Strengthening the programme focus;
strengthening the student learning experience
Academic Professional Development staff conference, Friday 14 June 2013, Craiglockhart
An opportunity to learn more about – and contribute to – discussions focused on the University’s move to a programme-based approach:
• enabling student identity with their programmes
• developing graduate attributes
• adopting programme-based assessment
• ensuring student achievement and satisfaction.
A Very Ambitious Target?
Why Do They Only Use Google? Embedding digital literacy skills in programme design
Strengthening the Student Learning Experience in the Post PC Era
A Bright (Red) Future for Graduate Employability
Widening Horizons: developing and delivering an international student experience
Fit for Purpose: embedding evidence based practice within the Nursing Programme
Fostering cross-programme research projects to build employability skills
Driving Forward a Programme Based Approach: a skills passport project
Supporting the development of professional person centred communication across the Nursing & Midwifery Programme
Supporting staff to support students with dyslexia: online dyslexia awareness module
The Edinburgh Napier Graduate Employability Project
A collaborative, programme-based approach to developing ‘Confident employable graduates’
Marking students’ essays “face to face”, a way to improve NSS scores on feedback?
The Business School and the Graduate Employability Project
Careers and the Graduate Employability Project: providing additional student support by enhancing existing faculty provision