Authentic connections case study

Authentic connections case study

Responding to student and Industry Partner demand for fast, flexible and relevant learning for internships while in the field.

This project is a series of blended-learning online modules designed to support students and their industry partners progressively throughout the major stages of a WIL internship placement: preparation, industry engagement, and reflection, and to allow students to access material relevant to their particular timeframe and relevant to their particular placement.

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Lecturer (School of Business and Law) ECU

Lecturer (School of Business and Law) ECU

Joondalup Campus, Perth, WA

The School of Business and Law is seeking to appoint a Lecturer with a background in a business related discipline who will contribute to the Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program.

As well as contributing to the growth of their discipline in research and teaching, the successful applicant will:

  • Have successfully completed a PhD
  • Develop, implement and evaluate quality work-integrated learning units in the School
  • Liaise with the WIL Coordinator and other academic discipline coordinators in the development and implementation of WIL interventions and units
  • Engage in research in WIL, including sourcing funding, presenting findings and embedding learning into teaching practice.

Closing Date
Applications close on Sunday 5 August 11.30pm (AWST).

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‘International Internships: Mission, Methods, and Models’

‘International Internships: Mission, Methods, and Models’

The book is a collection of papers from the Global Internship Conference and represents the range of discussion and provides real lessons learned and guidance for those working with or considering developing international internships.

A stalwart of ACEN Board, Associate Professor Alan Blackman, Director, Work Integrated Learning at Griffith University is one of the eighteen authors.

Read the preface

Enquiries, including purchase matt@academicinternshipcouncil.org

2018 WIL Awards

2018 WIL Awards

Nominations are invited for the

Collaboration Award – made to a partner organisation that is collaborating with a university to provide a sustained and significant contribution to work integrated learning.

Local Hero Award – made to a small-medium enterprise (SME; 0-199 employees) partner that is contributing to work integrated learning beyond the expectations of the size of their organisation.

Case Study Award – a new award recognises quality and innovative work integrated learning practices across a diverse range of disciplines, models and methods.

Nominations close July 31, 2018

More details and nomination process