Sharing pedagogical practice on the teaching of generic skills

@inproceedings{McLoughlin2004SharingPP,
  title={Sharing pedagogical practice on the teaching of generic skills},
  author={Catherine McLoughlin and Will Rifkin},
  year={2004}
}
The Commonwealth supported SkillCity Project focussed on potentially cost effective and efficient ways to support staff to share teaching materials and insights online. This paper discusses what has been achieved in the Project and the hurdles that remain in creating an online resource to enable academics to teach 'generic skills.' Outcomes are discussed in view of the Australian academic context, where resources are stretched and heavy teaching and administrative loads are carried by staff… CONTINUE READING

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