Special journal issue

Special journal issue

International Journal for Work-Integrated Learning

Call for Papers for Special Issue of the International Journal for Work-Integrated Learning

Presenters of the 2018 ACEN Conference, Brisbane, Australia are invited to submit an expanded and fuller version of their conference paper for the Special Issue of the International Journal for Work-Integrated Learning (IJWIL).

Important dates:

  • Full paper submission: 14th of December, 2018
  • Reviewers’ feedback: End of Feb, 2019
  • Final paper submission: May, 2019
  • Publication date: May-June, 2019

Papers, following the IJWIL instructions for submission to the journal, are to be submitted as a Word document (.doc or .docx) directly to the IJWIL Editor (Karsten Zegwaard; Karsten.zegwaard@waikato.ac.nz)

The content sought should broadly fit around advancing WIL, exploring relational aspects and partnerships in WIL, unusual practice/context, and how WIL impacts graduates futures (e.g., employability measures, long term impacts of WIL, preparing for changing futures, etc).

The specific wording of the special issue theme will be decided based on the content of the submitted papers. Submitted papers not selected for the special issue that are still suitable for publication in IJWIL can be, after discussions with the author(s), published in the IJWIL general print run.

More information about the Special Issue

International Journal for Work-Integrated Learning

WIL Manager, University of Waikato

WIL Manager, University of Waikato

The Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) Central Unit has been established to ensure every undergraduate student is presented with the opportunity to undertake some form of work-integrated learning as part of their qualification. We are seeking an enthusiastic and well organised person who relates well to a wide range of people from a variety of backgrounds and cultures and who has demonstrated experience creating positive relationships across key stakeholders and external partners.

In this position you will be responsible for maintaining central oversight of all operational WIL processes at the University. You will establish and maintain connections between University staff and industry, employers, researchers and professional bodies to create collaborative relationships and facilitate the University’s WIL programme. You will identify opportunities to strengthen staff and student engagement in WIL and make recommendations to ensure the WIL programme continues to improve graduate outcomes for University of Waikato students.

Position closes on the 28th of Sept.


Job description

Apply here

Call for nominations for Directors

Call for nominations for Directors

Nomination as an ACEN Director at 2018 AGM

Nominations are called for up to FIVE eligible members to be elected as Directors at the ACEN Annual General Meeting. Current directors retiring under this requirement may choose to nominate again.

Elections for the above positions will be held at the Annual General Meeting to be held on 2.30 PM AEDT, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2018

To be eligible for election to the above positions members must be registered on the Members Register, prior to date of the general meeting, and to have their nomination supported by two other Members who are eligible to vote. Nominations must be received by the Secretary at admin@acen.edu.au not later than 5.00pm AEST, FRIDAY October 5, using the attached form.

Nominating Members should be aware that they are obligated to demonstrate support from their employer for their participation on the Board, including attendance at one face-to-face meeting each year.

See also http://acen.edu.au/executive-responsibilities/ and http://acen.edu.au/board-code-of-conduct/