Better Student Outcomes through Sustainability – Living Lab GuidePublications
While opportunities to apply learning and research on and off campus are not unique to sustainability, those of us leading next generation sustainability for next generation learning unashamedly embrace their promise. Often, but not exclusively referred to as a Living Lab, the opportunities comprise of collaborative working that has the potential to penetrate all aspects of operational, academic, student, staff and community development for social, environmental and economic benefit. This challenges traditional ways of working and aims to promote positive partnerships across disciplines and sectors.
It is our responsibility to the students, institutions and communities we serve to support the development of pedagogies and research opportunities that enhance employability skills, contribute towards graduate attainment and make societal progress for sustainability in an ever-changing world.
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