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Journal Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning

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Ilias Kapareliotis, Katerina Voutsina, Athanasios Patsiotis
Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning; doi:10.1108/heswbl-08-2018-0086

John Hopkins, Amrik Sohal
Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning; doi:10.1108/heswbl-11-2018-0122

Alison Felce
Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning; doi:10.1108/heswbl-10-2018-0106

Rachel Maxwell, Alejandro Armellini
Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, Volume 9, pp 76-91; doi:10.1108/heswbl-02-2018-0016

Abstract:The purpose of this paper is to introduce an evidence-based, transferable framework of graduate attributes and associated university toolkit to support the writing of level-appropriate learning outcomes that enable the university to achieve its mission to Transform Lives + Inspire Change. An iterative process of co-design and co-development was employed to produce both the framework and the associated learning outcomes toolkit. There is tangible benefit in adopting an integrated framework that enables students to develop personal literacy and graduate identity. The toolkit enables staff to write assessable learning outcomes that support student progression and enable achievement of the framework objective. While the framework has been in use for two years, institutional use of the toolkit is still in its early stages. Phase 2 of the project will explore how effectively the toolkit achieves the framework objective. The introduction of a consistent, integrated framework enables students to develop and actively increase personal literacy through the deliberate construction of their unique graduate identity. Embedding the institutional Changemaker attributes alongside the agreed employability skills enables students to develop and articulate specifically what it means to be a “Northampton graduate”. The uniqueness of this project is the student-centred framework and the combination of curricular, extra- and co-curricular initiatives that provide a consistent language around employability across disciplines. This is achieved through use of the learning outcomes toolkit to scaffold student progression.
Netra Neelam, Sonali Bhattacharya, Vishakha Kejriwal, Varsha Bhardwaj, Anshul Goyal, Arushi Saxena, Deeksha Dhawan, Aditya Vaddi, Garima Choudaha
Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, Volume 9, pp 92-106; doi:10.1108/heswbl-03-2018-0025

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Juan Ramón Molina, Francisco Rodríguez Y Silva, Miguel Ángel Herrera
Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, Volume 9, pp 30-40; doi:10.1108/heswbl-03-2018-0031

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Marina Kirstein, Stephen Coetzee, Astrid Schmulian
Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, Volume 9, pp 41-59; doi:10.1108/heswbl-04-2018-0051

Sally Hawse, Leigh Norma Wood
Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, Volume 9, pp 18-29; doi:10.1108/heswbl-02-2018-0014

Denise Baker
Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, Volume 9, pp 2-17; doi:10.1108/heswbl-01-2018-0006

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Adriana Ornellas, Kajsa Falkner, Eva Edman Stålbrandt
Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, Volume 9, pp 107-120; doi:10.1108/heswbl-04-2018-0049

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