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The work of the Association for Sandwich Education and Training (ASET)Research Network UK

By Lisa J. Ward, Douglas McCullagh and Sarah J. Flynn

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I am an experienced manager having worked in manufacturing, IT, customer services and local government. I joined the University of Huddersfield in 2005 to project manage ‘Student employability and Good practice in Placement Provision’. In 2006 I became responsible for a programme 17 teaching and learning projects. I have recently been appointed to be Teaching and Learning Institute – Administration Manager.\ud My own interest in WIL started as a placement student on my Maths degree where I became ‘hooked’ upon manufacturing. I believe wholeheartedly in the value of work placements. Since joining academia I have been an active member of ASET and WACE. I am very interested in the research agenda. I joined the first ASET Research network, which sadly never really got going. At the 2009, I found a group of researchers who were keen to restart the research network and quickly rejoined. I am interested in WIL research and practice on both a national and international stage. I would like to represent the research network at the conference and look for ways of working with other international delegates with an interest in research

Topics: LB2300
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:8252

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  1. 1 Providing contributions to external research-focussed forums (e.g. AGCAS) and sharing practice;
  2. 2 Opening dialogue to explore collaborative research projects with national and international institutions (e.g.
  3. 3 Exploring avenues as outlined above at external conferences (e.g.
  4. and institutions on research projects and raise the profile of the ASET Research Group. Possible examples include (but are not limited to):

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