Case studies

We’re delighted to have added to our store of case studies over the last few weeks.

These WIL activities are considered to have

  • benefits all stakeholders – the student, community/industry and institution
  • demonstrated good practice and/or innovation
  • successful evaluation processes
  • a wider impact beyond completion
  • incorporated preparation, implementation and reflection phases of WIL.

Rowan Brookes, Monash University

A case study that describes an approach to an industry-linked Honours program in Science

Dr Sally Lewis and Dr Jane Andrew, University of South Australia

Students from four different disciplines work together to develop and implement a social media campaign

Carol-joy Patrick, Griffith University

The Community Internship course offers student a transformational learning experience to enhance their social responsibility and employability.

Lisa Andersen and John Burke, University of Technology Sydney

A pricing subject in a marketing school where learning and applying theory simultaneously leads to work-ready outcomes

Margaret Jollands, RMIT University

This WIL module brings to campus what an engineering student would do on a placement.

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Franziska Trede, was Charles Sturt University (now University of Technology, Sydney)

Resources to foster students’ capacity to learn with mobile technology appropriately in workplace learning (WPL).

Dr Tamara Blakemore and Shaun McCarthy, The University of Newcastle

An off-campus, inter-professional, outreach clinic for law and social work at The University of Newcastle.

Sally Parrott, RMIT University

WIL model for developing global competency and online business skills that reflects real-world business practice.

Dr Clare Dyson, Queensland University of Technology

To respond to student and Industry Partner demand for fast, flexible and relevant blended learning options for internships while in the field.

Dr Anna Rowe, was Macquarie University (now UNSW)

Third year psychology students mentor young people who are facing profound challenges.

Kristy Goodchild, Curtin University

A 2nd year Health Science student’s WIL experience in rural Cambodia

Dr Deb Agnew and Ms Elizabeth Abery et al, Flinders University

The opportunity for students to complete an international placement in the area of sport development in India

Dr Rebecca Bilous, Macquarie University

Developing sustainable, reciprocal and interdisciplinary projects with an indigenous rights organisation in Sabah, Malaysia

Gabrielle Shield, University of Canberra

Building deeper university + industry relationships to provide meaningful outcomes for students, industry and university.

Dr Tamara Blakemore and Shaun McCarthy, The University of Newcastle

An off-campus, inter-professional, outreach clinic for law and social work at The University of Newcastle.

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Sally Parrott, RMIT University

WIL model for developing global competency and online business skills that reflects real-world business practice.