ACCEPTED ABSTRACTS
( AS OF JANUARY 28, 2020)
 
REFEREED PAPERS
 
“Work-integrated learning legacies for students and workplace supervisors:
Enhancing career direction and future employability”
  New Zealand
     
“A framework to assure the institutional quality of work integrated learning”   Australia
     
“The Millenials in Telkom University Indonesia: How can the ecopreneurship concept be translated into work-integrated education programs on students, employers, host organizations, society, and economy?”   Indonesia
     
“Understanding Design Firms through their Business Models: Insight for Selecting an Employer”   United States
     
"Exploring employability from Aotearoa New Zealand Māori perspective: A pilot study"   New Zealand
     
“Scoping the Viability of a Pracademic Experience Pilot Program”   Australia
     
“Providing Electrical Engineering Technicians with the Graduate Attributes and Skills required for the Modern Workplace”   South Africa
     
“The development of a framework for promoting students' evidence-based practice capabilities during clinical placements”   Australia
     
“Perspectives of Institutional Practitioners’ Epistemology of Experiential Learning Using Q Methodology”   Canada
     
“Understanding work-integrated learning as a 'risky' activity”   New Zealand
     
“An analysis of professional identity development in CWIE reflective essays”   United States
     
“Strategies for evidencing the influence of work-integrated learning on graduate employment outcomes”   Australia
     
“Meeting the industry needs of Technical, Vocational, Education and Technical (TVET) College lecturers through Work Intergraded Learning (WIL)”   South Africa
     
“The issue of nomenclature: Establishing institutional WIL discourse to discuss, develop and map WIL across disciplinary boundaries”   Australia
     
“An international WIL Phd-Education : Vision and Mission”   Sweden
     
“Reducing Risk: Career Skills Impact for International Students in Canada   Canada
     
“The impact of assessment on the quality of work-integrated learning at a Namibian university”   South Africa
     
“Role of Communication in advancing CWIE partnerships and preparing the next generation of global professionals”   Australia
     
“Experiential Education Aides Soft Skill Development, And Here’s How!”   United Kingdom
     
“Measuring the impact of work place learning on graduate employability”   Australia
     
“Exploring the relationship between self and supervisor assessment of student workplace skills for high and low performers”   Canada
     
“The best of both: harnessing the potential of repurposing data sets in WIL research”   Australia
     
“An assessment of work-integrated learning as pedagogy in practice through the impact thereof on student development and employability”   South Africa
     
“Creating a disaster-protocol support structure for students enrolled in off-campus learning”   United States
     
“Does WIL experience in college enhances the organizational socialization process after graduation?: Focusing on KOREATECH cases”   South Korea
     
“Student Perceptions of the Future of Work: A Pilot Study”   Australia
     
“A shared responsibility - Working together to change culture: A fresh take on the university /school partnership approach”   Australia
     
“Assessing the Quality of CWIE Program: Before, During, and After Practice at a Large International Industrial Company”   Thailand
     
“Proper Planning and Preparation Prevents Piss Poor Performance (7)-Mixing dialect and desire during a disaster medical exercise”   Sweden
     
“The role of work-integrated learning in the development of entrepreneurs: A cross-country comparison”   New Zealand
     
“Professional Language Development: Building students’ teamwork communication skills pre-placement”   Australia
     
“Personal branding strategies to secure industrial placement: the pink chameleon”   United Kingdom
     
“Capstone case studies as methodological approach to confirming journalism WIL models”   Australia
     
“Exploring the benefits of work experience to students' study and grades. A regional survey.”   New Zealand
     
“Transitioning Into The World Of Work: Evaluating Pedagogical Arrangements In A Work-Readiness Short Course”   South Africa
     
“Preparing Graduates for the Future World of Work: An Evaluation of a Compulsory Career Course Intervention”   Ireland
     
“Emotional vs. Fluid Intelligence as Predictors of Academic & Workplace Performance”   Ireland
     
“Student and employer perceptions of their engagement with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) during international internships”   Canada
     
“Innovation and Technology for Dual Program International Exchange”   Germany
     
“Impact of a Computer-Generated Résumé Critique on a Subsequent In-Person Résumé Critique: Evaluation of Selected Dynamics”   Canada
     
“Progression in a Work-Integrated Learning Program, Work-Readiness, and Employability: Evidence from a Large Cross-Sectional Study of Employers”   Canada
     
“Establishing a Workplace Learning Challenge Bank to develop students’ work readiness”   Australia
     
“Group experience of Project based learning as a modality for work-integrated learning”   South Africa
     
“Understanding Experiential Learning Practices Across Multiple Institutions Towards More Effective Implementation and Assessment”   United States
     
“Evaluation of a Pilot Course in Work Integrated Political Studies”   Sweden
     
“Effects of strengthening the collaboration between lecturers and employers for the benefits of student work training and experiential learning”   South Africa
     
“Work integrated learning, assessment, and continuous improvement: a multi-year descriptive and thematic study of student and employer perceptions of outcomes-based learning and development”   United States
     
“The impact of Work integrated learning on Teaching Practice”   South Africa
     
“Perceptions Of Teacher Mentors On Mentorship During WIL”   South Africa
     
“New model for future cooperative programs through International University-Industry Partnerships-Experience and Perspectives at UML and UL”   United States
     
“Personal Development and Employability: The Role of Reflective Writing”   Ireland
     
“Digital Centres Promoting Technology Inclusion for Women Employability”   South Africa
     
ACADEMIC POSTERS
 
‘Sensation seekers who learn abroad: exploring how risk perception influences co-op students to go international and keeps most home   Canada