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LEGACY Seminars

LEGACY Seminar, January 2016

The LEGACY project had its inaugural Steering Committee meeting with representation from all 18 partners and HE sector representatives also. In the capacity of LEGACY Chair Professor Christina Hughes provided an overview of this new and exciting area - Learning Gain. This short overview summarises the aims of the funding programme, LEGACY objectives, international research undertaken in the USA.

LEGACY Seminar, LG Conceptional Framework June 2016

This seminar was the first in a series of events planned within the lifespan of the LEGACY project. This was an interactive workshop that identifies and addresses how initial research, through student interviews, identifies and determines how students will be engaged with during their involvement of the measurement of learning gain. More information can be determined through contacting the project team.

Employability Seminar, September 2016, Birmingham

This seminar aimed to contextualise Employability in the context of LEGACY as a project investigating learning gain. Dr Nalayini Thambar contextualised 'employability', citing historical approaches adopted both pre and post 1992. Nalayini went on to provide an overview of the Career Adaptabilities strand of activity with Eluned Jones and Anne Wilson providing a summary of the progress made with the International and R2Strengths strands respectively.

LEGACY Seminar - Exploring Learning Gain in HE, 8 February 2017, Nottingham

The University of Nottingham were hosts to this seminar which brought together a summary of Learner Analytics and its relationship to Learning Gain with Dr Camille Kandiko Howson showing the inter-relationship of learner analytics policy and the learning gain programme. Dr Heike Behle, LEGACY Research Fellow summarised employability in research terms and enabling factors of employability. Dr Bob Gilworth, Director of The Careers Group provided an overview of developments in the The Careers Registration project.

Learning Gain: Critical Explorations, 28 September 2017, London

LEGACY hosted an event at The Shard, London where participants heard about developments in the LEGACY project and other LG pilot projects were or are currently being delivered. The event also heard from Professor Paula Ashwin, Lancaster University and Professor Chris Husbands, VC Sheffield Hallam University & TEF Panel Chair. The LEGACY team are thankful for all presenters and session chairs that supported the event. Please follow the link for more details about this event.

LEGACY Seminar, March 2018

The LEGACY project is currently preparing for the next event, its currently anticpated to be held in early March 2018. Please return for details....