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  • John Jackson 11:54 am on May 1, 2015 Permalink |
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    Evaluating student experience in industry projects. 

    Cara Lee Roth and I have been invited to present another instance of the ‘Evaluating Student Experience in Industry Projects’ workshop at the LCC Learning and Teaching Day – which will take place at LCC next week – 6 May 2015.

    Description of workshop:

    SEE and CLTAD have developed a teaching tool for evaluating students’ engagement in industry projects. This tool can help course teams to evaluate the impact of industry projects, enhance enterprise and employability and also inform curriculum design and learning and teaching strategies on how to measure student experience.

    Tutors and students are often negotiating a series of tensions that come to the fore in the setting up and running of industry projects. The findings of the research project are presented as tensions intentionally to provoke debate.

    The teaching tool developed from this study is intended as reflection for students and a resource for tutors who wish to reflect on their design and support of industry projects.

    For more information about the LCC Learning and teaching day have a look at the programme.

    To book onto the above workshop – please go direct to the event booking page.

     
  • John Jackson 11:41 am on November 23, 2012 Permalink |
    Tags: , enterprise, Enterprise Week, , , SEE,   

    Improving your Prospects through Online Profiles 

    Improving your prospects through online profilesOn the 15th November at LCC I had the pleasure of taking part in a SEE Event held as part of Enterprise Week entitled ‘Improving your prospects through online profiles’.

    This brought together 6 speakers and a lively audience comprising mainly UAL students and alumni to debate and explore ways in which online profiles can be beneficial – as well as reviewing the potential pitfalls and how to avoid and recover from them.

    This was an extremely interesting and enjoyable event which explored a wide variety of themes related to online profiles, digital identity and digital life – for more information have a look @: http://goo.gl/rlYrR

     
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