- Oliver, B. (2019, forthcoming). Making micro-credentials work for learners, employers and providers. Melbourne, Australia, Deakin University.
- Crisp, G and Oliver, B. (2019). Re-imagining graduate achievement and employability in J. Higgs et al. (Eds.), Education for Employability: Learning for Future Possibilities (Volume 1). Brill Sense, 2019. 73-82.
- Oliver, B & Jorre de St Jorre, T. (2018) Graduate attributes for 2020 and beyond: recommendations for Australian higher education providers, Higher Education Research & Development, 37:4, 821-836.
- Jorre de St Jorre, T., Oliver, B. and Chamberlain, J. (2018). Digital disruption meets the academic timetable: start learning anytime. In M. Campbell, J. Willems, C. Adachi, D. Blake, I. Doherty, S. Krishnan, S. Macfarlane, L. Ngo, M. O’Donnell, S. Palmer, L. Riddell, I. Story, H. Suri & J. Tai (Eds.), Open Oceans: Learning without borders. Proceedings ASCILITE 2018Geelong (pp. 159-165).
- Jorre de St Jorre,T. & Oliver,B. (2018) Want students to engage? Contextualise graduate learning outcomes and assess for employability, Higher Education Research & Development, 37:1, 44-57.
- Oliver, B. (2016). Better 21C Credentials: evaluating the promise, perils and disruptive potential of digital credentials. Melbourne, Australia, Deakin University.
- Jorre de St Jorre, T., Johnson, L. & Oliver, B. (2016). Deakin Hallmarks: principles for employability credentials. In S. Barker, S. Dawson, A. Pardo, & C. Colvin (Eds.). Proceedings ASCILITE 2016 (Adelaide),pp. 305-311.
- Oliver, B. (2013). Graduate attributes as a focus for institution-wide curriculum renewal: innovations and challenges, Higher Education Research and Development 32(3), 450-463
- Oliver, B. (2015). Redefining graduate employability and work-integrated learning: Proposals for effective higher education in disrupted economies. Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability, 6(1): 56-65.
Reports from National Competitive Grants
|2016: Curate, credential and carry forward digital evidence of learning|
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|2015: National Teaching Fellowship: Assuring Graduate Capabilities|
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|2011 Competitive Grant: Building course team capacity for graduate employability|
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|2010: Teaching Fellowship: Benchmarking Partnerships for Graduate Employability|
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The Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability is a scholarly forum for the dissemination of research and evidence-based practice in graduate employability, including:
- How graduate employability can be defined, assessed and credentialed in a rapidly evolving world of work;
- Employability and the achievement of higher education learning outcomes, graduate attributes, competencies
- and capabilities;
- Work-integrated learning experiences and assessments designed to enhance employability;
- Industry and education partnerships and perspectives for lifelong learning and continuing professional development.
Editor: Emeritus Professor Beverley Oliver, PFHEA, Deakin University
Deputy Editor: Dr Beatrice Tucker, Manager Evaluation and Academic Standards, Curtin University
Vol 10, No 2 (2019)
- Improved levels of critical reflection in Pharmacy Technician student work-placement assessments through emphasising graduate attributes Julie Dunne
- Joining up the dots: Telling the story of skills. How can students in Higher Education be supported to better understand and articulate their employability? Gail de Blaquière, Jane Elizabeth Nolan, Katie Wray
- Using internship placements to road test threshold learning outcomes for environment and sustainability. Michael Barry Whelan, Amanda Reichelt-Brushett
- Interdisciplinary project-based learning as a means of developing employability skills in undergraduate science degree programs Joanne Louise Hart
Vol 10, No 1 (2019)
- Beyond employability skills: Developing professional purpose Glen Bates, Andrew Rixon, Angela Carbone, Chris Pilgrim
- Science students’ conceptions of factors that will differentiate them in the graduate employment market Trina Jorre de St Jorre, Joanne Elliott, Elizabeth D Johnson, Stewart Bisset
- A pre-post evaluation of an online career planning module on university students’ career adaptability Megan Teychenne, Kate Parker, Danielle Teychenne, Shannon Sahlqvist, Susie Macfarlane, Sarah Costigan
- Integrating career development learning into the curriculum: Collaboration with the careers service for employability Ruth Bridgstock, Michelle Grant-Iramu, Alan McAlpine
- Assessment-led reform: Creating a sustainable culture for WIL Karen Young, Stuart Palmer, Clare Binek, Mark Tolson, Malcolm Campbell
- An institutional framework to guide the comparison of work-integrated learning Mollie Dollinger, Jason Brown
- Enhancing learning outcomes from industry engagement in Australian engineering education Sally Amanda Male, Robin W King
- Evaluating quality in professional experience partnerships for graduate teacher employability Rebecca Walker, Chad Morrison, Iain Hay
- A school university teacher education partnership: Reconceptualising reciprocity of learning Deb Kaye Clarke, Matthew Winslade
- Overt and covert: Successful strategies for building employability skills of vocational education graduates Cath Jane Fraser, Gerard Duignan, Deb Stewart, Agustilia Rodrigues
- Does university prepare students for employment? Alignment between graduate attributes, accreditation requirements and industry employability criteria Humberto Manuel Oraison, Loretta Konjarski, Samuel Thomas Howe
- Research into the diversification of university careers in learning and teaching and intentionally closing-the-loop on graduate employability James Arvanitakis, Madelaine-Marie Judd, Shelley Kinash, Trina Jorre de st Jorre, Trish McCluskey
Vol 9, No 1 (2018)
- The evolved landscape of ePortfolios: Current values and purposes of academic teachers and curriculum designers Jennifer Rowley, Jennifer Munday
- The capabilities that count for early professional success in Pharmacy: A case study of graduates, employer and course teaching team perspectives Lisa Tee, Sonia Ferns, Jeffery D Hughes
- Value-adding to health professional student placement experiences: Enhancing work readiness and employability through a rural community engagement program Karin Fisher, Tony Smith, Leanne Brown, Luke Wakely, Alex Little, Katrina Wakely, Judith Hudson, Kelly Squires
- Employability of international students: Strategies to enhance their experience on work-integrated learning (WIL) programs Thanh Pham, Dat Bao, Eisuke Saito, Raqib Chowdhury
- Building employability skills for higher education students: An Australian example Robert Joseph Gill
- Students perceive Team-Based Learning facilitates development of graduate learning outcomes and professional skills Judy Currey, Stephanie K. Sprogis, Gabby Burdeu, Julie Considine, Joshua Andrew Allen, Elizabeth Oldland
Vol 8, No 1 (2017)
- When do university students and graduates know what careers they want: A research-derived framework Shelley Kinash, Linda Crane, John Capper, Mark Young, Ashley Stark
- Developing generic skills for students via extra-curricular activities in Vietnamese universities: Practices and influential factors Tran Le Huu Nghia
- Work placement reflective assessments and employability enhanced through highlighting graduate attributes. Julie Dunne
- The development of a tailored, career-focused interactive online learning tool for physical activity and health students: A pilot study Megan Teychenne, Shannon Sahlqvist, Danielle Teychenne, Susie Macfarlane, Phillip Dawson, Sarah Costigan
- A focus on collaboration: Fostering Australian screen production students’ teamwork skills. Kath Dooley, Larissa Sexton-Finck
- Impact of secondary education reform on tertiary students’ generic competencies: A case study of associate degree freshmen in Hong Kong Ka Wai Ng, Joseph C.H. So
- Embedding graduate employability attributes in management sciences curricula: A case of two Namibian universities Romanus Shivoro, Rakel Kavena Shalyefu, Ngepathimo Kadhila
- The ‘person-in-between’ role of young graduates at INGOs in Vietnam Mai Thi Quynh Lan
- Does it do what it says on the tin? – Evaluation of an established UK University Employability Enhancement Award. Toni Wright, Sarah Jeffries-Watts
- Academic work-integrated learning (WIL): Reengaging teaching-focused academics with industry Michael B. Whelan
- 'I do and I understand': The importance of reflective placements for the self-perceived work readiness of health sciences students Giriraj Singh Shekhawat, Sean Sturm, Annette Dunham
- Student voice and influence on employability in Australian higher education Lisa Andrewartha, Andrew Harvey
- Good WIL hunting: Building capacity for curriculum re-design Karen Young, Stuart Palmer, Malcolm Campbell
Vol 7, No 1 (2016)
- Implementing the Threshold Learning Outcomes for Agriculture at university Tina Acuna, Jo-Anne Kelder, Glenn McDonald, Amanda Able
- Personal development planning and ePortfolios in Speech Pathology:Student and staff perceptions Katrina Strampel, Abigail Lewis
- Supporting students' learning on 'short project' placements David Thompson
- Enhancing graduate employability and the need for university-enterprise collaboratio Thi Tuyet Tran
- Content analysis of vacancy advertisements for employability skills: Challenges and opportunities for informing curriculum development Diana Messum, Lesley Wilkes, Kath Peters, Debra Jackson