Building a cross-disciplinary team – experiences from a work-based learning CETL

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Workman, B., Durrant, A., Critten, P., Partridge, S. and Doncaster, K. 2011. Building a cross-disciplinary team – experiences from a work-based learning CETL. in: Tallantyre, F. and Kettle, J. (ed.) Learning from experience in employer engagement York, UK The Higher Education Academy. pp. 26-33
Chapter titleBuilding a cross-disciplinary team – experiences from a work-based learning CETL
AuthorsWorkman, B., Durrant, A., Critten, P., Partridge, S. and Doncaster, K.
Abstract

This chapter explores how the Centre of Excellence in Work Based Learning (CEWBL) at Middlesex University worked within subject disciplines to extend negotiated work-based learning across the University. It discusses how the CEWBL developed an inter-disciplinary team of ‘WBL co-ordinators’. It also reviews the experiences and lessons learned by the co-ordinators as they sought to integrate WBL within their own very varied subject areas. The chapter focuses on practical achievements and challenges, rather than on problematising WBL itself, its necessity, desirability or its methods.

Research GroupWork and Learning Research Centre
Page range26-33
Book titleLearning from experience in employer engagement
EditorsTallantyre, F. and Kettle, J.
PublisherThe Higher Education Academy
Place of publicationYork, UK
Publication process dates
Deposited13 Jul 2012
Output statusPublished
Web address (URL)https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/knowledge-hub/learning-experience-employer-engagement
LanguageEnglish
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