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    University of the Highlands and Islands, Business and Leisure, Literature Review Presentation 2013 University of the Highlands and Islands, Business and Leisure, Literature Review Presentation 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • Experiential and Work-based Learning:a Perspective on the Literature –Interim ThoughtsGlasgow14th February 2013Dr Rob MacphersonSubject Network Leader, Business & Leisure;Chair, UHI Employability Working GroupLiam McLaughlanGraduate student, UHI Business & Leisure
    • Reviewing theLiterature
    • ExperientialEducationJobShadowingSimulationsStudyAbroadWorkPlacementSummerSchoolsInternshipFieldTripsResearchProjectsVolunteeringServiceLearningGuestLecturesClinicalPracticeCo-operativeEducationCapstoneCourseCaseStudiesCommunityEngagement
    • Experiential and Work-based Learning:a Perspective on the LiteratureInterim Thoughts: Literature Review• provides a contextual background to a range ofbooks, journals and online publications in relation to work-based, work-related and experiential learning• the purpose is to review and examine the current literatureand consider the significance of work-based, work-relatedand experiential learning for students, businesses anduniversities• it will draw on knowledge based mainly in current Britishliterature but also will reflect on key learning offered byNorth American literature and broader perspectives
    • Experiential and Work-based Learning:a Perspective on the LiteratureInterim Thoughts: Literature Review• speaking to what is needed within the University of theHighlands and Islands and its Placement Suite• but, equally, trying to draw evidence-based conclusions forthe benefit of the sector generally and the employabilitytheme specifically• inclusive rather than exclusive• speaking to the cathedral rather than the choir• linked to up-to-date bibliography of books, journals andonline publications in relation to work-based, work-relatedand experiential learning
    • Collating theBibliography
    • Experiential and Work-based Learning:a Perspective on the LiteratureInterim Thoughts: Bibliography• only two weeks in!• aim is a one-stop shop in relation to work-based, work-relatedand experiential learning• 40+ journals and e-journals• 1,000+ articles, monographs, collections and other publications• 500+ web-links and key site links• boundaries still being defined….• focus on post-2000 work, but drawing on key earlier materials• access, maintenance and currency are issues still to be fullyresolved
    • Experiential and Work-based Learning:a Perspective on the LiteratureInterim Thoughts: Bibliography
    • Experiential and Work-based Learning:a Perspective on the LiteratureInterim Thoughts: Bibliography