Wednesday, June 15: CONCURRENT SESSION A - 11.20am-1.00pm
Other Activities: Special Presentation for Japanese Delegation (IBM) – Rec Center
World Conference Concurrent Sessions A B C D E

Pearlstein 101
(Seats - 75)
Pearlstein 102
(Seats - 75)
Pearlstein 202
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 203
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 206
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 207
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 302
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 303
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 307
(Seats - 40)
Pearlstein 308
(Seats - 40)
Disque 103
(Seats - 230)
Disque 108
(Seats - 146)
Stratton 113
(Seats - 186)
Chair:
Peggy Jarvie
Chair:
Paula Scott
Chair:
Shakeel Ori
Chair:
Muriel Klemetski
Chair:
Jim Stellar
Chair:
Ronel Rizzo
Chair:
Sherilyn Trompetter
Chair:
Walter Yuen
Chair:
Lisa Ward
Chair:
Karima Ramji
Chair:
Neil Ward
Chair:
Wirat Lertpaitpoonpan
Chair:
Manny Contomanolis
11.20am-1.00pm 11.20am-1.00pm 11.20am-1.00pm 11.20am-1.00pm 11.20am-1.00pm 11.20am-1.00pm 11.20am-1.00pm 11.20am-1.00pm 11.20am-1.00pm 11.20am-1.00pm 11.20am-1.00pm 11.20am-1.00pm 11.20am-1.00pm
PANEL SESSION PANEL SESSION ACADEMIC SALON REFEREED PAPER PAPER PRESENTATION WORKSHOP WORKSHOP PAPER PRESENTATION REFEREED PAPER WORKSHOP WORKSHOP WORKSHOP WORKSHOP
“Multi-Country Perspective: Meeting the Dynamic Global Needs of Nursing Today through Cooperative Education/Work-Integrated Learning”

Kristen Betts, Drexel University (U.S.)
Supporting Presenters:
Dr. Karyn Holt, Drexel University (U.S); Dr. Yvonne Hilli, Novia University of Applied Sciences (Finland); Suzanne Foster, Dalhousie University (Canada); Faye Meloy, Drexel University (U.S.); Maria Skyvell Nilsson, University West (Sweden); Sandra Pennbrant, University West (Sweden); Jennifer Rabach, Victoria University (Australia); Dr. Maureen Farrell, Victoria University (Australia)


“Transformative Engagement: Three International Case Studies of Knowledge Practices in WIL / Coop”

Stephen Crump, University of Newcastle (Australia)
Supporting Presenters: Donna Qualters, Suffolk University (U.S.); Leif Karlsson, Kristianstad University (Sweden);
Kitty te Riele, University of Technology Sydney (Australia)

Topic: Research Related to Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education”

Presentation One:

“Advocating service learning for responsible citizenship among public management students at universities of technology in South Africa”


Nirmala N. Dorasamy, Durban University of Technology (South Africa)

Presentation Two:

“A library and information services cooperative education model in higher education in South Africa”


Portia Rakoma, Durban University of Technology (South Africa)

Presentation Three:

“Student of Today”

Kristina Johansson, University West (Sweden)

Presentation Four:

“Does post-secondary cooperative education change the way students think, judge, and problem solve in the workplace?”


Maureen Drysdale, St. Jerome’s/ University of Waterloo (Canada)
Supporting Presenter: Margaret McBeath, University of Waterloo (Canada)
(Discussion)
“Institution-Wide Focus for Structured Industry Engaged Learning”

Mike Clements, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)
Supporting Presenter:
Jay Hays, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)

 

“A Comprehensive Assessment of Co-op Job Quality”

Neeta Fogg, Drexel University Center for Labor Markets and Policy (U.S.)
“Beyond Placement Extinction - coming up for air. Does a recession change students’ views of undertaking work placements?”

Francesca Walker, University of Central Lancashire (UK)

“Comparison of Models of Work Integrated Learning and Cooperative Education”

Carol-joy Patrick, Griffith University (Australia)
Supporting Presenter: Judie Kay, Victoria University (Australia)

“Strategic Recommendations from the WACE International Symposium Academic Salons in Graz, Austria”

Johannes Haas, FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (Austria)
Supporting Presenter: Angela Schoepfer, FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (Austria)
(Research)
“The REAL Experience: Does it Work?”

Noi Keng Koh, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)
“Assessing Academic Learning Priorities through Experiential Education”

Stephanie Sullivan, Steinbright Career Development Center, Drexel University (U.S.); Joseph Hawk, Steinbright Career Development Center, Drexel University (U.S.)

“Quality Within and Around Us: The Role of Expectations”

Bruce Lumsden, Waterloo Centre for the Advancement of Co-operative Education (Canada)
Supporting Presenters: Rocco Fondacaro, University of Waterloo (Canada); Heinz Lechleiter, Dublin City University (Ireland)

“A teaching and learning advocacy strategy for the enhancement of Work Integrated Learning (WIL) programme design and practice”

Brian E. Forbes, SASCE (South Africa)

“The College to Career Transition for Students with Disabilities”

Ann Knettler-Smith, Office of Disability Services, Drexel University (U.S.); Nancy LeClair, Steinbright Career Development Center, Drexel University (U.S.)

11.55am-12.25pm 11.55am-12.25pm 11.55am-12.25pm 11.55am-12.25pm
REFEREED PAPER PAPER PRESENTATION PAPER PRESENTATION REFEREED PAPER
(Discussion)
“Cultural Intelligence: Developing Students Who Can Act Local and Think Global”

Norah McRae, University of Victoria (Canada)
“Mediation by Artefacts: An Audit of a Work-Integrated Learning Context”

Jackie Walkington, University of Canberra (Australia)
“BÖHLER-UDDEHOLM International Work Integrated Learning Programme”

Marion Drescher, Bohler-Uddeholm AG (Austria)
Supporting Presenter: Johannes Haas, FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences (Austria)
(Discussion)
“Assessing a Work-Integrated Learning Course in Exercise Science”

Greg Reddan, Griffith University (Australia)
12.30-1.00pm 12.30-1.00pm 12.30-1.00pm 12.30-1.00pm
REFEREED PAPER PAPER PRESENTATION PAPER PRESENTATION REFEREED PAPER
(Discussion)
“Using Team-Based Learning for the Career Research Project”

Francine White, LaGuardia Community College (U.S.)
“Becoming globally engaged citizens through cooperative education, internships or other forms of work integrated learning: An Assessment Strategy”

Cheryl Cates, University of Cincinnati (U.S.)
Supporting Presenters: Kettil Cedercreutz, University of Cincinnati (U.S.); Gayle Elliott, University of Cincinnati (U.S.); Michelle Clare, University of Cincinnati (U.S.)
“Estimates of the Impacts of the Varieties of Work-Integrated Learning: Evidence from Ten Years of the Baccalaureate and Beyond Survey”

Bernard F. Lentz, Drexel University (U.S.)
Supporting Presenter: Grant M. Holland, Drexel University (U.S.)
(Research)
“Work Integrated Learning (WIL): A Promising Experiment in Students’ Entrepreneurial Activity”

Ratna Lindawati Lubis, Institut Manajemen Telkom (IM TELKOM) (Indonesia)