Resources – 2017


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Preparation for international sports-based WIL

A preparation program to support these students has been developed that includes modules and resources specific to the international placement destination. These include self-awareness, health and wellbeing, successful entrepreneurship, intercultural sensitivity and country of placement orientation.


ACEN websites

The Edge on Innovation Create. Activate. Collaborate The Edge Project explored how university students can develop and evidence enterprise and entrepreneurship capabilities through work integrated learning (WIL) to give students the edge for an ever-evolving and...

Reconceptualising WIL for HDR – webinar

Webinar - Reconceptualising and implementing WIL for the HDR experience – pedagogy, practice and policyWork Integrated learning (WIL) has traditionally been found almost exclusively in coursework degrees. However, due to the changing nature of the research training...

Embedding professional practice into IT degree

Embedding professional practice into the Bachelor of Information Technology undergraduate degree The WIL embedded internship is offered to all students accepted into the program Bachelor of Information Technology (Professional Practice) at Federation University...

Making more of WIL with Service Learning – webinar

Photo by Perry Grone on Unsplash An awareness of how service-learning (SL) or community engagement (CE) could be utilised in Australia as a response to university-community engagement has hovered since the early years of this century; for example in anticipated...

Internships and PhDs

In the ten years since Australia’s first large-scale scoping study of Work-integrated Learning (WIL) there has been a rapid increase in WIL research and undergraduate WIL opportunities. Though well-established in undergraduate degrees, WIL in postgraduate research...

2018 Conference proceedings

2018 ACEN Conference ‘WIL: Creating Connections Building Future’
October 3–5, 2018, Brisbane

Research and scholarship within WIE/WIL

This event was hosted and also live streamed by Griffith University Service Learning on May 29, 2019. Work-integrated learning (WIL) is a powerful pedagogy that transcends the traditional boundaries of academic work and deeply embeds the university into the community....

Learning and Teaching Repository

The Learning and Teaching Repository contains a collection of higher education learning and teaching materials flowing from projects funded by the Australian Government from 1994-2018.