2014 Grants

The following proposals were succesful.

Learning and teaching through PACE: Changing roles and environments

Dr. Maria Amigo (Sociology, Macquarie University), Dr. Justine Lloyd (Sociology, Macquarie University)

Brief Overview: WIL projects require radical and far-reaching transformations in routine roles and working environments of academics, students and workplace supervisors. This study seeks to investigate the challenges, opportunities, and practicalities entailed in this dynamic, in order to better understand how to brief and support the three groups of stakeholders involved.

Final report

Enhancing Work-Integrated Learning outcomes among international students in Australia

Dr Denise Jackson, Edith Cowan University; Professor Ken Greenwood, Edith Cowan University with industry partners

Brief Overview: This project explores current WIL offerings among WA universities and identifies best practice in the WIL processes for international students. Through canvassing employer, academic and student perspectives, it will identify the challenges and barriers experienced in managing WIL among international students and recommend strategies for enhancing their WIL outcomes.

Final report