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Sand, Surf, Social Work and Law: inter-professional learning and practice at the University of Newcastle
An off-campus, inter-professional, outreach clinic for law and social work at The University of Newcastle. Law on the Beach is a free legal advice clinic conducted by Newcastle Law School over summer. The clinics are held in the Newcastle Surf Club and aim to make...read more
Students from four different disciplines work together to develop and implement a social media campaignread more
Responding to student and Industry Partner demand for fast, flexible and relevant learning for internships while in the field. This project is a series of blended-learning online modules designed to support students and their industry partners progressively throughout...read more
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...read more
A Virtual Global WIL Project (VGWP) is an innovative pedagogical model for developing global competency and business skills that reflects real-world business practice. The VGWP brings students from multiple countries and time zones together to solve a real-life...read more
Industry Placement Field Project is a core unit of the Bachelor of Sport, Health and Physical Activity. New Colombo Plan Mobility Grants provided the opportunity for students to complete an international placement in the area of sport development in India (2016; 2017)...read more
Third year psychology students complete one full day of mentoring training (a TAFE Accredited certification) followed by two hours of mentoring a week for two 10-week school terms (46 hours of placement in total).read more
RMIT have developed an authentic, simulated, non-placement WIL project for final year engineering students unable to do an engineering work placement. This bespoke WIL module was developed in collaboration with an engineering consultancy drawing on a real-world engineering project.read more
Mobile Technology Capacity Building Framework for Workplace Learning Brief description of WIL activity The Mobile Technology Capacity Building Framework for Workplace Learning aims to enhance students’ WPL experiences and, ultimately, increase their agency (their...read more
Curtin University have facilitated a 4-week WIL placement for a 2nd year Health Science student with a not-for-profit agency in rural Cambodia. The placement was completed as part of an existing credit-bearing WIL unit via a new international partnership.read more