15 SES 02, Partnership with Working Life I
Parallel Paper Session
The partnership of working life and higher education has been depicted for decades in international literature. Research information covering the topic is still limited, and the research is considered challenging. There is no co-ordinated definition for partnership, nor have any widely tested work models been compiled to ensure its development. Partnerships between higher education and working life are often based on single cases; they are irregular and rely on personal relationships for the most part. Working life and higher education have two separate knowledge and competence pools, which do not meet and which are not systematically developed and shared. In future recruitment, expert exchange, renewing division of labour and transferring competence from senior staff members to younger ones all requisite new forms of cooperation transcending boundaries for higher education and working life. The current educational structures and partnership processes do not support this development sufficiently. Previous research has focused on experiences of common tenures and clinical teaching.
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