ACCEPTED ABSTRACTS
(As of January 25, 2018)
 
REFEREED RESEARCH PAPERS
 
“Developing graduate attributes through CWIE”   Australia
     
“Evaluation of an online training program for industry supervisors to strengthen university-industry partnerships”   Australia
     
“Student transfer of skills and knowledge across university and work contexts”   Australia
     
“Facilitating Student Cultural Competence through a Work-Integrated Learning Short-Term Study Abroad Experience”   Australia
     
“Entering the shifting playing field: Examining the relationship between emotional intelligence, gender, and WIL students’ perspectives on professionalism in the digital technology industry”   Canada
     
“Graduate competencies and competence: Science and engineering employers’ perspectives”   New Zealand
     
“THE ROLE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN SHAPING “CWIE” AT TELKOM UNIVERSITY INDONESIA: Defined by Learning Led by Teaching   Indonesia
     
“An exploration of the scope, impact and value on students, staff and benefits for communities who implement civic engagement as a form of extra-curricular community engagement at the University of Technology in South Africa”   South Africa
     
“Perceived professional development needs within the international work-integrated learning community”   New Zealand
     
“A TRINATIONAL COMPARATIVE COOPERATIVE EDUCATION STUDY, DEVELOPING BEST PRACTICE FOR COOPERATIVE AND WORK-INTEGRATED EDUCATION, IN GERMANY, AUSTRALIA AND SOUTH KOREA”   Germany
     
“Impact of Parents’ Education Level and Self-Esteem on Career Aspirations of Co-op Students”   Thailand
     
“From work-integrated learning to learning-integrated work: motivations and apprehensions of Graduate Level Apprentices”   United Kingdom
     
“Managing Intercultural Competence during Work Integrated Learning: A Case Study of Durban University of Technology (DUT)”   South Africa
     
“Partnerships for employability: The role of universities, industry, professional accrediting bodies, and students in an Australian context”   Australia
     
“Efficacy of Work Integrated Learning: Pre and Post Perceptions among Co-op Students”   Thailand
     
“Mental Health, Sense of Belonging, and WIL: The Experiences of Sexual Minority Students”   Canada
     
“Factor Affecting Willingness to Communicate in English of Thai Co-op Students”   Thailand
     
“From Expression of Interest to Publication: The Journey of Two Experiential Education Researchers”   Canada
     
“Evolution and Validation of an Innovative Pedagogical Framework for a VUCA World”   Hong Kong
     
“Modeling resilient and adaptable CWIE practice: the importance of learner identity in initial teacher education”   Australia
     
“How do they learn? What learning process to develop 21th centuries competencies?”   France
     
“The value of interpersonal and intrapersonal competencies in cooperative education across disciplines”   United States
     
“Introduction of cooperative and work-integrated education in Asia: A comparison between Thailand and China”   Germany
     
“Alumni - a critical role at the research intersection of employability and international education”   Australia
     
“International Internships: An investigation of international cooperative student experiences by partner institutions”   New Zealand
     
“An Effective integrated model for Cooperative & Work Integrated Education (CWIE): The case of a University of Technology in South Africa”   South Africa
     
“The Role of Internship/Co-op Participation in Leader Talent Selection”   United States
     
“Student learning and knowing in workplace practice”   Australia
     
“Is there value for higher education students to undertake a cross-cultural peer-to-peer mentoring experience?”   Australia
     
“Designing innovative and emerging models of WIL: Transforming Practice”   Australia
     
“Industry careers of IT graduates with soft skills: A regional survey”   New Zealand
     
“A legitimation code theory perspective on “work integrated learning” in school science curriculum”   South Africa
     
“An international comparison of CWIE in East Asia”   Japan
     
“Integrating the formal learning of statisticians with their informal workplace learning”   South Africa
     
“Marketisation and consumerism in Higher Education: the student as both consumer and producer in personal branding”   United Kingdom
     
“Development of an International Expansion Strategy: Key Challenges for a University Offering Work-Integrated Dual Study Programs”   Germany
     
“Talent Management in Organizations and the Role of Work-Integrated Learning”   Canada
     
“Exploration of the disconnect between employers and higher education in the context of the supply of, and demand for, graduate labour within engineering disciplines”   United Kingdom
     
“EU Cooperative and Work Integrated Higher Education study and best practices”   France
     
“What do employers think about hiring students from international pathways?”   Canada
     
“The integration of Work Integrated Learning in teacher education”   South Africa
     
“Decolonizing WIL: Research on Critical Success Factors for a UVic International Indigenous WIL Program”   Canada
     
“Work Integrated Learning: Partnership Models”   South Africa
     
“A framework model for professional, cooperative higher education - New perspectives on the internationalisation of cooperative higher education”   Germany
     
“Boosting Collaboration within the Strategic Triangle: results from an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership Project called “BEEHiVES”   Germany
     
“Developing a WIL framework for TVET teacher training in South Africa”   Canada
     
ACADEMIC POSTERS
 
“Cost and the craving for novelty: Exploring motivations and barriers for cooperative education and exchange students to go abroad”   Canada
     
“The Effectiveness of CWIE Program to Enhance Organizational Skills: A Multilevel Structural Equation Modeling Approach”   Thailand
     
“Experiential Learning Professional Development (ELPD) Course”   Canada
     
“Innovative Business Projects as an Enabler to Enhance Intercultural and Management Skills of Students”   Germany
     
“Personalized Learning and Teaching by Using Mobile Learning Analytics in the Curriculum”   Germany