Building digital and employability capabilities into the curriculum

Andrea J. Cameron*

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Abstract

Abertay University aims to integrate industry-relevant skills and attributes into its degree courses to ensure graduates can succeed in a competitive job market. Tackling the key challenges of the modern age, courses on offer at the university range from computer game design and ethical hacking to biomedical, environmental, sports and exercise science.

This case study outlines the steps taken to award credit to e-portfolio-based assignments on undergraduate sports and exercise degrees to enhance student employability through skills of reflection and the development of a professional profile on social media.
Original languageEnglish
TypeCase study
Media of outputtext
PublisherJisc
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2019

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