This project aimed to update exemplars of workplace learning opportunities identified in the Nature and Roles of Arts Degrees project to both raise awareness of, and encourage uptake of, effective work integrated learning (WIL) practices in BA programs.
To achieve this aim, the project was designed to:
The project team also actively sought opportunities to identify the potential for expansion of project findings and outcomes to other generalist degrees, such as the Bachelor of Science.
Deanne GannawayInstitute for Teaching and Learning InnovationUniversity of QueenslandE: email@example.com
Karen SheppardInstitute for Teaching and Learning InnovationUniversity of QueenslandE: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The 2019 DASSH conference and AGM will be hosted by ACU in Sydney, on 25-27 September. Registrations will open mid-year.
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