Understanding What We Mean by the Generic Attributes of Graduates

@article{Barrie2006UnderstandingWW,
  title={Understanding What We Mean by the Generic Attributes of Graduates},
  author={Simon Barrie},
  journal={Higher Education},
  year={2006},
  volume={51},
  pages={215-241}
}
One way in which universities have sought to articulate the outcomes of a university education is through a description of the attributes of their graduates. Recent calls for universities to demonstrate the quality of their outcomes and processes have prompted a re-examination of the generic graduate attribute outcomes many Australian universities have espoused for the past decade. As university communities struggle to identify what combination of skills, attributes and knowledge to include in… CONTINUE READING

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