The SEKE toolkit currently has approximately 20 tools. The intention is that the tools will be refined and that more tools will be added based on user feedback. The tools are a starting point, and cover common topics based on the findings from the CSCB Project. Within each tool, further resources and links to examples from different curriculum subject areas will be included.
What is SEKE?
Student Engagement in Knowledge Exchange (SEKE) brings together external businesses and organisations with universities and their students to work on collaborative projects that lead to an exchange of knowledge, skills, and ideas.
The Benefits of SEKE
Businesses get new insight into issues they face, support with special projects, and access to the latest academic thinking in their area. Students get to apply their learning to real-world situations, giving them invaluable experience that boosts their CV, better preparing them for the world of work after graduation.
The CSCB Project
To find out more about the toolkit development, our research, and the project journey, visit our blog.
How the toolkit works
Select the user you most identify with to reveal the tools.
Filter and select the tools to read and work your way through them.
Apply your new knowledge to enhance your SEKE activity!