Research-teaching linkages: enhancing graduate attributes

Kevan M A Gartland, Edward J Wood

    Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

    Abstract

    This Enhancement Themes project - Research-Teaching Linkages: enhancing graduate attributes - has over the last two years asked institutions, departments, faculties, disciplines, staff and students to reflect on the intended outcomes of HE, and has examined how links between research and teaching can help develop 'research-type' graduate attributes. The 'attributes' in question are the high-level generic attributes that are necessary to allow our graduates to contribute to and thrive in a super-complex and uncertain future where the ability to question, collate, present and make judgements, quite often with limited or unknown information, is increasingly important; key attributes, it is argued, that are necessary for our graduates to contribute effectively to Scotland's civic, cultural and economic future prosperity.
    The Enhancement Theme adopted a broad, inclusive definition of research to embrace practice/consultancy-led research; research of local economic significance; contributions to the work of associated research institutes or other universities; and various types of practice-based and applied research including performances, creative works and industrial or professional secondments.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationGlasgow
    PublisherQAA Scotland
    Commissioning bodyThe Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education
    Number of pages64
    ISBN (Print)9781844828678
    Publication statusPublished - 2008

    Keywords

    • graduate attributes
    • graduate skills
    • Higher Education
    • HE
    • research
    • teaching

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