How can EdTech support graduate employability?
Keywords:Graduate Employability, Skills Analytics, Learning Analytics
Pressure is mounting upon universities to ensure that our graduates are employable. Business and governments increasingly demand that graduates are equipped with skills and competencies that map into labour market needs. But students often struggle to choose courses, subjects and activities that will support their career goals and aspirations. This paper introduces an approach designed at UTS which aims to embed a skills analytics tool at key transition points for our students. The need to support such tools will a well-grounded learning design is discussed, along with the need to move beyond a “one size fits all” model for supporting EdTech tools. A solution that utilises a series of modules in the LMS is introduced.
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