Date and time: 18 March 2019, 9.30 – 3.00pm

Location: Ship Inn, Griffith University Southbank Campus Sidon Street, South Brisbane, QLD

Map

Refreshments provided.

Free to ACEN members; $20 non-members. RSVP required.

The event will not be recorded.

 
TIME ACTIVITY
9.00 Welcome and registration
9.30 Introductions and overview of day
9.40 Kate Lloyd – Evaluating WIL programs
10.45 Morning Tea
11.15 Deanne Skelly – Benchmarking WIL Assessment
12.00 Lunch
12.30 Matthew Campbell & Ricky Tunny – An institutional wide framework for quality assurance*
1.30 Short break
1.45 Continued activity
2.45 Conclusion
3.00 End of forum
3.10 ACENQ Meeting
4.00 Conclusion of ACENQ meeting
  * research project with ethics forms

Speakers

Kate Lloyd

Associate Professor Kate Lloyd

Kate is the Academic Director of Learning, Teaching and Research for Professional and Community Engagement (PACE) at Macquarie University. Kate leads the research and evaluation team which explores WIL outcomes and processes through the evaluation of the whole-of-institution PACE program.

Dr Deanne Skelly

Dr Deanne Skelly

Dr Deanne Skelly (nee Hryciw) obtained her PhD in Cellular Physiology in 2000 from the University of South Australia. Following this, she completed postdoctoral training at Johns Hopkins University, The University of Sydney and The University of Queensland.  

 

Matthew Campbell

Matthew Campbell

Matthew has a diverse background in education, having taught and researched in areas of criminology, physics and science education, workplace learning, adult education, sociology, leadership and ethics.  He is currently Senior Lecturer in WIL at QUT.

Rick Tunny

Dr Ricky Tunny

Dr. Tunny is a graduate from the University of Queensland, completing his PhD in 2007. He has more than 15 years’ experience working in the higher education sector, with a number of years in management and leadership positions, including Manager, Work Integrated Learning within the Faculty of Health and Senior Lecturer, Work Integrated Learning at QUT.