‘Fruit of the Vine’ NZACE Conference

‘Fruit of the Vine’ NZACE Conference

At the beautiful Waiheke Island, a 40 minute boat ride from Auckland city, New Zealand

16-18 April 2018

Theme: ‘Fruit of the Vine: Change, Challenge and Opportunity for Learning’

Official closing date for abstracts   15 December, 2017 – email info@nzace.ac.nz before Christmas if you need more time to submit an abstract.

Call for Papers and conference information can be found at www.nzace.ac.nz or contact info@nzace.ac.nz for enquiries.

ePortfolios and Reflective Practice

ePortfolios and Reflective Practice

SPECIAL GUEST: Katherine Lithgow, Waterloo University, Canada

As Senior Instructional Developer, Integrative Learning, Katherine Lithgow facilitates e-portfolio and integrative learning initiatives, supporting instructors across campus with the design and implementation of activities that help students integrate learning in academic, workplace, community and social environments. More

Tuesday, 6th February, 2018: 2.30pm-4.30pm

Deakin Downtown, Level 12, Tower 2, 727 Collins Street, Melbourne

If unable to attend, use Zoom on the day.

RSVP by February 1.

Realising opportunities through WIL evaluation

Realising opportunities through WIL evaluation

ACEN ACT/NSW forum

DATE: Wednesday, 14 February, 2018

LOCATION:  UTS, Sydney

This session will focus on evaluation in work integrated learning (WIL). Evaluation can be used for a broad range of purposes in WIL such as informing improvements to practice, policy and research, and measuring impact (on students, partners and the wider community).

The session will focus on evaluation in work integrated learning (WIL). Evaluation can be used for a broad range of purposes in WIL such as informing improvements to practice, policy and research, and measuring impact (on students, partners and the wider community). The workshop will include presentations on different approaches to evaluation in WIL, as well as opportunities to collaborate and network.

There will be presentations by:

  • Associate Professor Rachael Hains-Wesson, Director Work Integrated Learning, The University of Sydney Business School
  • Julieanne O’Hara, Manager UTS Careers Service
  • Dr Theresa Winchestor-Seeto, ACEN NSW/ACT Committee Member & WIL Consultant
  • Associate Professor Annette Marlow, Director of Professional Experience, University of Tasmania
  • Dr Anna Rowe, Program Research Development Office, PACE, Macquarie University

If you would like more information please contact: acennswforums@gmail.com

To register go to: www.acennswact.weebly.com

The Forum is free for ACEN members and $30 for non-members.

WIL Africa conference

WIL Africa conference

WIL-Africa  Durban July 18-20, 2018

WIL-Africa 2018 is Africa’s premier CWIE event.

Theme: ‘Policy to implementation’.

The sub-themes include:

  1. WIL successes, challenges and creative solutions.
  2. Integrated perspective to enhancing employability and entrepreneurship.
  3. WIL Curriculum issues including assessment, decolonisation, etc.

This event will showcase global best practice in Cooperative and Work Integrated Education. This will include peer reviewed research, opinion articles from industry and experts, and WIL solutions from real world practices across the Cooperative and Work Integrated Education value chain.

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