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Fitzgerald, P (2016)
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Leeds Beckett University identified three interlinking graduate attributes which, during a curriculum redesign, were embedded into every course at all levels. This paper describes how a final year module was designed to develop enterprise and employability skills. The students worked in self-selected small groups to devise a new biotechnology product or social enterprise scheme. The assessment comprised a group presentation (which was peer reviewed), an individual report and a written reflection of the process.
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