Showcasing the latest research and practice in WIL, providing a second chance at hearing about the exciting work that is being done.
Explore risks associated with work based placements and the extent to which other workplace entitlements and protections extend to student WIL participants.
Friday 30 November
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IJWIL is pleased to announce the publications of a Special Issue on WIL Research Methods, guest edited by Jenny Fleming from AUT University, New Zealand.
Findings of ATN project on innovative emerging models of WIL – Webinar Wed 21 Nov 2018
Three ongoing roles: Experiential Education Coordinator, Experiential Education Officer and Student Academic Experience Project Coordinator
The WIL Academic Coordinator will report into the Learning & Teaching Portfolio and sit within the Industry Engagement unit of the College of Business. Closes Nov 16.
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Ship Inn, South Bank 10:30am
Innovative and entrepreneurial models of WIL challenge the adequacy of traditional assessment approaches in generating the credible evidence of entrepreneurial capabilities. Thursday 8 November 2018
October 1, 2018 – February 15, 2019: Abstract Submission Period
(with rolling review & acceptance: early submissions are highly recommended)