Category: Uses of Technology and Social Media in International Education

Re-imagining Global Careers Advice: Incentive and Engagement Principles in Gamification

Friday, Jun 2
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Table 22

With the help of a live demonstration, this poster shows to career advisers and engagement officers how gamification uses an incentive system to engage students with information on global employability.

Nannette Ripmeester

Director
Expertise in Labour Mobility
Rotterdam, Netherlands

Nannette Ripmeester is director of Expertise in Labour Mobility (ELM). She is passionate about customizing solutions for international labour mobility.
Nannette holds extensive knowledge on what makes graduates internationally employable through assignments for large corporate clients and higher education institutions across the globe. She is considered an expert on global mobility trends, is regularly invited to speak at international conferences (EAIE, DAAD, NAFSA, AIEC, WES, OECD) and has written extensively on international job-hunting practices. With her double-sided knowledge on what makes people mobile, Ripmeester advises governments and higher education institutions how to further increase the connection between recent graduates and their future job opportunities.
She combines her work for ELM with her role as Director Client Services Europe for i-graduate – a leading benchmarking organisation responsible for the International Student Barometer (ISB) and is founder of the HigherEd gamification app CareerProfessor.works.
With over 20 years of advising employers, universities and governments on graduate mobility, Nannette Ripmeester is one of Europe's leading experts on mobility for study and work.