Case studies…

See below for case studies regarding embedding employability capabilities.

Case studies from staff perceptions of employability


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The following case studies relate to conversations we had with university staff about their perceptions about is what capabilities students need, their uncertainty about the possibility of embedding employability into courses, and the barriers they face in doing so.

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SLICC case study


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This case study highlights the online Student-Led, Individually-Created Courses (SLICCs) that have been developed at the The University of Edinburgh. These courses allow students to create their own project from beginning to end. In doing so, students “gain credit for self-initiated, independently-led and self-directed learning… largely undertaken independently of university supervision.” (University of Edinburgh)

As well as downloading our report below, (coming soon) click here to see our blog on the SLICCs.

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Case studies from talking to positive deviants


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The following case studies relate to conversations we had with academics known for their successful employability teaching when gaining validity and practical relevance for the 4Es pedagogical framework. 

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Faculty case study


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