Safety Science: Special Issue on Learning From Incidents

This is a call for papers: Special issue of Safety Science on Learning from Incidents Guest Editors Professor Neville Stanton, University of Southampton, UK n.stanton@soton.ac.uk Dr Anoush Margaryan, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK  anoush.margaryan@gcu.ac.uk Professor Allison Littlejohn, Open University, UK Allison.littlejohn@open.ac.uk The ability to learn from incidents it essential for safety in all organisations, industries, regulatory bodies and policy makers. Safety…

Driving Disruptive Innovation: developing agile and responsive module production

The production of module content is central to Open University teaching. Inter-professional teams comprising academics, technologists, planners and media production specialists work together to create content with ‘gold standard’ academic, accessibility and production standards. But quality comes at a cost. The production outlay for each module means that each course has to have a 5…

Work and Learning at the Boundaries of Knowledge: A funded PhD Fellowship

Applications are invited for a PhD research studentship within the Caledonian Academy (www.academy.gcal.ac.uk) in Glasgow, UK.  The Caledonian Academy is seeking a talented,  PhD Fellow for a project studying learning practices within groups of knowledge workers at Google and the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments.The studentship is for a period of three years, subject to…