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2012 ACEN Conference Proceedings

‘Collaborative Education: Investing in the future’

Full proceedings

Audio recordings of the opening, the keynote presentations and the international panel

 Individual papers

Choosing ethical partners: one institution’s efforts to engage in ethical partnerships

Michaela Baker

Ethical practice in learning through participation: Showcasing and evaluating the PACE Ethical Practice Module

Michaela Baker, Alison Beale, Laura Hammersley, Kate Lloyd, Anne-Louise Semple, Karolyn White

Developing an ethical professional through work-integrated learning

Matthew Campbell, Karsten E. Zegwaard

Developing Reflection: a practice framework

Susanna Chamberlain

Promoting learning and teaching about research through collaborative work integrated learning: implications for students, agencies and practitioners

Dominic Chilvers,  Jane Maidment, Yvonne Crichton-Hill

Preparing for WIL: Online Career Development for IT Students

Jo Coldwell-Neilson, Annemieke Craig

An International Perspective of Cooperative and Work-Integrated Education: A Synthesis of Themes from the Second Edition of the International Handbook for Cooperative and Work-Integrated Education

Richard K. Coll, Karsten E. Zegwaard

What is the relevance of reflective practice in undergraduate e-portfolios to professional work practices?

Joanne Connaughton, Susan Edgar

Rounding the edge(s) of a (torrid) region: Designing Arts capstone curriculum at JCU

Allison Craven, Amy Forbes

Transitioning undergraduate students from Law, Business, and Creative Arts towards Work Integrated Learning Capstone Experiences

Professor Ryan Daniel, Mandy Shircore

Designing, developing and delivering work integrated learning to large student cohorts

Kerry Dickson,  Friederika Kaider

Involving stakeholders in Action Research to develop e-portfolio Assessment for Social Work Field Education.

Tracey Dickinson, Jo Mensinga

Using a Strengths Approach in Collaborative Education

Angela Fenton

Graduate employability: Teaching staff, employer and graduate perceptions

Sonia Ferns

Partnerships and relationships in cooperative education: Are stakeholder perspectives aligned?

Jenny Fleming

Developing authentic professional knowledge through transformative community engagement in an interdisciplinary service learning project

Jill Franz Ingrid Larkin, Dean Brough, Erin O’Connor, Natalie Wright, Oksana Zelenko

Campus-based work-integrated learning: Opportunities for Health Education

Natalie Gamble, Stephen Guinea, Paula Williams

Community based service-learning: Partnerships of reciprocal exchange?

Laura Hammersley

Moving beyond the diary: innovation in design and delivery of reflection

Marina Harvey, Michaela Baker, Agnes Bosanquet, Debra Coulson, Anne-Louise Semple, Vanessa Warren, Kathy Henschke

Learning Integrated Work: inter-organisational collaborators reflect on provision of authentic virtual multimedia project experience

Ashley M Holmes, Ruth Kinslow, Michael Pope

Horses for courses? A comparison of four undergraduate WIL streams in tourism

Karen Hughes, Aliisa Mylonas, Pierre Benckendorff

Virtual WIL: A Collaborative approach to Work Integrated Learning using a virtual world

Pauletta Irwin, Allan Ellis, Iain Graham

Community-based-learning in disaster zones: Ethics and economics

Jessica Johnston

Festival volunteer work-integrated learning placements: student experiences and outcomes

Derek Kosbab

Incorporating career development learning in a business work integrated learning framework

Raymond Leong

An assessment rubric on reflection in a career development learning component of a business course

Raymond Leong

Critical reflection. What do we really mean?

Patricia Lucas

How do I measure up? Supporting student self-assessment in skills and graduate attributes

Jacqueline Mackaway, Theresa Winchester-Seeto, Anna Rowe

Enhancing Cultural Intelligence Through International Work Integrated Learning

Norah McRae

Reflections on twenty years of practicum, partnership & practice

Andrew J. Martin

Increasingly embedding workplace and applied learning opportunities within the curriculum: A resource based approach

Andrew J. Martin, Malcolm Rees

Leveraging work integrated learning through on-campus employment – A university-wide approach

Gaon Mitchell, Judie Kay

Serendipity: incidental learning associated with student-centred supervision

Jan Moore, Berni Murphy

The ACEN Student Scholarship: a profile of financial hardship and Work Integrated Learning

Keri Moore, Sonia Ferns, Deborah Peach

A longitudinal evaluation of the Career Change Program at Victoria University 2005-2011

Rodney Moore, Jayne Pitard

Work integrated learning for the development of professional skills of Information Technology graduates

Srivalli Nagarajan

Developing an Objective Structured Clinical Examination to Assess Clinical Competence

Fiona Naumann, Keri Moore

High-risk, high-stake relationships: building effective industry-university partnerships for Work Integrated Learning (WIL)

Deborah Peach, Ingrid  Larkin, Elizabeth Ruinard

To grade or not to grade:  Student perceptions of the effects of grading a course in work-integrated learning

Gregory Reddan

That’s not really WIL! – building a typology of WIL and related activities

Anna Rowe, Theresa Winchester-Seeto, Jacqueline Mackaway

The Building Consultancy – a case study of collaborative multi-disciplinary approaches to work integrated learning

Leoni Russell, Lyn Hannah

The need for alternate approaches to Cooperative Education

Angela Samuels

Bringing it all Together: An overview of the delivery of key work-integrated learning (WIL) initiatives at Flinders University

Heather Smigiel, Ceri Macleod, Jody Hannah

Enacting Service Learning across HE disciplines: An exploration of pedagogical principles

Judith Smith, Natasha Shaw

PrePlace: an online preparatory resource for students undertaking Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) in the workplace.

Helen Stephenson, Jody Hannah

Researching the potential of the 3D virtual learning environment to complement work integrated learning in higher education

Frederick Stokes-Thompson

Development of processes and assessment to facilitate a broad multidisciplinary Work Integrated Learning package

Karen Sutherland, Mark Symmons

Using a Work Integrated Learning (WIL) model for preparing Skilled Migrants for Australian Employment

Freny Tayebjee, Srivalli Nagarajan

What do children say about school social workers?

Doris Testa

What Makes Staff (and Universities) Ready, WIL-ing and Able?

Kathryn von Treuer, Sophie Keele, Vanessa Sturre

The Process of Designing and Analysing a Qualitative Study into Multiple Work Integrated Learning Experiences

Lisa Ward, Tina McAdie, Alison Bravington, Nigel King

Work Integrated Learning for Tertiary Hospitality Education

Karina Michelle Wardle

Accessible and Everyday OHS: enhancing employability and increasing awareness

Carolyn Woodley, Sue Marshall, Melanie Perkins

A review of the Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education

Karsten E. Zegwaard