Co-curricular for graduate employability

Shelley Kinash

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePresentationResearch

    28 Downloads (Pure)


    -Employability research outcomes based on 705 surveys and 147 in-depth interviews/focus groups
    -Why co-curricular activity is the secret to enhancing graduate employability
    -Beyond Bond: Embedding co-curricular activities in curriculum via badges
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 16 Feb 2015
    EventThe 2nd Annual Future of Learning in Higher Education Summit - Sydney, Australia
    Duration: 16 Feb 201517 Feb 2015
    Conference number: 2


    ConferenceThe 2nd Annual Future of Learning in Higher Education Summit
    OtherThe 2nd annual Future of Learning in Higher Education Summit main theme is Leading change in teaching and learning. In addition to four targeted streams, there will be a Pecha Kucha session highlighting T&L “easy wins” – cost effective, simple-to-implement initiatives – and an interactive Knowledge Café to maximise the exchange of insights and experiences between delegates. There will be a particular focus on overcoming challenges in implementation, with case studies from a wide range of public and private institutions highlighting how insights from education research can be translated into workable real world initiatives – dealing with cultural, budgetary and logistical challenges along the way. Presentations from: Professor Peter Bol, Vice Provost for Learning Advances, Harvard University Professor Anthony Smith, Vice Provost (Education & Student Affairs), UCL Dr Diane Lee, Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Education, University of Maryland - Baltimore County Professor Alec Cameron, DVC (Education), University of Western Australia Highlights of the conference include: Active learning in online environments Transition and retention strategies Graduate capabilities and employability Pecha Kucha session on “easy wins” Interactive Knowledge Café on overcoming barriers to change


    Dive into the research topics of 'Co-curricular for graduate employability'. Together they form a unique fingerprint.

    Cite this