‘Ensuring the HEAR is ‘fit for purpose’ in the 21st Century’
A one-day national seminar: 26th April 2016, Kings Manor, the University of York
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Introductions and welcomes Rob Ward, Director, the Centre for Recording Achievement
Implementing the HEAR: perspectives from the University of York. Heather Stout (Assistant Director; Careers, Education, Advice & Guidance) and Jim Irving, (Director; Registry Services).
Beyond the Record: key priorities now for effective implementation. Professor Sir Robert Burgess, Chair, HEAR National Advisory Committee.
Workshop 1: Parallel sessions on the theme of ‘engaging staff and students’.
- Engaging and Supporting Students – the view from Keele. Lisa McWilliams, Head of Careers and Employability, Keele University, and SU representatives.
- Developing Section 6.1 in partnership with students and staff. Joanie Magill & Anthony Crowther, Goldsmiths, University of London.
- An ePortfolio innovation to support student involvement in the HEAR. Trish Lunt, the University of Liverpool and John Couperthwaite, PebblePad
How HEAR data might be useful to graduate recruiters. Martin Edmundson, Gradcore
Fitting the HEAR into national developments and institutional priorities. Professor Sue Rigby, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Student Development), the University of Lincoln, Professor, Institute of Academic Development, the University of Edinburgh.
Workshop 2: Parallel sessions on the theme of ‘Supporting Progression’.
- The ‘Graduate Choices’ project, using the HEAR as a basis for matching postgraduate opportunities to specific student profiles. Alex Johnson, Gradintel.
- Developing Local Strategies for Employer Engagement, a ‘work in progress’ the HEAR Employer Engagement Group.
- The HEAR and SMEs. Martin Edmundson, Gradcore
The HEAR: an update on the technology to support good practice. Ruth Drysdale, Jisc