I’m really pleased to be able to contribute to an exciting new book entitled Mapping the future of undergraduate career education published by Routledge. The book is edited by Melanie Buford, Michael Sharp, and Michael Stebleton and should be out in July.
The book explores trends and possibilities for undergraduate career education, the nature of the changing workplace, and its impact on students in colleges and universities. It explores critical issues facing career educators in higher education today including: preparing students for the future of work; exploring the increasing centrality of experiential learning in career education; examining innovative paradigm shifts in career education; and developing strategies for equity-focused and inclusive programming for all students.
I have contributed a chapter on the future of work entitled ‘the future isn’t what it used to be! Revisiting the changing world of work after Covid-19’ and a chapter co-written with Ingrid Bakke on online and integrated forms of career guidance entitled ‘Neither online, nor face-to-face, but integrated career guidance: Introducing new ways of engaging undergraduate students in career learning and reflective careering’. I hope that people will find these interesting.
Please encourage your institutions to pre-order a copy of the book. Further information is found in the flyer.
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