Wednesday, June 15: CONCURRENT SESSION B - 2.20am-4.00pm
Other Activities: Corporate Roundtable in Consideration of our Corporate Delegates
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:
Genevieve Watson
Chair:
Nancy Johnston
Chair:
Johannes Haas
Chair:
Ratna Lubis
Chair:
Francine White
Chair:
Marlene Phillips
Chair:
Portia Rakoma
Chair:
Carol-joy Patrick
Chair:
Frank Schettino
Chair:
Ian Devenish
Chair:
Stephen Crump
Chair:
Annadine Vlok
Chair:
Norah McRae
2.20-4.00pm 2.20-4.00pm 2.20-4.00pm 2.20-2.50pm 2.20-2.50pm 2.20-4.00pm 2.20-2.50pm 2.20-4.00pm 2.20-4.00pm 2.20-4.00pm 2.20-4.00pm 2.20-4.00pm 2.20-4.00pm
WORKSHOP PANEL SESSION ACADEMIC SALON REFEREED PAPER REFEREED PAPER WORKSHOP PAPER PRESENTATION WORKSHOP PANEL SESSION ACADEMIC SALON WORKSHOP WORKSHOP WORKSHOP
“The Business of Work Integrated Learning: Adaption and Development of Business Courses to Incorporate WIL”

Antony Drew, Faculty of Business and Law, The University of Newcastle (Australia)
“FIRE WORK: A Multi-faceted International Collaboration between HandReach, Beijing, China, and Northeastern University’s Nursing and Physical Therapy Cooperative Education Programs, Boston, MA”

Alicia Canali, Northeastern University (U.S.)
Supporting Presenters: Jacki Diani, Northeastern University (U.S.); Chinn Swartz, (U.S.); Ketty Rosenfeld, Northeastern University (U.S.)
Topic: Innovative Pedagogical Models for Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education

Presentation One:

“Quality Seminar for WIL leading to Value Management and innovation”
Walter Nuninger, Polytech’Lille (France)
Supporting Presenter: Jean-Marie Chatelet, Polytech’Lille/IESP (France)

Presentation Two:

“A Qualitative Framework to Measure Performance and Learning in the Workplace”
Suniti Bandaranaike, James Cook University (Australia)

Presentation Three:

“Challenges of integrating the ‘real world’ of the classroom and business: theory vs. Practice”
Carlys Cadogan, University of Technology, Jamaica (Jamaica)
Supporting Presenter: Myrtle Weir, University of Technology, Jamaica (Jamaica)
(Discussion)
“Making Arts Work”

Susanna Chamberlain, Griffith University (Australia)
(Research)
“Managing Industry/University Collaborations: relationships, responsibilities and risk”

Sue Marshall, Victoria University (Australia)
Supporting Presenter:
Carolyn Woodley, Victoria University (Australia)
“ ‘What should I do with all these numbers!?’ : Examples and models of different quantitative approaches to evaluating WIL”

Yasushi Tanaka, Kyoto Sangyo University (Japan)
Supporting Presenter: Kevin S. Carlson, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)
“Activity Report of Intellectual Property Student Advisory Office at Sendai National College of Technology in 2010”

Masahiko Itoh, Sendai National College of Technology (Japan)
Supporting Presenter: Yasuo Utsumi, Sendai National College of Technology (Japan)
“Competency-Based Curriculum for Co-op and Career Education”

Leslie Liggett, University of Victoria (Canada)
Supporting Presenter:
Barbara Svec, University of Victoria (Canada)
“Video Mock Interviews”

Thomas Newbold, University of Cincinnati (U.S.)
Supporting Presenters: Cynthia Lockhart, University of Cincinnati (U.S.); Jill Flood, University of Cincinnati (U.S.)
Topic: Innovative Partnership Models for Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education Programs

Presentation One:

“Innovative Partnership Programs to Support Cooperative Education” Chavana Angkanurakbun, Burapha University, Chonburi (Thailand) Supporting Presenter: Patchanee Nontasak, Burapha University (Thailand)

Presentation Two:

“Engaging the community with Enterprise Education in a tertiary institution - effective strategies and resources” Greg Boland, University of Canberra (Australia)

Presentation Three:

“Beyond the Business Card: Using Social Media to Develop Relationships for Cooperative Education Opportunities” Kathleen Neary, Drexel University (U.S.)
“A National course as a driving force for exchange of experience and knowledge on work-integrated learning”

Kristina Johansson, University West (Sweden)
Supporting Presenter: Leif Karlsson, Kristianstad University (Sweden)
“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.)
2.55-3.25pm 2.55-3.25pm 2.55-3.25pm
REFEREED PAPER PAPER PRESENTATION PAPER PRESENTATION
(Discussion)
“Capstones: transitions and professional identity”

Judith McNamara, Queensland University of Technology (Australia)
“WIL- Stakeholder expectations in the hospitality industry”

Annie Moletsane, Vaal University of Technology (South Africa)
“Three Lenses of Work-Integrated Learning”

Megan Le Clus, Edith Cowan University (Australia)
3.30-4.00pm 3.30-4.00pm 3.30-4.00pm
REFEREED PAPER PAPER PRESENTATION PAPER PRESENTATION
(Discussion)
“Development of Soft Engineering Skills for Industrial Engineers Technologists through Effective Mentoring”

Steadyman Chikumba, University of South Africa (South Africa)
“Reflection in work-based learning: moving beyond the banal”

Ken Stott, University of Queensland (Australia)
“Developing an Online Learning Community for Engineering Cooperative-Education Students: A Design-Based Research Study”

Anita Todd, University of Cincinnati (U.S.)