CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
 
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Non-Refereed Papers
 
Australia
 
Calvin Smith, Griffith Univeresity (non-refereed) Development of employability capability during the degree:
a cross-sectional cohort design to establish proxy longitudinal baseline data
 
Japan
 
Masahiko Itoh & Yasuo Utsumi, Sendai National College of Technology - Activity Report of Intellectual Property Student Advisory Office at Sendai National College of Technology in 2011
 
Yasushi Tanaka, Kyoto Sangyo University - Evaluating the Effectiveness of Career-oriented Education at Work - an analysis based on questionnaires to alumni
 
Malaysia
 
Nor Idayu Mahat, Abdul Razak Saleh, Hartini Ahmad, Universiti Utara Malaysia (non-refereed) Cooperative Education - Mixed of Skill Enhancements and Social Responsibilities

Nor Idayu Mahat, Hartini Ahmad, Ooi Yeng Keat, Universiti Utara Malaysia (non-refereed) Strategic Internship Programmes for Strengthening Collaboration between Academia and Small and Medium Enterprises: Experienced by Universiti Utara Malaysia
 
South Africa
 
Aneen Koch, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (non-refereed) E-Portfolios within work-integrated learning - online performance appraisal of final year students
 
Annie Moletsane, Vaal University of Technology (non-refereed) - The relevance of Work Integrated Learning - A case at a University of Technology
 
Pieter van Brakel, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (non-refereed) - Student exposure to knowledge sharing processes during work-integrated learning
 
United States
 
Donald McEachron, Drexel University (non-refereed) Using Knowledge Management Approaches to Integrate Co-operative Education
 
Refereed Papers
 
Australia
 
Anne Venebales, Iwona Miliszewska, Grace Tan, Victoria University (Discussion) Information Technology and Society - An Exchange of Australian and Chinese Perspectives

Bee K. May, RMIT University; Darryl M. Small (Discussion) Development and Successful Implementation of a new Work Integrated Learning course in Food Technology with Strong Industry Involvement

Bonnie Dean, Chris Sykes, Jan Turbill, University of Wollongong (Research) 'So, what did you do' A performative, practice-based approach to examining informal learning in WIL

Carolyn Woodley & Sue Marshall, Victoria University (Discussion) Occupational Health and Safety - a key legal literacy for learning in and about the workplace

Carolyn Woodley, Victoria University; Gary Edens, University of El Paso Texas (U.S.); Gaon Mitchell, Victoria University; Christine Armatas, Victoria University (Discussion) Internationalising LiW

Jan Moore, Deakin University (Research) Learning through reflection - the interface of theory and practice in public health

Jay Hays, Mike Clements, Swinburne University of Technology (Research) Transition - Bridging the Gap between Study and Work

Josephine Brady & Carolyn Broadbent, Australian Catholic University; Sandra Darley, St Mary MacKillop College (Discussion) The 'Down South Program' - Mutualism in university school partnerships

Katharina Wolf, Curtin University (Research) 'Brooke has been an absolute angel' - Leniency and the halo effect in industry based assessment of student competencies

Mike Clements, Jay Hays, Mary Appleby, Swinburne University of Technology (Discussion) Embedding Industry Engaged Learning Across the University

Suniti Bandaranaike, James Cook University; Catherine Snelling, Sophia Karanicolas, John Willison, The University of Adelaide (Research) Opening Minds and Mouths Wider: Developing a model for student reflective practice within clinical placements

Zelma Bone, Charles Sturt University (Discussion) Making it Work for Business - Compulsory work placement in undergraduate Business Programs
 
France
 
Frederic Sauvage & Nathalie Leroy (FORMASUP); Francis Guilbert, Universite de Lille (Research) Work integrated learning in French higher education :Towards new logics of use?
 
Indonesia
 
Ratna Lindawati Lubis, Institut Manajemen Telkom (Research) Work-Integrated Education - How Students' Entrepreneurial Team can Capitalize on Conflict
 
Malaysia
 
Stefanie Pillai, University of Malaya (Research) Global Internships - Insights from the University of Malaya

Zakaria Abas, Universiti Utara Malaysia; Angelina Yee Seow Voon, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus; Chong Aik Lee, UCSI University (Research) University-Industry Collaborations: Comparative Strategic Collaborative Management Practices
 
South Africa
 
Annadine Vlok, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (Discussion) WIL success - truth or dare

George Nickola, UNISA (Discussion) Work Integrated Learning in Electrical Engineering at UNIS

Jane Spowart, University of Johannesburg (Discussion) Preparing future-fit leaders; the challenge of work integrated learning in the Faculty of Management in a comprehensive university


Maritha Pritchard, Rene Benecke, Leon van Vuuren, University of Johannesburg (Research)The WIL student as social media practitioner - ethical challenges

Susanne Taylor, University of Johannesburg (Discussion) Education, Training and Skills Development - solving the conundrum - a South African perspective

Themba Msukwini, Shakeel Ori, Strinivasan Pillay, Brian Forbes, Durban University of Technology (Research) Perspectives of employers on work readiness of WIL students. A case study of the DUT
 
United Kingdom
 
Lisa Ward, Tina McAdie, Alison Bravington, Nigel King, University of Huddersfield (Discussion) Challenges of Developing and Sustaining a Research Partnership for Work Integrated Learning