The EduLAB meeting 2017 "Innovation in Teaching and Employability" was hosted by the University of Lausanne, 30 November-1 December 2017.
Programme and practical guide (single document)
List of participants as of 27/11/2017
Employability of graduates is a concern for all universities nowadays. The ministers of the countries involved in the Bologna Process underlined the importance of the issue at the end of the 2015 meeting by defining “Fostering the employability of graduates throughout their working lives" as the goal for the next period.
The already 18th EduLAB (formerly Bologna Lab) meeting 2017: Innovation in Teaching and Employability looked at effective strategies for incorporating employability-related learning into curricula and increasing career prospects of students.
Introduction to Edulab 2017 by Jacques LANARÈS, Professor, University of Lausanne (UNIL), Member of UNICA Steering Committee
Trends in L&T developments in Europe by Tia LOUKKOLA (European University Association)
CALOHEE project: Results & Findings by Robert WAGENAAR, Coordinator of the CALOHEE Project
Employability: Institutional perspective by Arthur METTINGER, Vice-Rector for Educational Affairs, University of Applied Sciences Vienna
Employability: Students' perspective by Loïc PILLARD, Co-President of Fédération des Associations d’Etudiant·e·s de l’UNIL
Employability: Employers perspective by Emmanuel SYLVESTRE & Jacques LANARÈS (UNIL)
Presentations of case studies
The Crime Prevention Laboratory by Ahmed AJIL, School of Criminal Justice, University of Lausanne (UNIL)
Breaking beams. A game for learning how dimensioning a beam by Denis DELPIRE, Faculté d'Architecture La Cambre Horta, Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
Italian webzine. Journalism and writing in an atelier of UNIL, Lorenzo TOMASIN, Faculé des Lettres, University of Lausanne (UNIL)
Case study by Marc LAPERROUZA, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
Presentation of other cases / innovation by UNICA members
A case at doctoral level by Patricia ROSADO PINTO, NOVA Doctoral School, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa
Photo credits: Fabrice Ducrest©UNIL