- Wednesday, 5 May 2021
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
- LX.lab CB06.04.020
How can you start to ensure that graduates from your courses will possess skills that make them competitive in the Australian labour market?
TRACK Designer, aims to help faculty teams and course designers to think about their courses and how they contribute to graduate employability and job market demand. It uses Natural Language Processing (a subfield of AI) to tag subjects with skills that they are likely to teach, and then links those skills to jobs that have similar skill sets. It then provides simple insights about the Australian labour market for those jobs – is there a growing demand for your graduates? Perhaps you can find other career avenues that you had not thought of…
Come along to a drop in to give it a whirl, test it for your subjects and courses, and give us feedback about how it could be improved! (You can find out more on our Sharepoint site too)
Please note this is a hybrid event and there are limited face-to-face spaces available.
When registering for this event, make sure to select the ticket type depending on your attendance mode.
Remote and face-to-face location details will be provided upon registration.
This event is facilitated by the Connected Intelligence Centre (CIC).
For further information or questions, email TRACK@uts.edu.au
Can’t make it? Find other ‘TRACKDesigner Drop-in’ sessions below.
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