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The Research Teaching Linkages Enhancement Theme started in 2006. It considered the links between discipline-based research activities and the student learning experience. The main focus was on programme teams and how they can support students to achieve research-type graduate attributes.

The aims of the Theme was to:

  • identify, share and build on good and innovative practice in utilising research-teaching linkages
  • develop the achievement of 'research-type' attributes,
  • support students so they understand the purpose of achieving 'research-type' attributes.

The Theme produced a range of resources throughout its lifetime. This includes disciplinary reports across nine areas, sector-wide reports and institutional case studies.

Sector-wide reports

Sector-Wide discussions: Volume 1

Publication date: 16 Dec 2008

Sector-Wide discussions: Volume 2 - Vignettes of practice

Publication date: 16 Dec 2008

Disciplinary project reports

Enhancing Graduate Attributes Overview 

Publication date: 12 May 2009

Enhancing Graduate Attributes: Business, Management, Accountancy and Finance

Publication date: 13 Aug 2008

Enhancing Graduate Attributes: Information and Mathematical Sciences 

Publication date: 19 Oct 2009

Enhancing Graduate Attributes: Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine

Publication date: 05 Jun 2008

Enhancing Graduate Attributes: Health and Social Care

Publication date: 07 Jul 2008

Enhancing Graduate Attributes: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Publication date: 22 Aug 2008

Enhancing Graduate Attributes: Creative and Cultural Practice

Publication date: 26 May 2008

Enhancing Graduate Attributes: Life Sciences

Publication date: 18 Oct 2006

Enhancing Graduate Attributes: Physical Sciences

Publication date: 03 Mar 2008