4th Annual NZACE Conference

Theme: Issues and innovations in contemporary work-based learning

Location: Rotorua, March 22-23, 2001

Papers and presenters:

The role of the placement coordinator
Chris Eames and Richard Coll, University of Waikato

Professional artistry or pre-determined standards? Creative genius or paint by numbers?
Sheila Granger, Christchurch College of Education (Nelson Campus)

Issues for overseas students involved in a work-integrated learning course
Kath Seton, UNITEC Institute of Technology

Work-based learning in undergraduate degree teaching: Challenges and barriers
Ami Sundar, Eastern Institute of Technology

Developing cooperative education at Lincoln University
Kathryn Gibson, Lincoln University

Measuring outcomes of a cooperative education year
Miriam Weisz, RMIT University

Enhancing student self-efficacy towards pre-placement interviews
Mark Lay, Richard Coll and Karsten Zegwaard, University of Waikato

The use and application of on-line support in cooperative education
Katharine Hoskyn, Auckland University of Technology

Doing research and getting it published: A guide for cooperative education practitioners
Richard Coll, The University of Waikato

Internationalisation of science & technology by cooperative education: The students perspective
Richard K. Coll, Stuart Beard, University of Waikato, and Jon Harris, RJ Hill Laboratories

Harnessing the internet tools for facilitating temporary work-based learning
Mae McSporran and Caoline King, UNITEC Institute of Technology

Global and local quality issues in cooperative education programmes
Lester Finch, Eastern Institute of Technology

Student experiences of international cooperative education: Reflections on personal and professional growth
Richard Coll and Natalie Wong, University of Waikato

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