Vic/Tas ACEN Workshop Invitation:
Evidencing entrepreneurial capabilities through innovative WIL
Innovative and entrepreneurial models of WIL challenge the adequacy of traditional assessment approaches in generating the credible evidence of entrepreneurial capabilities that give students an employability edge for an ever-evolving and complex future.
The ATN Edge Project is addressing such challenges through the co-design, piloting and evaluation of a range of scalable and sustainable WIL assessment approaches in partnership with key stakeholders – national industry and recruiter groups, entrepreneurs, employers, alumni and students.
This workshop is relevant to course and discipline leaders, WIL practitioners, academic and curriculum developers.
This interactive workshop will provide an opportunity for participants to:
- Explore enterprise and entrepreneurial WIL approaches being implemented in courses across Australia
- Unpack challenges in evidencing learning and assessment in enterprise and entrepreneurial WIL
- Work with peers to design curriculum for interdisciplinary WIL experiences which develop enterprise capabilities
- Thursday 23rd May, 2019
- RMIT University Building 80, level 3, room 15. 445 Swanston St Melbourne Map
- Cost: free to ACEN members; $20 non-members
- As this is a workshop no recording will be available post-event.
The Edge Project is funded by an Excellence in Learning and Teaching grant from the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN)
Facilitator: Associate Professor Jude Smith
Associate Professor Judith Smith is the Director, Next Gen Learning at Queensland University of Technology. In this role she provides strategic leadership to institutional initiatives and projects in emerging pedagogies and technologies that align to QUT’s real world learning vision and address wicked challenges in teaching and learning.
Judith is a Board member of Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN) and is Chair of the ACEN Research, Scholarship and Professional Learning Subcommittee. She is also leading the multi-institutional research project which is focused on the development of enterprise and entrepreneurial capabilities through emerging models of Work Integrated Learning (WIL).