University Staff

<  Back to the Resources
University Staff

University Staff Resource

Download

A Template for Good Practice

A twenty page online booklet produced by Andy Martin, Malcolm Rees and Manvir Edwards for Ako Aotearoa (New Zealand). It discusses six key factors that were derived through the analysis interviews with academic supervisors in different disciplines. The information is aimed at both academic and workplace supervisors for them to… Read more

Document , PDF

University Staff Resource

Download

How to Make the Most of Work for Academic Supervisors

A sixteen page online booklet produced by Andrew Martin and Helen Hughes for Ako Aotearoa (New Zealand). It covers nine key competencies that academics can help students to develop during their WIL experiences: communication skills, self confidence, customer relationship management, enthusiastic participation, industry and business knowledge, self-sufficiency, personal organisation, professional… Read more

Document , PDF

University Staff Resource

Course

Global WIL 2020 Modules

This is an online professional learning program for staff, developed by representatives of four national associations: Australian Collaborative Education Network (ACEN); Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning Canada (CEWIL); New Zealand Association of Cooperative Education (NZACE); and The Vilar Network (Sweden). Global Perspectives in Work-Integrated Learning provides practitioners with the opportunity… Read more

Learning modules

University Staff Resource

Video

Reimagining work integrated learning

The IRU webinar series ‘Reimagining work integrated learning’ showcases innovative examples of work integrated learning (WIL) from experts in Australia and internationally. The videos are available on the Student Success page of the IRU website and cover the following topics: Simulation in health professional education (19:19) – Felicity Blackstock, WSU… Read more

Webinar

University Staff Resource

Website

Graduate Employability Case Studies

A series of reports produced from the 2014 national graduate employability project that provide case studies about enhancing graduate employability. There are 11 reports – 1) Multi-national corporations 2) Competitive sports, athletes and employability 3) Entrepreneurship 4) Government as employer 5) Private institutions 6) Career services 7) Indigenous employment and… Read more

Employability , Report

University Staff Resource

Website

Australian Collaborative Education Network

This interdisciplinary studio-based work integrated learning guide is based on lessons learnt from a 12-month project that brought together health sciences and architecture students and staff to explore how health and wellbeing can be optimised through interdisciplinary collaboration and space activation. The guide’s aim is to assist academic staff to… Read more

Guide

Next