Friday, June 17: CONCURRENT SESSION E
10.40-11.45am
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)
Chair:
Sandra Welsman
Chair:
Shakeel Ori
Chair:
Amy Lee
Chair:
Bruce Wilson
Chair:
Frank Schettino
Chair:
Arlene Peltola
Chair:
Sue Marshall
Chair:
Gregory Baxter
Chair:
Maree Simpson
Chair:
Francesca Walker
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“KliPP: A web-based interface for the administration of large volume work-integrated education within the Stockholm County healthcare organization”

Michel Silvestri, Karolinska Institutet and Stockholm County Council (Sweden)
“Advancing Scholarship in Co-op, Internships and WIL through Publishing in our Scholarly and Trade Journals”

Cheryl Cates, University of Cincinnati (U.S.)
Supporting Presenters: Kettil Cedercreutz, University of Cincinnati (U.S.); Michelle Clare, University of Cincinnati (U.S.)
“Human Resource Development by PBL in the Sendai National College of Technology”

Yasuo Utsumi, Sendai National College of Technology (Regional Collaborative Center) (Japan)
Supporting Presenters: Yoshihiro Kikuchi, Sendai National College of Technology (Regional Collaborative Center) (Japan); Masahiko Itoh, Sendai National College of Technology (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering) (Japan)
(Research)
“The Need for a Work Integrated Learning Programme”

Carva Pop, Polytechnic of Namibia (Namibia) & Nicolene Barkhuizen (University of Pretoria (South Africa)
“Reflection on the Impact of International Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Placements: a 20 year study”

Robert Laslett, Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)
Supporting Presenter: Neil I. Ward, University of Surrey (UK)
“Transition to work for onshore international students in Australia: A literature review on the effectiveness of Work Integrated Learning (WIL) models”

Cuong Tien Nguyen, Victoria University (Australia)
“ ‘Graduateness’ through Work Integrated Learning”

Mosima Makola, Unisa (South Africa)
(Discussion)
“Service learning in reflection”

Annadine Vlok, Cape Peninsula University of Technology (South Africa)
“Expanding horizons: Enabling international WIL for non traditional students across two continents by leveraging on campus employment”

Judie Kay, Victoria University (Australia)
(Discussion)
“Industry Professional Engagement Program: Using current practitioners to assist business students to develop professional skills”

Christine Armatas, Victoria University (Australia)
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“How Service Learning fits as a curriculum response to the demands for increased work integrated learning experiences”

Carol-joy Patrick, Griffith University (Australia)
(Research)
“An international comparison of the effect of Work-integrated Learning on academic performance and employment outcome --- A statistical evaluation of WILs in Japan and Hong Kong”

Yasushi Tanaka, Kyoto Sangyo University (Japan)
Supporting Presenter: Kevin S. Carlson, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)
“A Critique of Migrant Co-op Students’ Reflective Journals as a Way of Exploring New Zealand Workplace Culture and Personal Identities”

Thomas Pascal Brown, Unitec Institute of Technology (New Zealand)
(Discussion)
“Encouraging and Maintaining Learning in the Workplace and Community (LiWC): engaging, supporting and rewarding academics”

Carolyn Woodley, Victoria University (Australia)
“The Economic Downturn: Opportunities out of Challenges”

Mary Ellen Ford, Steinbright Career Development Center, Drexel University (U.S.); Tess Smith, Steinbright Career Development Center, Drexel University (U.S.); Natalie Traher, Steinbright Career Development Center, Drexel University (U.S.)
“A ‘one university’ approach to ongoing quality enhancement, student satisfaction and risk minimisation in workplace learning across geographically remote campuses of an Australian University”

Maree Simpson, Charles Sturt University (Australia)
“A multi-discipline multi-faceted partnership approach to Learning in the Workplace and Community”

Adam Usher, Victoria University (Australia)
  “The Role of Co-op Model to Foster Entrepreneurship in Higher Education”

Orhan Gokcol, Bahcesehir University (Turkey)
“Factors Affecting Progress of South African Planning Students in Problem-Based Learning: A Contexual Approach Based on Work Integrated Learning Experience”

George Onatu, University of Johannesburg (South Africa)