Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) is a widely accepted pedagogical approach used around the world across a range of disciplines, but it also presents opportunities for high impact, high engagement research.
This roundtable discussion, presented by Learning Futures, aims to change perceptions of WIL in the academy and highlight the contribution of WIL not only to teaching and learning, but also as an exciting emerging area of scholarly research.
A panel led by Professor Stephen Billet (School of Education and Professional Studies), featuring Professor Karsten Zegwaard (University of Waikato, editor of the International Journal of Work-integrated Learning), Professor Jacqui Ewart (School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science) and Professor Ruth Bridgstock (Learning Futures).
This event is presented by Service Learning, as part of 2019 Celebrating Learning and Teaching.
Date: Tuesday 28 May, 2019
Time: 1.30 pm – 3.30 pm
Venue: Central Theatres, Lecture Theatre 2 1.02 (N18), Nathan campus
How to register
Log in to the Staff portal > Key Services > My Staff Page > Training and Online Resources > Face2Face Training > Search by Course Number. Enter the Course Number G13031 > View Available Sessions > Click on the session number and register.