Changing power relations in work based learning: Collaborative and contested relations between tutors, learners and employers
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis book chapter discusses some of the implications for the role of university tutors and the centrality of educational objectives in circumstances where there is a 'cultural shift' towards meeting the needs of learners and employers. The work based and integrative studies (WBIS) programme at the University of Chester is used as a case study to examine the changing power relations between university tutors, learners, employers and the university, compared to relations on traditional programmes.
CitationIn S. Jackson (Ed.), Innovations in lifelong learning. London: Taylor & Francis, 2011.
PublisherTaylor & Francis
DescriptionThis is the author's pdf pre-print of a book chapter due to be published in 2011.
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