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Embedding delivery in the modern age: data, technology and scalability, IN Phoenix, No 157 Jun 2019, pp18-19

Outlines a new initiative at Liverpool University aiming to improve careers advice for students. Explains that a student-led Career Studio drop-in has been created and a Data, Tech and Communications team analyses engagement data, Careers Registration data and module attendance data allowing a better focus on students’ employability. Outlines the work that has been done with the university’s chemistry department creating a support package for students as they enter a crucial stage of their career planning at the start of their third year of studies. Describes how students get lectures on job applications, practice assessment centre experience and a practice video interview to help them improve their employability skills. Considers that the new delivery model prioritises the building of effective relationships with academics and encourages students to engage with the employability process.

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Author:
Williams, Iwan
Year:
2019
Pages:
2
Ref No:
A64069
Source:
Journal article.

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