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University of Canberra and PwC Industry Based Learning Program (IBL)

Industry Based Learning (IBL) program provides an opportunity for students to be immersed in the PwC workplace for a full semester. The Industry Based Learning (IBL) program provides an opportunity for students to be immersed in the PwC workplace for a full semester,...

Sustainable, reciprocal and interdisciplinary projects in Sabah

Developing sustainable, reciprocal and interdisciplinary projects in Sabah (Malaysia) with PACOS Trust. Over the past nine years undergraduate students at Macquarie University have been working on interdisciplinary projects with PACOS, an indigenous rights...

Interdisciplinary Studio-Based Work Integrated Learning

This interdisciplinary studio-based work integrated learning guide is based on lessons learnt from a 12 month project that  brought together health sciences and architecture students and staff to explore how health and wellbeing con be optimised through...

An Industry-linked Honours program in Science

Using waste to fight against Dengue Fever, Kiribati (central Pacific) - an industry linked project The Bachelor of Science Advanced-Global Challenges Honours year is a unique research program that immerses talented science students in an experiential and...

Copyright remix – Fair dealing image resources for digital age

lorem ipsumm 15 Copyright remix - Fair dealing image resources for digital age https://akoaotearoa.ac.nz/research-register/list/copyright-remix-fair-dealing-image-resources-digital-age adbacdef Mode: work related learning Date: 2011 Fund: Ako Aotearoa...

Employability for the WIL community – webinar

Topic: Employ your abilities! Rethinking and enabling employability development within curriculum… Date:  14 November 2017 • 11:00am-12:00pm (AEST) Employability development involves the cognitive and social development of learners as individuals,...

What lawyers know about legal risks in WIL – webinar recording

October 24,  2017 This webinar will present the results of a case study of Australian university lawyers. The study reveals a series of program and contract risks in WIL programs that have not previously been explored in the literature. The findings will...

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