The 2016 ACDS WIL in Science forum was held on Friday December 2nd focusing on the ACDS Lighthouse projects. Participants explored the successes and challenges of establishing and growing work-integrated learning in science degrees stimulating lively discussion and new connections.
Presentations from the program are available here.
- Associate Professor Ruth Bridgstock, Senior National OLT Fellow: Graduate Employment 2.0 (also see Graduate Employability 2.0)
- Professor Judyth Sachs: Enhancing student employability through WIL: observations from practice
- Ms Anne Younger, Ai Group, Education and Training: Uni students, good news for your business
ACDS Lighthouse projects
- Dr Tina Acuna, University of Tasmania: Unifying WIL in Science at the University of Tasmania
- Dr Jo-Ann Chuck, Western Sydney University: Providing WIL across complex interconnected science degrees
- Prof Peter Adams, University of Queensland: Exploring alternate models for WIL in Science: Linking Work with Learning
- Dr Rowan Brookes, Monash University: WIL and professional skills in an honours stream
- Prof Peter Meier, University of Technology Sydney: Maintaining motivation for broad-based WIL
- Prof Malcolm CampbellMalcolm Campbell, Deakin University: Learning to work, working to learn – building practice capability for WIL