Thursday, 23 June 2011

Fwd: Outduction: Enhancing the final year experience

Outduction: Enhancing the final year experience
6 September 2011

Venue: Cambridge Cottage, Kew Gardens, London

This free one-day event has been arranged to mark the conclusion of the Outduction project which has been run by Kingston University and the University of Bradford. We aim to present our findings and share our experiences with the wider higher education community. Places at the event are limited to 60.

Keynote speakers are Nicolette Lee, Academic Director, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne and Professor Geoff Layer, outgoing Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University of Bradford and Vice Chancellor designate at the University of Wolverhampton. Delegates will have opportunity to participate in workshops that explore six key themes that have emerged from the project: the role of student interns, PDP and learner autonomy, Transitions, Employability, The Resilient Graduate and Final Year projects and shows.

To book a place contact Marion Webb (

or Tracy Evans (


 for more information.






Marion Webb

Deputy Director of Academic Development and Head of Learning and Teaching Development

Academic Development Centre

Kingston University

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