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Employability Scholarship Network Event

This event took place on 25th September 2019 at 11:00am (10:00 GMT)

Changing the way the game is played: early findings. Helen Wilding, Associate Lecturer, STEM

The Applied Systems Thinking in Practice (ASTiP) group are undertaking eSTEeM funded research into their own, and others, experience and practice of curriculum development in relation to a concern for the workplace capabilities of students.  They will share some early findings from engaging and reflecting.


A feasibility study for developing a 3D computer simulation to foster interprofessional learning and developing.   Sharif Haider, Lecturer, HWSC – WELS

Unlike Education and Business discipline use of virtual simulation to train nurses and social workers have not been widely used but a number of systematic reviews in relation to simulation games indicated their positive impact on learners.  

Sharif will also be sharing the purpose, research design, findings, originality and conclusion of the study.

The webcast was open to 1500 users

(60 minutes)