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TRACK Designer Drop-in | 7 December

How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market? TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then pr...
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TRACK Designer Drop-in | 2 November

How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market? TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then pr...
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TRACK Designer Drop-in | 5 October

How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market? TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then pr...
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TRACK Designer Drop-in | 7 September

How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market? TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then pr...
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TRACK Designer Drop-in | 3 August

How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market? TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then pr...
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TRACK Designer Drop-in | 6 July

How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market? TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then pr...
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TRACK Designer Drop-in | 1 June

How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market? TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then pr...
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TRACK Designer Drop-in | 4 May

How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market? TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then pr...
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TRACK Designer Drop-in | 6 April

How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market? TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then pr...
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CIC@LAK22: thought leadership and hard evidence

CIC provides UTS with both thought leadership and hard evidence about Learning Analytics. So it’s no surprise that the team will present multiple times at the premier international forum next month... Universities risk implementing data/analytics strategies that make little impact on real practice, if they don’t work closely with the academics, tutors and students who are expected to use those new tools. This human-centred design approach is one of CIC’s hallmarks, so running through our work...
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