JTLGE is a scholarly forum for the dissemination of research and exemplary evidence-based practice related to graduate employability. Contributions are welcome in relation to any aspect which relates to the broad topic of graduate employability, including:
Graduate employability policy and success measures:
- how graduate employability can be defined, assessed, judged and measured, including international measures and rankings;
- the relationship between graduate employability and the achievement of graduate attributes, professional capabilities, engaged citizenship and lifelong learning.
Graduate employability and the future of work in the digital economy:
- employability in the disrupted digital economy, certifications and micro credentials;
- entrepreneurship and self-employment;
- emerging recruitment—how professional fields seek employees in the digital economy, the role of career services.
Graduate employability and student success:
- student experience, work-integrated learning and career-embedded learning;
- ethics, academic integrity and social media traceability;
- assessment artefacts and portfolios.
Graduate employability, educators and the academy:
- qualifications and educational purpose;
- employability and the higher education workforce of the future;
- preparing educators to enact curricula for employability; enabling educators, including casuals, to ensure their own employability.
We welcome the submission of
- scholarly papers (up to 8000 words for double-blind refereeing)
- research-based evaluations of innovations and practices;
- investigations of the literature in the field, including new theoretical approaches; and
- practitioner reflections (up to 2000 words for editorial review).
We particularly encourage papers co-authored by education providers, employers and industry bodies, graduates and students.