Social media for social policy – Conference follow up

Screenshot of one of the student projectsThanks very much to the wonderful Matt Cornock for his really useful write up of the great session he led at the recent York learning and teaching conference. Ably supported by a couple of brilliant students, Matt highlighted how he has worked with central services (careers and us in E-Learning) to deliver the Social Media for Social Policy provision where students gain real life, highly transferrable skills working on social media projects ariound social policy issues. The session was successful at highlighting a number of iother ways where students are encouraged to engage with the curriculum or their subject through media development projects.

Social media for social policy: working together for creative employability skills development

Cards used in the session highlighting a selection of approaches to combine transferable skills with subject knowledge.

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