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  • Litchfield, Andrew; Dyson, Laurel; Lawrence, Elaine; Bachfischer, Agnieszka (Centre for Educational Development, Nanyang Technological University, 2007)
    This paper aims to inform readers of suggested directions for researching how mobile technology can enhance active student learning. These directions are informed by an online survey of our students in early 2007 and a ...
  • Nettleton, Skye; Litchfield, Andrew; Taylor, Tracy (HERDSA, 2008)
    Since the 1990s universities have faced increasing pressure to better prepare graduates for the workforce. Employers, professional societies and the government are increasingly calling for graduates who are work-ready. In ...
  • Sixsmith, Alan; Litchfield, Andrew (Australian Computer Society Inc., 2010)
    Government, employers and professional societies want university graduates who are more ready for work. The UTS Work-Ready Project is a curriculum renewal initiative that aims to improve graduates' professional attributes ...
  • Litchfield, Andrew; Nettleton, Skye; Taylor, Tracy (ACEN, 2008)
    The paper presents the University of Technology Sydneys (UTS) 2007-8 curriculum renewal project `Improving students work-ready knowledge and skills. The project aims to improve graduates professional attributes and ...
  • Raban, Ryszard; Litchfield, Andrew (Learning and Teaching Unit, RMIT University, 2009)
    The ability to assess the work of oneself and others are core attributes for professionals. The development of these attributes in our students requires the learning of self and peer evaluation, feedback, reflection and ...
  • Litchfield, Andrew; Nettleton, Skye (Ascilite, 2008)
    The paper presents the background, design and formative evaluation of a wiki of workready learning activities and teaching support resources to improve the learning of professional graduate attributes. The `Improving ...