Open Class: ADAD4000 Professional Experience Project

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Kensington, NSW 2052

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A/Prof Snepvangers will be sharing how she marks student assessment as Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory in an asynchronous online environment.

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ADAD4000 Professional Experience Project (PEP) is a flexible 'capstone' course which provides students studying Fine Art, Media Art or Design with an opportunity to work in the creative industries relevant to their studies and apply their academic knowledge in the workplace. A/Prof Snepvangers will be sharing how she marks student assessment as Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory in an asynchronous online environment: the PEP Tool via screensharing on Microsoft Teams*.

Techniques and approaches used will include:

  • Real world connections
  • Assessment of Online Student Self-Managed

This course is within the Faculty of Art and Design.

*Please note: you will receive an email with the dial in details for the Microsoft Teams call.

About A/Prof Kim Snepvangers

Dr Kim Snepvangers is an Associate Professor at UNSW Faculty of Art & Design.

Kim is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA), and an award-winning educational leader in Work Integrated Learning (WIL) and professional practice in creative ecologies, working within the UNSW Scientia Education Model.

Kim has co-edited 3 books, over 20 book chapters and journal publications that have been recognised and shared in the wider professional context nationally and internationally. She promotes a scholarly approach to all aspects of teaching, course design and mentoring activities. Her command of the field is best demonstrated through leadership of all aspects of development for the Professional Experience Project (PEP) across all UG programs at A&D. As an early adopter of technology at scale (CDP & LR+ Pilots) Kim designs blended learning activities that build student resilience and self-management to solve ‘real-world’ problems. Her creative industry impact was recognised in 2017 with a new role as Director: Professional Experience and Engagement Projects, demonstrating ongoing work in student mobility with a 48% employment rate.

To read more, visit Kim's bio page on the Teaching Gateway.

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