … Continue reading

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Graduation

Yesterday – November 26th 2008 – it was a joy to finally get to meet the researchers who I have facilitated for three years, but never actually met, but most of who I felt I knew. It was a very … Continue reading

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AISHE (belated)

Shirley reminded me that I never blogged the AISHE trip. Some belated thoughts then …  AISHE was an excellent two day conference bringing together excellent practice from higher education around the world. The variety was rich, presentations included mentoring/peer support, … Continue reading

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Conference at The Centre for Learning and Teaching Research, Edge Hill University

On Thursday Kevin Thompson and I went to Edge Hill University in Ormskirk to present the research paper Learning to learn through real world inquiry in the virtual paradigm (extended abstract here ).  A number of emerging themes from our presentation (emerging from dialogue with … Continue reading

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