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A Personal Learning Journal that can be used to document key takeaways from each chapter.
Answers to Exercises in the book.
Facilitation Guides for In-Person and Online Workshops containing advice on how to plan and run workshops, as well as useful tips for both facilitators and attendees.
MURAL Practice Instructions providing information on how to use the digital collaboration tool MURAL, as well as a Sample Project on MURAL showing how a populated MURAL wall looks.
Questions for Developing Commercial Awareness, as well as a Template for Developing a Business Case, providing readers with practical skills and understanding.
A List of Employability Skills necessary for the world of work, including a description and examples of each one.
A Personal Learning Review and Skills Profile encouraging readers to reflect on what they have learnt and identify skills gaps.
A Teaching Guide providing practical guidance and additional materials for those using the book in their teaching.
Facilitation Guides for In-person and Online Workshops containing advice on how to plan and run workshops, as well as useful tips for both facilitators and attendees.
An Assignment Paper Example and a Marking Guidelines Example that can be used when setting and assessing coursework.
A Student Reflection Template providing instructions and a framework for completing weekly reflective reviews.
Digital Collaboration Tool Practice Instructions that can be adapted and shared among attendees in preparation for workshops.
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