ACEN has made a submission to the ‘Inquiry into innovation and creativity: workforce for the new economy’, being conducted by the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Education and Employment. The Committee is inquiring into matters that ensure Australia’s...READ MORE
The 2016 ACEN Scholarship applicants: Must be from institutions that are financial members of ACEN. (See https://acen.edu.au/member-institutions/ for a list of current...
In conjunction with the 2016 National Conference, a Research Symposium will be held at Western Sydney University.
The Symposium and Pre-conference Workshops will be run concurrently the day prior to the Conference, September 28, 2016.
There has been sector-wide recognition of the increased need for a streamlined, quality-assured process for engagement with third party providers (TPP) to minimise duplication of effort and maximise outcomes for students.
The Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN) has worked in collaboration with The University of Queensland (UQ) to produce best-practice guidance on the development of collaborative relationship with TPPs.
Report by Dr Denise Jackson and Professor Ken Greenwood, Edith Cowan University
This project canvassed employer, academic and student perspectives on current practice, challenges and barriers to managing Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) for international students in Western Australia (WA).
Papers from the Australian Collaborative Education Network Annual Conference 2014 The Asia-Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education publishes peer-reviewed original...