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Accepted Presentations

Papers Accepted from Colleagues in the Following Countries:

  • Australia
  • Botswana
  • Canada
  • China
  • France
  • Germany
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Japan
  • Malaysia
  • Namibia
  • New Zealand
  • Singapore
  • South Africa
  • South Korea
  • Thailand
  • Tunisia
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

Accepted Presentations

We are delighted to present a list of the following accepted presentations:

  • Embracing Skills-Based Hiring: A Win-Win for Students and Employers
  • Global Fluency and the Transdisciplinary X Thinker – Preparing Leaders and Learners for The Future
  • Outpace Future Disruptions: The Transformational Role of Data and AI in Work-Integrated Learning
  • GLOBAL WIL CAPSTONE GROUP: special session
  • To pay or not to pay: What can we learn?
  • Human-Related Competencies in the Future of Work
  • "It's different than most majors": Factors Impacting the Career Development of Entrepreneurship Students in a Cooperative Education Program
  • The 3-minute practicum: a new way for students to reflect and share their WIL experience
  • Sustainability Internships: A Way to Promote International Students' Sense of Belonging and Connectedness
  • Workplace Ideation, Planning, and Innovation Skills for Employment Success
  • How Nanyang Technological University successfully implemented compulsory internships for all undergraduates in the College of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences and College of Science?
  • Having Fun: Successfully navigating an international research seminar in work-integrated learning
  • Experiential Education - Soft Skills: Hard Results
  • Chase for talent: A conversation about 2 unique and highly successful WIL models - University of Waterloo’s North American and Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University’s European approach
  • The impact of Work-integrated Learning and the internationalization of STEM training on youth employment in Africa
  • WILspace: Creating global connections for the future of WIL
  • The Role and Importance of WIL and community development to the Higher Education Institutions: A Green Innovative and Entrepreneurial Approach
  • Global Challenge: Building students employability skills for an uncertain world
  • How do students understand quality WIL experiences? A scoping review of the literature and agenda for future research
  • Entrepreneurship in a Faculty of Arts: Innovating an E-WIL ecosystem for UBC graduate and undergraduate Arts students at a large, research intensive university
  • Nudging Co-op Students: Towards an Application of Behavioural Insights to Co-operative Education
  • The Indigenous Work-integrated Learning Resource Hub: A needs-based approach to addressing barriers and opportunities for Indigenous students
  • Grad WIL Re-imaged - Supporting Graduate Students Through WIL for Innovation and Economic Development
  • Cultivating creative collaboration in a time of crisis - The origin story of a cross-institutional and multi-disciplinary WIL journal
  • A Global Skills Revolution - Adapting and Thriving in Tomorrow’s Work and Learning Ecosystem
  • Exploring challenges in WIL: A learning curve from an Indonesian perspective
  • Work-integrated learning for inclusion of individuals with disabilities in Malaysia
  • Multidisciplinary WIL: Impact Lab at the University of Waikato
  • Reinventing Thai Cooperative and Work-Integrated Education (CWIE) for A New Global Context: Showcasing Thailand as Potential Partner for CWIE Collaborations
  • Partners in Applied WIL in Criminology Subjects
  • Quality standards for curriculum design and assessment in Work-Integrated Learning (WIL): A Canadian Model
  • Innovative Practices in Workforces Development in K-12 Teaching
  • An inclusive approach to developing student journalists employability: wise practice in action
  • Developing Innovative WIL in Canada: A CEWIL Canada Story
  • Bringing Experiential Engagement into the Introductory Psychology classroom through quiz interactions with avatars
  • The Practice of International WIL
  • Enabling inclusive employability: Designing work-integrated learning that supports students in uncovering who they are, and who they want to become
  • Preparing Future Proof Curricula to Boost the Economy and Contribute to Social Cohesion: a Western Cape, South African perspective
  • Supporting WIL student wellbeing
  • EXAKT4YOU - Interdisciplinary Service Learning from High Performance Computing and Rural Energy Solutions to Sustainability Communication
  • Student wellbeing challenges whilst on work placement: Preliminary results
  • Looking through the rear-view window: Lessons Learned from one Canadian Province’s Ministry of Advanced Education's Work Integrated Learning Funding Initiative
  • From the Classroom to the Community:  Implementing Work Integrated Learning in the Bachelor of Arts – Psychology

Notes about the 2023 conference:

WACE 2023 will be hosted in-person at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario. However, as international restrictions and travel guidelines continue to evolve due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference format is subject to change.

Continue to check this page for updates to the WACE 2023 conference programming.

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