Graduate Attributes, Learning and Employability

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-5341-2 (Print) 978-1-4020-5342-9 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

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    Pages 1-15

    Introduction

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    Pages 17-47

    Nature And Development of Generic Attributes

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    Pages 49-65

    Graduate Attributes in an Age of Uncertainty

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    Pages 67-89

    Graduate Attributes and Changing Conceptions of Learning

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    Pages 91-104

    Graduate Employability and Lifelong Learning: A Need for Realism?

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    Pages 105-124

    The OECD: Its Role in the Key Competencies Debate and in the Promotion of Lifelong Learning

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    Pages 125-148

    Graduate Attributes and the Transition to Higher Education

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    Pages 149-167

    Academics’ Understandings of Generic Graduate Attributes: A Conceptual Basis for Lifelong Learning

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    Pages 169-186

    Skills Development: Ten Years of Evolution from Institutional Specification to a more Student-Centred Approach

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    Pages 187-205

    Lifelong Learning, Graduate Capabilities and Workplace Learning

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    Pages 207-220

    Work-Based Learning, Graduate Attributes and Lifelong Learning

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    Pages 221-242

    Generic Attributes and the First Job: Graduates’ Perceptions and Experiences

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    Pages 243-265

    Constructing Professionals’ Employ-Abilities: Conditions for Accomplishment

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    Pages 267-307

    Synthesis: A Lifelong Learning Framework for Graduate Attributes