Designing authentic assessments that allow students to demonstrate learning of industry-specific workplace practices can be challenging.READ MORE
ACEN Grant – Learning & Teaching through PACE: Changing roles and environments. This study explored the implications of new roles generated within WIL-activities through the interrelationships and interconnections of university teachers with other stakeholders.
ACEN Research Grant Work Integrated Learning in Social Work and Human Services: An Assessment of Financial Stress Associated with Student Placements Mark Brough, Ignacio...
Work integrated learning (WIL) connects students with industry, business, government, and community and creates authentic learning experiences that strengthen students’ capacity to develop work-ready skills. WIL has emerged as a key strategy to respond to changes in tertiary education and the demand for graduates with work-related capabilities.