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Australia

“Developing a Work Integrated Learning Unit for Employability and Technical Skills: One Size Does Not Fit All”
Dr. Jennifer O'Reilly; Andrea McCall; & Daniel Khoury, Monash University

“Communities of Practice, a Social Discipline of Learning: Nurturing a Physical and Virtual Social Learning Environment”
Patrick Keleher, Central Queensland University & Steven Hutchinson, The Open University (U.K.)

“Expectations of Industry Based Learning: A Stakeholder Approach”
Elizabeth Levin, Barbara Bok & Barbara Evans, Swinburne University of Technology

“The Challenges of Establishing an Internship Program: Policy, Expectations and Workloads”
Elizabeth Levin; Catherine Pocknee; & Gabriella Pretto, Swinburne University of Technology

“Running Head: Individual Differences and Work Integrated Learning”
Daniel Harrison, Griffith University

“Developing Graduate Capabilities in the Business Curriculum: Perspectives from International Students Studying in Australia”
Carolyn Woodley, Victoria University

“Engaging Industry in Assessment”
Carolyn Woodley & Sue Johnston, Victoria University

“Assessing and Learning in Internships: Reflecting on Pedagogy and Progress”
Ingrid Larkin & Amanda Beatson, Queensland University of Technology

“Realising the Vision: Implementing Learning in the Workplace and Community at
Victoria University (VU)”

Judie Kay; Leoni Russell; & Rachel Standfield, Victoria University

“Developing Reflective Practitioners Online: The Business of Blogs in Work Integrated Learning”
Ingrid Larkin & Amanda Beatson, Queensland University of Technology

France
“3 partners, 3 frameworks, 3 goals: the WIL to achieve the success of all”
Anne Crequis, FORMASUP; Nathalie Leroy, ESC Lille;
Walter Nuninger, Polytech’Lille/IESP; Arnauld Berthoux, ULCO/Polytech’Lille/IESP;
& Jean-Pierre Pauwels, ICAM)

Hong Kong
“WIL: Achieving Intended and Unintended Learning Outcomes of University Study”
Paula Hodgson, The University of Hong Kong

Indonesia
“Work Integrated Learning (WIL): Moving ‘From Brain to Market’”
Ir. Ratna Lindawaty Lubis, MM., Telkom Institute of Management (IM Telkom)

Japan
“Assessing the Effects of Work-Integrated Learning on Academic Performance and Employment Outcome – The Statistical Analysis Based on the KSU Students’ Data”
Yasushi Tanaka & Masashi Matsutaka, Kyoto Sangyo University

New Zealand
“VET and Practice Based Learning: Current Models of Integration”
James Cannan, Manukau Institute of Technology

South Africa
“Keeping WIL Alive in South African Higher Education”
Annadine Vlok, Cape Peninsula University of Technology

Thailand
“Enhancing Student Learning with Work Integrated Learning: A Case Study in Thailand”
Bongkosh N. Rittichainuwat; James Worth; Ryan Hanson; & Supraporn Rattanapinanchai, Siam University

U.K.
“Conceptualising Professional Capability”
Jenny Willis, The University of Surrey

“The Role of Work-integrated Learning in Academic Performance: Is there Correlation between Industrial Placements and Degree Performance?”
Richard Mendez, University of Leicester

“Reflection, Practice Learning and Documentation”
Pam Shakespeare, The Open University

“Managing to Comply – Developing Middle Managers in Further Education”
John Clarke & Michael Aiello, Liverpool John Moores University

U.S.
“Learning Communities, Internships and Capstone Projects”
Francine White, LaGuardia Community College

“Competency ePortfolios for Accounting Students: Creating Intentional Connections for Work-Integrated Learning”
Angela Wu; Marie Hanlon; & Michael Napolitano, LaGuardia Community College