Good WIL Dialogue – WILNZ Webinars 2023


Thursday 8 June 12pm
WIL and Emotions
Jean Corey-Wright (Ara Institute of Canterbury | Te Pukenga) and Patricia Lucas (Auckland University of Technology)
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Thursday 27 July 12pm
WIL and Legal Risks
Craig Cameron (University of Sunshine Coast)
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Thursday 7 September 12pm
WIL and Wellbeing
Jenny Fleming (Auckland University of Technology), Kath Hay (Massey University), Karsten Zegward and Gail Hutcheson (University of Waikato)
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Thursday 19 October 12pm
WIL and Artificial Intelligence
Hannah Parsons and Karen Murphy (Queenstown Resort College)
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Thursday 23 November 12pm
WIL and Multicultural Engagement
Alvin Yeo and Annika Hinze (University of Waikato), Danny Paruru (Whakatōhea Māori Trust Board)
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Good WIL Dialogue – WILNZ Webinars 2022


Thursday 24 November at 12.00 to 13.00 NZST
Advancing Equitable & Inclusive Experiential Learning Opportunities: A Five-Stage Framework for Change
Facilitated by Ainsley Goldman, Gifty MacKay and Danielle Moed, University of Toronto
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WIL Supervisors Supporting Students to Develop Resilience
Facilitated by Reena Soniassy-Unkovich, Massey University, NZ
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WIL Wellbeing
Facilitated by Dr Trevor Gerhardt and Dr Iro Konstantinou, Pearson College London
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Let’s Talk about WIL Research
Facilitated by Jenny Fleming & Patricia Lucas from AUT, and Kath Hay & Andy Martin from Massey University
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How Remote Work Influences Newcomer Socialisation in Organisations
Facilitated by Rebecca Downes, Victoria University, Well, NZ
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Work-Integrated Learning Going Virtual
Facilitated by Nima Riini & Olaf Sparrow, Wintec
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Good WIL Dialogue – WILNZ Webinars 2021


Exploring the impact of WIL on the mental health of dietetics students: supervisor perspectives
Facilitated by Reena Soniassy-Unkovich (Massey University)
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Understanding and managing risks in WIL: A conversation on principles and practices
Facilitated by Associate Professor Kathryn Hay (Massey University) and Dr Jenny Fleming (AUT)
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Indigenous Employability
Facilitated by Dr. Patricia Lucas & Dr. Sally Rae, Auckland University of Technology
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Teaching Bi-Cultural Competency in a WIL Course Aukaha kia kaha
Facilitated by Jeanette King & Clare Murray, University of Canterbury
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