Learning Communities Forum

Transformation, e-learning and pedagogy: the TESEP project’s story
12.30pm – 2pm, Tuesday 22nd April 2008
Venue: H113, Caledonian Academy

The Caledonian Academy is pleased to announce a Learning Communities Forum on 22nd April 2008. This event is open to all staff with an interest in how pedagogy can underpin institutional change, and the role that e-learning can play in this.

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Employability at GCU: The Real WoRLD Project

Real WoRLD stands for ‘Realising Work-Related Learning Diffusion’. Work-related learning is a key component of Glasgow Caledonian University’s Teaching, Learning and Assessment Strategy. One of its strategic goals is to build students’ competencies in the skills demanded by employers in a knowledge economy. This new project, organised by the Caledonian Academy, aims to raise the profile of employability across the university through encouraging all schools to embed work-related learning activities into their programmes, use innovative approaches in learning and teaching to enhance their students’ professional skills and engage with employers on a regular basis. View project website