If you use or would like to use your phone, iPad or other device while you’re on work placement, this one’s for you.
CSU’s Education For Practice Institute (EFPI) is working with a number of other universities on a research project all about creating resources for students on work placements.
They’ve put together resources designed to help you learn better using technology during workplace learning.
Now the project team is looking for feedback from students about what you find useful.
You can email the Project Manager, Celina McEwen, to share what works for you when you’re using your mobile on placement.
You can also check out a range of tools that have been developed, and provide feedback through online surveys.
The tools include:
- The GPS for WPL
- Initiating Dialogue
- Planning Learning Experiences
- Networking Activities
- Creating Your Own ‘On-the-Go’ Activities
- Professional and Safe Conduct
Your feedback will help the project team improve the resources and create a framework that will help academics and supervisors understand how they can use mobile devices to bridge the gaps between the classroom, workplace and virtual learning spaces.