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18th Annual NZACE Conference

Theme: Integrating learning, work, and community

Location: Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand: Wednesday 15th – Friday 17th, April, 2015

Conference Proceedings

Allister McLay Best Paper Award

Analysis of ICT capstone project and internship characteristics
Aaron Steele and Sandra Cleland

The Student Experience of Professional and Community Engagement at Macquarie University: Motives for Learning
Kathryn Mclachlan, Felicity Rawlings-Sanaei, Debbie Haski-Leventhal, Colina Mason, Rebecca Bilous

Keynote Speakers

Dr Peter Coolbear – Ako Aotearoa

Steve Maharey – Vice-Chancellor, Massey University

Dinner Speaker

Celeste Holmes – Te Papa

Graduate Panel

Belle Gwilliam, Wellington City Council; Lexy McArdle, Six Barrael Soda Co.;
Izaac Minogue, Zero & Design Company; Meg Howie, Department of Internal Affairs;
Phil Gibbons & Laura Bertelsen, Sport Wellington; Glenn Eyers, Sport New Zealand

Papers and presenters

Non-Competency Based Work-Integrated Learning Placements: Undergraduate Perceptions of Benefits and Challenges *
Elizabeth Abery, Claire Drummond, Nadia Bevan

Supporting Lecturers of Work-Integrated Learning During their Development of Effective e-Learning Strategies *
Lee Baglow, Derrick Solomon, Christopher Lovegrove

Work-Integrated Classrooms: The ICT Development Hub *
Sandra Cleland, Aaron Steele

Engaging with Local Industry as a Student Business Venture *
Lukas Ignatius Dreyer, Dean Rankin, Sonja Dreyer, Shohn Wormgoor

Primary Teachers’ Experiences of Professional Development in Science by Distance Learning *
Michael Fenton, Christine Fenton

The Value of Students Entering Industry-Driven Competitions and Awards *
Paul Gummer

The Different Types of Cooperative Education: Identifying Factors to be Included in a Questionnaire *
Brenda Lloyd, Iwan Tjhin

The Student Experience of Professional and Community Engagement at Macquarie University: Motives for Learning *
Kathryn Mclachlan, Felicity Rawlings-Sanaei, Debbie Haski-Leventhal, Colina Mason, Rebecca Bilous

Employers’ Reflections of Work-Integrated Learning Students in the Culinary Sector *
Chantal Pillay

Closer Industry-Student Relationships: Connecting Students to Industry Throughout their Academic Timeline *
David Skelton

Analysis of ICT Capstone Project and Internship Characteristics *
Aaron Steele, Sandra Cleland

Fairness in Organisational Communicative Practices in Cooperative Technical Education *
Luke Strongman

A Review of Trends in Research Methods in Cooperative Education *
Karsten Zegwaard, Katharine Hoskyn

Graduate experiences of cooperative and work integrated education
Andrew Martin & Kathryn Hay

Advancing the sustainability and quality of social work field education in Aotearoa
Kathryn Hay & Karin Brown

The umbrella of work-integrated learning: A continuum of options
Theresa Winchester-Seeto, K. Hoskyn, A. Rowe, R. Scott & F. Valencia-Forrester

The impact of the postgraduate certificate in perioperative specialty nursing
Myra Wilson

Lights, camera, action: Turning the camera onto our own assessment processes
Tania Jobson & Vicki Pratt

From tick boxes to empowerment: Students’ journey of employability via WIL
Karen Smith, Jane Fletcher & Ewa Kusmierczyk

Building capacity for sustaining university-community relationships
Jenny Fleming & Kathryn McLachlan

Metacognition as pedagogy in a BA WIL course: A hybrid academic/internship approach
Carine Stewart & Kathryn Sutherland

Challenging the assumption that learning through work is always constructive
Patricia Lucas

Best practice in learning leading to wellbeing in work place and community
Shiu Ram

* Paper in Conference Proceedings