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.
How can universities continue to support communities in the face of ongoing uncertainty?
WIL to Work is a collaborative project to address issues facing international students in accessing and benefiting from Work Integrated Learning (WIL) experiences.
Developing enhanced understandings of cultural and linguistic diversity for equity, academic support, and careers staff. We are conducting a project to examine the...
Researchers at the University of Sydney and the US Department of State’s Virtual Student Federal Service are interested in student experiences of online placements...
ACEN is delighted to announce “Together we WIL”, a student-written newsletter column. We are currently seeking contributions to the column, which will feature students’...
ACEN Critical Conversations provides a platform for discussion around current issues facing WIL practitioners. Driven by the ACEN COVID19 response team and the ACEN...
The UQ Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Symposium, supported by ACENQ, will bring together members of the WIL community from ACENQ and UQ to share knowledge, and build insight into key issues facing WIL practitioners.
Nominations are called for up to TWO eligible members to be elected as Directors at the ACEN Annual General Meeting. Current directors retiring under this requirement may choose to nominate again.