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Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability Vol. 14 No. 1 (2023)

The 'Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability' is a scholarly forum for the dissemination of research and exemplary evidence-based practice in higher education teaching and learning for graduate employability. 

Recognising and Reconceptualising Ability: Reflections on Disability and Employability (Mollie Dollinger, Sarah O'Shea, Olivia Groves)

Journal papers:

  • “It’s ok not to know what I want to do”: An exploration into the aspirations of Early Childhood Studies students (Tanya Richardson, Eunice Lumsden)
  • Assessment of Strategies for Preparing Graduates for the Disruptive Workplace: Evidence from Nigeria and South Africa (Dr. Oluyomi Susan Pitan, Professor Colette Muller)
  • A career research module promotes career exploration and understanding of the labour market and transferable skills (Brianna L. Julien, Louise Lexis, Jarrod E. Church)
  • STEM students see the value of LinkedIn as a career development tool and continue to use it in the long-term post-assignment
    (Louise Lexis, Debbi Weaver, Brianna L. Julien)
  • From we ask to iASK: a self-reflection strategy that enables students to connect assessment and employability (Dino Spagnoli, Shelley Kinash, Trina Jorre De St Jorre, Sally Male, Clare M. Mouat, Kevin McDougall)
  • Employability attributes of hospitality graduates and expectations of hotel managers (Lehlogonolo L. Ngoepe, Nicola Wakelin-Theron)
  • A novel employability embedding framework for three-year bachelor’s programs (Rajib Rana, Linda Galligan, Rouz Fard, Tessa McCredie)
  • Do alumni practise what you teach? Impact of Science master-tracks: preparation for academic careers versus preparation for societal-oriented careers (Saskia Grooters, Emma Zaal, Yfke Ongena, Menno Gerkema)
  • Students’ career capital resource needs for employability in the technology-driven work world (Melinde Coetzee)
  • A Study Exploring Soft Skills in Higher Education (Pauldy Otermans, Dev Aditya, Monica Pereira)
  • The use of ePortfolio in health profession education to demonstrate competency and enhance employability: A scoping review (Anita Hamilton, Terri Downer, Belinda Flanagan, Laine Chilman)
  • Design thinking-learning and lifelong learning for employability in the 21st century (Vijayakumari Seevaratnam, Deanne Gannaway, Jason Lodge)
  • Global vs local careers taxonomy for graduate employability: Through the lens of students’ typology and destination (Marina Iskhakova, Sofia Kosheleva)