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From employability to ‘complexability’: Creatour – a construct for preparing students for creative work and life
Abstract Higher Education (HE) students and employers within the creative industries dismiss prevailing ‘employability’ skills as inadequate. The author discovers the ‘bottom up’ reality that entry into the creative ...
Introduction: What Would a Radical Policy for Further and Higher Education Look Like?
(Centre for Labour and Social Studies, 2019-05)
Co-operation, Technology and the Commons: Knowledge Production without the University.
(Trentham Books, 2019)
On autonomy and the technological abolition of academic labour
As the global higher education sector is re-engineered through real subsumption inside the logic of competition, academic labour is increasingly proletarianised through the desperate search for relative surplus value. As ...
Delivering What Students say they Want On-line: Towards Academic Participation in the Enfranchisement of e-Learners?
(Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 2006)
Sustainable e-Learning holds the promise of enabling higher education to meet the needs of a large and diverse market. Central to this is the response of academic staff teams in meeting the needs of individual learners, ...
Giving students effective written feedback
(Taylor and Francis, 2013-01)
New Horizons in online peer-learning
Designing for difference: lessons from a cross-disciplinary implementation of Universal Design for Learning
(University of Utah, 2017-04-19)
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a pedagogical framework that seeks to provide students with flexible ways of learning, flexiblestudyresources,andflexiblewaysoftestinglearning. Just as Universal Design (UD) provides ...
On the abolition of academic labour: the relationship between intellectual workers and mass intellectuality.
(tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique, 2014)
This article analyses the ways in which academic labour as a productive activity is subsumed inside the circuits and cycles of finance capital. These circuits are redefining universities as transnational associations of ...