Director of Teaching and Learning, Partnerships and Innovation
Raquel provides high level academic leadership in learning and teaching and oversees the academic delivery of transnational education programs.
As the Undergraduate Coordinator and Discipline Leader for Professional Development she was responsible for managing and implementing the delivery of student learning and academic development within the College. Raquel has extensive experience in international teaching, curriculum development and quality assurance.
Her research interests are in the teaching and learning, with a focus on generic skills development and graduate employability. Her focus is on improving the student experience during their studies.
Refereed journal articles
Stein, A. and Licciardi, R. (2012) The challenges of introducing a Generic Graduate Skills Unit into a Business Degree in Malaysia. Information systems Education Journal, Volume 10: Issue 4
Refereed conference papers
Stein, A. and Licciardi, R. (2011) Introducing a Graduate Skills Business Unit into a Business Degree in Malaysia Using a Transnational Delivery Model. ISECON Conference 2011
Stein, A., Licciardi, R. and De-Silva, G. (2010) Issues in Developing a Transnational Generic-Skills Business unit for Malaysia. TARC International Conference 2010, TARC International Conference on Learning and Teaching, Nov. 2010, pp. 47-52
Woodley, C., Simmons, R. and Licciardi, R. (2010) Internationalising employability skills in business graduates: international perspectives. Sydney: October 2010. 12p. Paper presented to the Australian International Education Conference, Sydney, October, 2010
Licciardi, R. and Stein, A. (2010) Delivering a Generic Skills Business Unit in Malaysia Using a Transnational Delivery. InCULT 2010: Issues For The Future., International Conference in University Learning and Teaching organised by ACRULeT, Faculty of Education Hertfordshire University, 29-30 June 2010
Areas of expertise
- Career management and development
- Human resources management
- Professional development employability skills of undergraduate students