case-studies-bannerA new section of the ACEN website will describe and share quality, innovative WIL practice using case studies about a diversity of disciplines, models and methods.

New case studies

We want to include material that will inspire, inform and assist WIL practitioners and you’re urged to share your experience and ideas.


These are the criteria ACEN uses when assessing submissions for acceptance as case studies. Where necessary the author will be contacted for more information. See the rubric

Update your vignette

Previously we had a section on vignettes. While it’s dated (and so deliberately no longer visible) at the moment you can see it here.

If you have a vignette, now’s the time to update details, contacts, links and images.

Here’s how

  1. Complete an online submission
  2. An external review process occurs; we get back to you if we have any suggested amendments or we require clarification
  3. The final process is publication of the WIL Case Study on the ACEN website for wider circulation and to share practice as a community.