Sorry – this page couldn’t be found
The page you were expecting to see may have been moved to another part of the site. We've carried out an automatic search to help you locate it.
If the page you expected to see is not listed here please use the Contact Us form to leave us some details and we’ll get back in touch with you promptly. We’re sorry but we cannot answer any queries over the phone.
The impact of socio-cultural factors and contemporary patterns of employment on students' career aspirations, self-efficacy and motivation levels
A presentation from the HEA Annual Conference, 2012. We present the findings of a five year longitudinal project which, using a large scale survey and in-depth interviews, captured the views of undergraduate music students studying at the Guildhall School ...
tool for use by first-year HND computing students is introduced. The aim is to help improve the ... students’ ability for self-directed learning, via the mechanism of evaluating the code they have written. As ... the tool is online, students can use it anytime, any number of times, without over-burdening the ...
Enhance employability skills in work placements with the use of blogs as a reflective peer-peer learning tool: lessons learned
employability skills in the College of Science, Dublin Institute of Technology, we have looked at maximising the ... experiences to be shared within the class. We identified key requirements and resources to prepare, support ... and engage students in all aspects of the assessment. We will discuss these resources and activities, ...
Self-reliance also becomes an important factor that can positively affect student’s employability. However, we ... re-visiting the concept of academic self-efficacy, and elevating it as pillar for retention, active ... supporting the impact of high academic self-efficacy levels on these important dimensions. However, while ...
takes a different approach or gives more detailed guidance, particularly when they are struggling with ... resources to guide them in adopting the discourse and conventions associated with their chosen discipline ...