Harnessing technology to support graduate employability

Activity: Disseminating Research Invited talk


Panel discusion


- How can we measure and improve students’ soft and hard skills for the marketplace?
- Leveraging Virtual Reality (VR) in preparing students at higher educational levels for the workforce
– how could edtech help in exposing them to what they might be doing in the
- Can AR and VR measure student skills through education and help them get an
appropriate job?
- Maximizing the opportunities offered by online learning
- How can apprenticeships for vocational subjects best use technology?
- Using tech to develop graduate attitudes and behaviours
- Examples of effective use of technology to improve student employability internationally

Confirmed panellists:
Jolanta Golanowska, Director of Learning Innovation, IE Business School
Michelle Olmstead, Director, Centre for Innovation, Leiden University
Mark Frydenberg, Sr. Lecturer and Director of Computer Information Systems Sandbox, Bentley University
Kirsty Kiezebrink, Dean for Educational Innovation, University of Aberdeen
Period9 Jun 2020
Event titleFuture EdTech Virtual event: Transforming Higher Education: Maximising student potential in the digital era
Event typeConference
LocationLondon, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational