Since the Bradley Review (2008) and WIL Report (2009) much has been made of the need to increase the quantity of WIL opportunities for students across Australian higher education.READ MORE
The purpose of this guide is to foster high quality assessment practice in formally assessed work-integrated learning (WIL) programs.
As the leading national association for WIL in Australia, ACEN has a role to play in continuing to advocate for quality WIL practice across our higher education sector.
On Wednesday 22 July, academics and WIL practitioners at the University of Wollongong attended a reflective webinar, showcasing diverse responses to WIL pedagogy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
ACEN Research Conversations: Masters/Doctoral (PhD) candidate or Early Career Researcher (ECR) investigating Work-Integrated Learning
Are you a Masters/Doctoral (PhD) candidate or Early Career Researcher (ECR) investigating Work-Integrated Learning?
WIL researchers from across the globe will share research areas and questions that have emerged as a result of COVID-19 and its impact on WIL programs. The panelists will describe the approaches being taken in exploring their research questions and share preliminary findings.