Thursday, June 16: CONCURRENT SESSION D - 3.20-5.00pm
Other Activities: Journal for Cooperative Education & Internship Editorial Board Meeting (3pm) – 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)
Chair:
Marion Drescher
Chair:
Jane Gaertner
Chair:
Mosima Makola
Chair:
Nirmala Dorasamy
Chair:
Michel Silvestri
Chair:
Arlene Peltola
Chair:
Sue Marshall
Chair:
Gregory Baxter
Chair:
Maree Simpson
Chair:
Francesca Walker
Chair:
Leif Karlsson
Chair:
Bob Laslett
3.20-3.50pm 3.20-3.50pm 3.20-3.50pm 3.20-3.50pm 3.20-3.50pm 3.20-3.50pm 3.20-3.50pm 3.20-3.50pm 3.20-3.50pm 3.20-3.50pm 3.20-3.50pm 3.20-3.50pm
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(Discussion)
“Engaging Industry in the Business Curriculum in Hong Kong”

Carolyn Woodley, Victoria University (Australia)
(Research)
“Placement’s contribution to employability - student engineers’ views”

Ronald J. Laird, University of Ulster (UK)
“Reconceptualisation of cooperative education at the Tshwane University of Technology: a case study”

Marius L. Wessels, Tshwane University of Technology (South Africa)
(Research)
“Exploring the Effectiveness of a Work Integrated Learning Programme in Contributing to the Employability of Graduates: The Mentor’s Perspective”

Carva Pop, Polytechnic of Namibia (Namibia) & Nicolene Barkhuizen, University of Pretoria (South Africa)
“How to grasp learning, in between”

Eddy Nehls, University West (Sweden)
“NAVIGATING THE ICEBERGS: UNDERSTANDING THE CONTEXT AND AVOIDING THE PITFALLS OF WIL”

Jackie Walkington, University of Canberra (Australia)
Supporting Presenter: Greg Boland, University of Canberra (Australia)
(Research)
“METHODOLOGY TO DEVELOP AN INFORMATION MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK FOR WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING AT HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS”

Roelien Brink, University of Johannesburg (South Africa)
Training Outstanding Engineers by Co-operation Education between University and Corporation”

Dachao Hu, Shanghai Institute of Technology (China)
“Cooperative Education Programs in the Science and Engineering with Teams Made up of a Mix of Postgraduates and Undergraduates”

Yukihiro Hirose, Ritsumeikan University (Japan) & Toshiaki Kato, Ritsumeikan University (Japan)
(Discussion)
“Developing and Engaging in Collaborative Networks to support student employability and work placements: examples from a local, national and international perspective”

Lisa Ward, University of Huddersfield (UK)
“Student-perceived learning outcomes: What are they learning and how does the work context affect these outcomes?”

Kevin Carlson, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)
Supporting Presenters: Dorinda Fung, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong); Kannass Ching Man Chan, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)
“Increasing Workplace Engagement for Cooperative Education: Thai’s Perspective”

Guntima Sirijeerachai, Suranaree University of Technology (Thailand)
3.55-4.25pm 3.55-4.25pm 3.55-4.25pm 3.55-4.25pm 3.55-4.25pm 3.55-4.25pm 3.55-4.25pm 3.55-4.25pm 3.55-4.25pm 3.55-4.25pm 3.55-4.25pm 3.55-4.25pm
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(Research)
“Using a Co-operative Education Programme to bridge the gap between education and training”

La-Cresha Gordon-Brydson, University of Technology, Jamaica (Jamaica)
Supporting Presenter: Oneil Josephs, University of Technology, Jamaica (Jamaica); Marlene Phillips, University of Technology, Jamaica (Jamaica)
(Discussion)
“Ethics and values: The need for student awareness of workplace value systems”

Karsten Zegwaard, The University of Waikato (New Zealand)
“Pedagogical Approaches to Cooperative Education in South Africa”

Renitha Rampersad, Durban University of Technology (South Africa)
(Research)
“Preparing Social and Health Care Service for a New Era – A Multidisciplinary Approach in Finland”

Dr. Yvonne Hilli, Novia University of Applied Sciences (Finland)
Supporting Presenter: Rika Levy-Malmberg, Novia University of Applied Sciences (Finland)
“Cooperative Education for Migrant Students: A Critique of Models and Resources for English language courses for work”

Thomas Pascal Brown, Unitec Institute of Technology (New Zealand)
“Using Cognitive Task Analysis to Improve Outcomes for Students on placements”

Heather Smigiel, Flinders University (Australia)
Supporting Presenter: Anama Morriss, Psychologist and Workforce Planner and Developer (Australia)
(Discussion)
“Mercedes Benz Design Process Class”

Levent Eren, Bahcesehir University (Turkey)
“Bridging the GAP between study and the workplace – more successful connections and effective transitions”

Sophie Zdenkowski, University of New South Wales (Australia)
“Canadian Precursors of the Global University”

Mark K. Loken, Vancouver Island University (Canada)
Supporting Presenter: John R. Mallea, Brandon University (Canada)
(Discussion)
“An innovative multidisciplinary model for work-placement assessment”

Louise Dunn, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)
“Making medical decisions by means of Electronic Patient Record - The practice of reading from databases”

Thomas Winman, University West (Sweden)
Supporting Presenter: Lars Svensson, University West (Sweden)
“Cooperative Education Network in Thailand”

Narumol Ruksasuk, Suranaree University of Technology (Thailand)
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“Increasing Faculty Integration in Cooperative Education Programs”

Nicole Napoleon, Steinbright Career Development Center, Drexel University (U.S.); Mark Gress, Steinbright Career Development Center, Drexel University (U.S.)
“Cultivating Student Professionalism and Enhancing Employer Partnerships”

David Snow, Steinbright Career Development Center, Drexel University (U.S.)
“A unique Associate Degree model: bridging Australian skills and education systems”

Sandra J. Welsman, Frontiers Insight (Australia)
(Research)
“Seeing Cooperative Education: A Study of the Lived Experiences of Cooperative Education Students as Seen and Understood by Co-op Students and Myself”

Jeela Jones, University of Ottawa (Canada)
“An investigation into the human resource capacity needs to facilitate leaner support for WIL in the curriculum at a UoT. A case study of DUT”

Themba Msukwini, Durban University of Technology (South Africa)
“Opportunism, Altruism or Both? The motivations and barriers to employer participation and engagement in Work Integrated Learning”

Mark Tolson, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)
(Research)
“Engaging Students in Work Integrated Learning: Drives and Outcomes”

Suniti Bandaranaike, James Cook University (Australia)
“From provider to partner: shifting perspectives in a professionally oriented university”

Monica T. Kennedy, University of Canberra (Australia)
“Advocacy through Engaged Learning: Understanding Food Access Among African Immigrants in Lewiston, Maine”

Michelle Vazquez Jacobus, University of Southern Maine: Lewiston Auburn College (U.S.)
“Co-creative Learning: Dynamic synergies between academic faculty, career services professionals and employers in the design and delivery of a pre-experiential MBA program”

Jenny Baechler, Dalhousie University (Canada)
Supporting Presenter:
Ally Howard, Dalhousie University (Canada)
  “New Resources for the Work Integrated Learning Practitioner Community”

Neil I. Ward, University of Surrey (UK)