Good practice guides
WIL in Science is a program to build WIL experiences in Australian science degrees. The program reaches into all Science Faculties through the Australian Council of Deans of Science and includes peer networks, case studies, and a growing online resource, the WIL Guide for Science.
WIL researchers from across the globe will share research areas and questions that have emerged as a result of COVID-19 and its impact on WIL programs. The panelists will describe the approaches being taken in exploring their research questions and share preliminary findings.
The WA Chapter invite ACEN Members to the following webinar: But I Didn’t Sign Up For Online This interactive online workshop will look at online WIL options followed...
During the ACEN national conversation on work-integrated learning in June, we heard from representatives of over 30 tertiary education institutions about how they are responding to recent changes to higher education.
The research team from Deakin, RMIT and University of Tasmania, who are investigating virtual WIL for an ACEN funded research project, have released an interim guide to assist WIL practitioners who are newly offering placements and major projects online instead of face-to-face.
It has become evident within Higher Education and within (or in partnership with) the workplace, that there is a growing demand for an integration of learning within the workplace.
Project-based WIL is one of the most utlized modes of WIL across all fields.
Employers from across the globe will share strategies and innovations in response to COVID-19 on work integrated learning and offer perspectives on the longer term opportunities and impacts on WIL and the world of work moving forward.
ACEN Critical Conversations provides a platform for discussion around current issues facing WIL practitioners.
Portfolios are created increasingly electronically, be that portfolios for internships, work placements, or other WIL activities, and also showcases.