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Collaborating to explore the future of work

University of Sydney students connect with Randstad executives to explore how future workplaces will attract tomorrow’s talent

In the new and innovative Industry and Community Project Unit (ICPU), University of Sydney students were connected with a panel of professors, Randstad executives and labour market specialists over three months to how the workplace and workforce will change to meet the expectations of the future worker. In this blogpost, published first at www.randsta

Roundtable Discussion "Exploring interdisciplinary knowledge and learning practices”

ISIG

Interdisciplinarity SIG (the iSIG) brings together researchers, teachers, learning designers and other practitioners who have shared interests in interdisciplinary expertise, teaching and learning. Together, they explore how people develop interdisciplinary capabilities and how to facilitate interdisciplinary learning in diverse settings—from undergraduate courses to research teams.