Up and coming employer speed networking events
e-Placement Scotland is giving employers the chance to meet university students at various up and coming speed networking events. These events allow employers early access to students before they graduate, providing a platform to showcase career opportunities available within your organisation.
There will be three events running over the next few months, and final dates will be confirmed once employers have confirmed their interest. The participating universities are as follows:
• Dundee University – Wednesday 9 March 2016 2016 (see here)
• Strathclyde University – Friday 18 March 2016
Our most recent speed networking event was held at Edinburgh Napier in October 2015, with 30 students across various disciplines getting the chance to meet Aggreko, codeplay, FanDuel and J.P. Morgan.
If you would be interested in attending, please contact Jamie Duncan on 01506 472 200, or email email@example.com.
Remember, it’s free to advertise your positions to our student network on the e-Placement website.
Workshop on: Smartphone and Smarthome Design for Older Adults
Venue: The Collins Building, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
Room: Scottish Universities Insight Institute
This event will bring together people involved in the research and design of smartphone and smarthome digital services that are usable by, and acceptable to, older adults. The aim is to help designers, researchers and service providers understand the challenges and opportunities that arise when designing for older adults. It also aims to bring together interested parties to improve older adults’ digital user experience.
Who should attend?
Representatives from public and private organisations in health, social care, local authorities and charities who design and/or provide services for older adults
SMEs who have an interest in developing these technologies
Older adults who wish to shape the future of smartphone and smarthome technologies are also welcome to attend
Benefits of attending
Gain insights into developments with current smartphones and smarthome technologies for older adults
Work with users to identify solutions and new opportunities
Provide all attendees with an overview of available technologies and an opportunity to contribute to their design, and take part in an ongoing dialogue