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WACE Conference ‘New Challenges for CWIE in the 21st Century’

The 20th World Conference will be held in Chiang Mai, Thailand on June 5-8 and hosted through the alliance of TACE and our four Global Partners in Thailand: Suranaree University of Technology, Siam University, Sripatum University and Western Digital, Thailand. The...

2017 Research Grants applications open

In 2017 ACEN is offering funding for three Work Integrated Learning (WIL) research grants. Applications are invited on topics related to one of the following themes identified through National WIL Strategy and 2016 ACEN National Research Symposium. Applications close...

2016 scholarship – social work placement in Queensland

Undertaking my final placement in .... was a careful decision. I know, from some experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, that Australia’s Indigenous population faces many issues pertaining equity, explicit and implicit forms of...

New APJCE articles published

The Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education has published additional papers for the third issue of this year. These can now be viewed at http://www.apjce.org. Book Review: Educating the Deliberate Professional: Preparing for Future Practices (2016) Exploring the...

2016 Conference proceedings, pics, presentations

2016 Conference material is now available Proceedings from the 2016 ACEN Conference are now available. Download the Proceedings Pics – lots of people you might recognise (thanks to Kylie Twford, UoN). See them here Presentations – several presenters have provided...

ACEN VIC/TAS special interest groups

The VicTas chapter of ACEN is interested in supporting the development of some Special Interest Groups (SIGs). The purpose of these groups is to facilitate collaboration between members with a particular shared interest in an aspect of WIL. It is anticipated that SIGs...

Best Paper Award 2016 Conference

The Best Paper was awarded to Diana Messum, Lesley Wilkes, Kath Peters and Debra Jackson for their paper "Senior managers’ and recent graduates’ perceptions of employability skills for health services management". Congratulations...

Best Poster Award 2016 Conference

The 2016 Conference Best Poster award went to Panos Vlachopoulos, Hayley Harris and Sarah White for their poster entitled "Learning in a Connected World: where employability agenda meets the principles of enactivism and connectivism". Congratulations!...