Caddell, M. (2014, December). Making internships meaningful: the challenge of encouraging reflection and skills articulation. Presented at SRHE Annual Conference 10-12 December 2014, Newport, South Wales
In recent years considerable emphasis has been placed on embedding employability and skills development in core university curriculum content as well as providing additional s...
Caddell, M. (2012, October). Making internships work for universities, employers and (mature) students'. Presented at HEA Employability Seminar, Milton Keynes
Caddell, M. (2011). Making internships work for Scotland's students and third sector organisations. Mid-point review of third sector internships Scotland. Edinburgh: Third Sector Internships Scotland (TSIS)
Society for Research into Higher Education
Teaching-focused academics in UK Life Science departments may experience anxiety about their continued ability to teach undergraduates at Honours level, and postgraduates at Masters and doctoral level...
Caddell, M. (2009). Working Journeys: exploring Open University in Scotland students’ study motivations and the relationship between study and employment. Scotland: The Open University
Caddell, M. & Smith, S. (2011, March). Making work placements workfor Scotland's students and employers. Presented at QAA Enhancement Themes Conference, 2011, Edinburgh
Caddell, M., & Wilder, K. (2018). Seeking Compassion in the Measured University: Generosity, Collegiality and Competition in Academic Practice. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 6(3), 14-23
In the context of league tables, national student surveys and increasing competition for students and resources, measurement and comparison is an ever-present – and ever more ...
Caddell, M., & Cannell, P. (2012). Rethinking graduate attributes: understanding the learning journeys of part-time students in the Open University in Scotland. In S. Oosthuizen, & B. Jones (Eds.), Part-Time study: the new paradigm for Higher Education?
Four in ten of Scotland’s university students study part time. But their voices and experience are often sidelined in debates about employability and graduate attributes. What...