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10th Annual NZACE Conference

Theme: Developing work-integrated learning in cooperative education and internship programmes

Location: Rotorua, April 19-20, 2007

  Conference Proceedings (PDF)pdf

Allister McLay Best Paper Award

A portfolio model of learning: reframing assessment practices in a business cooperative education course
Dave Hodges and Diana Ayling

Papers and presenters:

Teamwork skills for the workplace: are employers getting what they need?
Jill Clark, Trish Baker and Marbeth Isaac

Student’s reflective learning journeys in sport cooperative education
Jenny Fleming and Andy Martin

The changing role of the lecturer in industry-orientated education
Ziming Qi and James Cannan

Addressing the weak link: enhancing the support for the sponsors of student placements in cooperative education
Keryn McDermott

Faculty views on the influence of work placements on students’ ability to do science graduate studies
Karsten Zegwaard, Susan McCurdy and Levinia Paku

Distance learning and teaching in cooperative education
Gwyn Claxton and Katharine Hoskyn

The use of artifacts to facilitate reflective dialogue: Does this have implications for students’ supervised work-based learning experiences?
Jenny Walker and Tom Stehlik

What benefits are there in using an online program to coordinate cooperative education students on placement?
Sharleen Howison

A portfolio model of learning: reframing assessment practices in a business cooperative education course
Dave Hodges and Diana Ayling

End-user computing: experiences of IT-literate graduates in a variety of organizational contexts: a research proposal
Roanne Birch

Ethical challenges from the real world: student experiences in cooperative education placements
Diana Ayling

Academic voices Part II: what are faculty saying about cooperative education?
Susan McCurdy, Karsten Zegwaard and Mark Lay

Improving co-op placement processes with technology
Levinia Paku and Mark Lay

Investigating students preferred communication means
Mark Lay and Levinia Paku