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245 00 Higher education and the future of graduate employability 
       :|ba connectedness learning approach /|cedited by Ruth 
       Bridgstock, Neil Tippett 
264  1 Cheltenham, UK ;|aNorthampton, MA :|bEdward Elgar 
300    xvii, 278 pages :|billustrations ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
336    still image|bsti|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
520    Starting from the premise that learning and career 
       development happen naturally and optimally through 
       collaboration and social relationships, this book 
       challenges the dominant employability skills discourse by 
       exploring socially connected and networked perspectives to
       learning and teaching in higher education. With 10 
       empirical case studies of educational practice, chapters 
       investigate the development of learner capabilities, 
       teaching approaches, and institutional strategies to 
       foster lifelong graduate employability through social 
       connectedness. The book argues that higher education 
       institutions have placed themselves at a disadvantage in 
       learning and teaching by limiting and prescribing 
       interactions that prevent multidisciplinary and cross-
       functional collaboration, and embeddedness into wider 
       industry and community networks. The book offers new 
       strategies and pedagogic approaches that can support 
       learners to build, maintain and make the most of social 
       connections for purposeful participation in life and work.
       It also demonstrates how universities can forge effective 
       partnerships internally as well as with industry and 
       community partners to ensure the relevance and vibrancy of
       university learning. Offering an alternative perspective 
       on learning and teaching in higher education with 
       international relevance, this book is a practical resource
       that can be used by educators to inform teaching practice 
       and curriculum development. It will be essential for 
       university leadership, as well as academics and 
       researchers focused on education policy and university 
650  0 Education, Higher 
650  0 College teaching 
650  0 Employability 
700 1  Bridgstock, Ruth,|eeditor 
700 1  Tippett, Neil,|eeditor 
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