Tuesday, 7 June 2016

FW: QMUL Educational Research Seminar 23 June - Technology for employability

 

Technology for employability

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QMUL Educational Research Seminar

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Presenter
Lisa Gray

 

Lisa Gray is a Senior Co-Design Manager within the Student Experience team at Jisc, providing leadership on the use of technology-enhanced learning and teaching in Higher and Further Education.  For 10 years she has led a range of innovation and change programmes on the themes of technology-enhanced assessment and curriculum transformation. Lisa has spoken widely on the many ways that technology can enhance assessment and feedback and on the use of e-portfolios to support learning, and has orchestrated a range of highly regarded activities in these areas including the development of advice and guidance materials and series of national workshops.

 

Thursday 23 June 2016

Technology for employability

Presented by: Lisa Gray, Senior Co-Design Manager, JISC

**Lunch Provided**

Date & Time: Thursday 23 June 2016, 1-2pm

Venue: Centre for Academic and Professional Development, Room 3.11, Francis Bancroft Building, Queen Mary University of London Mile End campus.

Please register for this seminar via 
Eventbrite or email the CAPD at capd@qmul.ac.uk – lunch will be provided for those who book, so please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements.

About the seminar:

 This session will explore the findings from a recent national study exploring the role of technology in supporting the development and communication of student employability skills. It will present a framework for visioning how technology can support students to develop their employability skills, introduce the issues and challenges currently being faced, share guidance on how practice can be enhanced, and showcase a range of examples of effective practice across UK HE, FE and skills.  
 


For further details, please visit the CAPD website.



If you have any further enquires please contact capd@qmul.ac.uk

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