2016 Conference Programme

Summary Programme

  NZACE Interim Conference Programme 2016pdf

Accepted Abstracts

‘The Ends Justify the Means’ – Reconciling Reputation Management with The Meaning of Work in Co-operative Distance Education
“I’m from the university and I’d like to make a few changes”: Integration or disintegration ?
“Times that by 100” : Learning from international practica
“You can see it in their eyes”: learning flashpoints in work integrated learning (WIL)
A transactional model of critical reflection: Collaboration, advocacy, and engagement
Academic, supervisor, mentor, Mother: the emotional roller coaster of facilitating the student Work Integrated Learning placement journey
Are Internships Less Academically Robust Than Final Projects? Answering the Critics
Are students acquiring the skills, competencies and work experience that align with industry needs and WIL course design?
Benefits of Cooperative Education: Student perceptions at Manukau Institute of Technology
Bringing theory and practice together: Mentoring for Leadership
Cooperative & Work-integrated Education in the South Pacific
Designing and implementing work-integrated learning within a computing degree course
Diversity down under: regional challenges placing international students in industry
Don’t Get Left Behind! The Use of LinkedIn and Online Technology to Record Experience
Employer Expectations For Number and Length of US Internships: Implications for Preparing Young Adults to Enter the Workplace
Giving Academic Credits for Students Who Have Obtained Summer Internships
Growing under the radar – emerging opportunities in digital sector work
Having a student around: What is the impact on the workplace team?
Industry Based Learning – a student’s perspective
Internship as Overseas Experience for International students
Learning Motivations and Learning Barriers: On Overseas Internships
More than a university topic: Work integrated learning as partnerships to make a significant and sustainable difference to less privileged communities at home and abroad
Participants’ experience and impact on their practice from engaging in an online professional development WIL module
Promoting Development of Critical Thinking through Work-Integrated Learning
Psychology Interns, Alumni and Field Supervisors: Collaboration via Online Community of Practice
Reflections on implementing a new WIL module in a provincial NZ tertiary institution
Setting Great Expectations: Better People Make Better Graduates
Some aspects of supervising students’ action research: challenges and possible solutions
Students’ advice about learning off campus: Have courage and expect the unexpected
Synergy of a Cooperative Education Project: A Case Study
The effectiveness of strength and conditioning internships among undergraduate students: A Students’ perspective
Using a “Placement Portfolio” to prepare Health Sciences students for the WIL journey and beyond
Vocational Thresholds in GP medicine, carpentry, and engineering
Work-Integrated Learning Qualities of First Year Assessments in the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science