The annual WILNZ conference is focused on Work-Integrated Learning and Cooperative Education, providing a supportive and inspirational conference for .. Read more practitioners and researchers from the tertiary education sector, industry, community and government. Following recent rapid changes in Alert Levels in New Zealand (coupled with uncertainty over access to professional development in many institutions), the Board of WILNZ has decided to hold our 2021 conference online. A number of delegates are still planning on being in Hamilton at the time of the conference and so informal gatherings for lunch and dinner will be possible. This will be at the delegates’ own cost (not part of the conference). Prof Denise Jackson is the Director of Work-Integrated Learning in the School of Business and Law and Edith Cown University, Australia. Denise has won a number of award in research and teaching, is on the national bard for ACEN (the Australian WIL Association), and has published widely in WIL and graduate employability. Denise will be presenting about developing and evidencing student employability through work-integrated learning, drawing from research exploring student employability, pathways of development, strategies for optimising learning outcomes, and the links to work-integrated learning.
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