Issue 40 of the NICEC journal

 

 

The latest issue of the NICEC journal is nearly out. If you don’t already get the NICEC journal you can subscribe for as little as £30 by visiting the NICEC website.

There is loads of good stuff in the issue including a (friendly) response from me to some of Tristram Hooley’s work around digital literacy.

  • Career choice and counselling in rural northern Norway – Ingrid Bårdsdatter Bakke
  • Seeking the good life – higher education careers services and moral philosophy – Donald Lush
  • Do parents of intending ‘first generation’ students in higher education differ in their need for school support to help their child’s career development? – Annemarie Oomen
  • Waiting for a career epiphany – a barrier to career decision making? – Kathleen Houston and Eileen Cunningham
  • Career services for international students: comparison of case studies of higher education institutions in Europe – Erik Zeltner
  • ‘It all kind of symbolises something doesn’t it?’ How students present their career image online – Tristram Hooley and Beth Cutts
  • A critical response to Hooley’s Seven Cs of digital literacy – Tom Staunton
  • The Robots are Coming! The response of careers professionals to the future of the graduate job – Nalayini Thambar

 

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