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What Employers Want
collection of resources to help students understand what employers want links to a GRA document "Graduate Careers of the 21st Century"

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First Year Activities - preparing your CV
Notes, slides and activities which students can use/refer to when developing their CV. This is pitched at entry level students, but may be useful to students at all levels for general reference.

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CVs, Jobs and Work
collection of resources to use when developing your CV and applying for a job or summer intern-ship

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CV Exemplar and Links
a pdf and word format document which level 1 students can use as an examplar or template for their CV. Also includes links to example CVs and sites which help of creating CVs

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CV workshop - Projecting a professional image
Slides and activity sheets to accompany a set of practical workshop activities which help participants identify some of their individual skills, as the basis for a future coursework to produce a CV

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Towards a Skills Audit: identifying your experience
A workshop session which looks at skills from an employers perspective. Slides plus link to Graduate Recruiters Association. Used in first small group class of info1010 - covers ground rules, career destinations, typical earnings,types of jobs and skills evaluation. Slides are reference for interactive discussions

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A survey of First Year Students on Arrival
Used to make students aware of the demographics of their cohort - and trends from previous years.

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Voices for writing essays, reports, web pages, blogs etc.
Looks at the different ways we write for different audiences.

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Teams and Team Roles
Find out about the ways that people contribute to teams, and the importance of the roles in teambuilding

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Academic Integrity
Understanding what is meant by plagiarism. How to ensure that you are not accused of plagiarism or cheating. How to properly reference material you copy.

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A guide to writing formal technical reports
A guide to writing formal technical reports for IT and CS students

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Approaches to Learning
Looks at some of the models of learning and discusses how they apply to university students

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How to Reference and Cite
How to Reference and Cite

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Introduction to the Careers Service for ECS
Discusses the services that the Careers service provides for ECS students - and some that ECS provides too. The importance of developing a CV over time.

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Projecting Yourself On-Line
Discusses the difference between how a student might project themself in social software and on a web page. Also discusses some of the risks of on-line presence.

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INFO 1010 Introduction and An Introduction to Learning at University
Describes course objectives and looks at what it takes to be successful in learning at University

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Link to ten short video episodes about groupwork
"Rob, Vikki, Shireen, Muzz and Delia have been randomly selected to work together to develop a presentation entitled 'The barriers to learning'. It's not an easy ride. The following 10 episodes show the journey, from their first meeting through to their impressions of the presentation and working together". Produced by the LearnHigher CETL Three areas covered by the site as follows Listening and Interpersonal Skills - the University of Leeds Oral Presentations - Brunel University Group Work - Bradford University

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