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REFEREED RESEARCH PAPERS
 
“Measuring Jobs in Work Integrated Learning” Canada
 
“From Interest to Agency: Exploring the Effects of a Community Development Study Abroad Course on Students’ Current and Future Engagement” United States
 
“Developing a model for improving effectiveness of WIL by starting career focused mentorship at high school level” South Africa
 
“Evaluation of the South African education system and its impact on producing employable graduates” South Africa
 
“Workplace Learning Assessment in the Mobile Age” Australia
 
“Accessibility variables as Transformative Indicators v/s policy and practice within the CWIE and beyond, in South African institutions and communities” South Africa
 
“Electronic Portfolio Integration in a Professional Development Course: A Platform to Explore Essential Student Learning Outcomes” United States
 
“Reconceptualising Student Success” South Africa
 
“Creating a Climate for Global WIL” Canada
 
“International Partnerships and WIL globalised , geo-politicaly reorganised world: Developing a soft-system of innovative ecosystem in difficult /complex contexts” South Africa
 
“Evaluating Public Service Training and Development in South Africa with special reference to SAMDI, PALAMA and the National School of Government: A question of Nomenclature, Leadership alignment or a responsive developmental mandate?” South Africa
 
“Cooperative and work integrated education in the Faculty of Management, in the University of Johannesburg: a case study” South Africa
 
“The development of a comparative matrix of forms of work-integrated learning and work-integrated education (WIL/WIE) within the province of BC, Canada” Canada
 
“Resilience and Adaptability to the Changing Labor Market An Examination of Workplace Readiness” United States
 
“Teaching and Learning in CWIE Reformatting a Core Writing Course” United States
 
“Critical thinking in the university curriculum-impact on science teacher education” South Africa
 
“Examining the Influence of Selected Factors on Co-op Work Term Quality from a Student Perspective” Canada
 
“Lifelong Learning and Cooperative Education: Validation and Examination of a Short Self-report Measure” Canada
 
“Enhancing WIL's value in transnational higher education; addressing the challenges” Australia
 
“Evaluation of a three year study investigating staff workload associated with CWIE delivery: Implications for research and practice” Australia
 
“Using internship placements to road test threshold learning outcomes for environment and sustainability” Australia
 
“New South African's Community Colleges and their re-imagined impact in creating vibrant literate working communities - The future promises of Disruptive CWIE Research” South Africa
 
“Developing Global-Ready Graduates: the CANEU-COOP experience” Canada
 
“DEVELOPING A CWIE STANDARDS FRAMEWORK AND IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE” South Africa
 
“Individuals’ proactivity and organizational socialization through WIL” France
 
“The Employability Nexus: global approaches to the integration of work integrated learning with career development learning for enhanced graduate employability” Australia
 
“WIL theoretical basements: an interdisciplinary and critical perspective” France
 
“Bridging the gap between Industry and University for international students through mentoring” Australia
 
“Students on the edge: stakeholder conceptions of diversity and inclusion and implications for access to work-integrated learning” Australia
 
“The role of work-integrated learning in the development of students' perceived work self-efficacy.” Australia
 
“How to form a learning group for homogeneous college students?” United States
 
“Assessing Quality in Higher Education: Critical Perspectives and Innovative Implications” Saudi Arabia
 
“Is the learning in WIL truly valued: stakeholders perceptions of academic standards and grading practices in WIL.” Australia
 
“Learning to become a professional: A comparative analysis between Canadian and Swedish WIL student perspectives” Canada
 
“Exploring student approaches to graduate employability: An institution-wide perspective on student identity” United Kingdom
 
“INTEGRATING CROSS CULTURAL SENSITIVITY IN THE WORKPLACE: DEVELOPING GLOBALLY PROFICIENT PROFESSIONALS” Australia
 
“WORK-INTEGRATED LEARNING STUDENTS: WHAT IMPACT DO THEY HAVE ON WORKPLACE DYNAMICS?” New Zealand
 
“COLLABORATING WITH WORK-INTEGRATED LEARNING STAKEHOLDERS: SUCCESS FACTORS FOR SUSTAINABLE RELATIONSHIPS” New Zealand
 
“Between a rock and a hard place? Collaborative approaches to ethical conundrums.” Australia
 
“Promoting Interdisciplinary Approaches to Cooperative and Work-Integrated Education with Students and Employers” Canada
 
“A Model for Handling “Controversial” Controversies: theoretical ideas to promote Interprofessional Learning” Sweden
 
“Indigenous WIL exchange: Lessons from the UVic & UoN Experience” Canada
 
“A Mexican Cooperative Education Model: A case of educative innovation” Mexico
 
“Employers perceptions and practices regarding the hiring of students who come to British Columbia post- secondary institutions via international pathways” Canada
 
“Understanding and measuring the impact of CWIE” Australia
 
“Bridging the gap through Alumni Mentors” Australia
 
“Online professional development module for WIL practitioners: Participants’ experience and impact on their practice” New Zealand
 
“The Challenges of Co-operative Education in Nigeria” Nigeria
 
“Innovative Training for Work Integrated Learning in Electrical Engineering: Opportunities and Challenges” South Africa
 
“The Process of Attaining Scholastic Goals : A Substantive Grounded Theory in Teacher Education” Philippines
 
“Changing trends in CWIE research” New Zealand
 
"The Effect of Curricular Reforms as Seen Through Co-op Employer Evaluations" United States
 
"THE COMPLEXITY OF INFORMATION MANAGEMENT FOR THE WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING PROCESS" South Africa
 
ACADEMIC POSTERS
 
“International and English as an Additional Language Learners in Co-op: Innovating our Curriculum Delivery and Practice” Canada
 
“Using Appreciative Inquiry to develop a work integrated learning strategy” New Zealand
 
“Enhancing teaching and learning collaboration with business sector: A case study of Suranaree University of Technology” Thailand
 
“Tensions, challenges and wicked problems for Inclusive WIL: students on the edge” Australia
 
“The many positive faces of Living-Learning Communities and International collaborations and partnerships: The missing research link in the 21st century” South Africa
 
“PharmD Patient Care Rotations: Student and Preceptor Feedback” Canada
 
“Going Out to explore or bringing in the world of work for illustration? A critical analysis of how WIL is expressed and represented in course curricula at University West” Sweden
 
“Is everyone onboard? Some results from a small scaled study on the experiences of teaching in an experience- based design in a cross- disciplinary master program” Sweden
 
“Preparing students for off-campus learning” New Zealand