Innovative Work Integrated Learning
'Expanding Work Integrated Learning (WIL) possibilities: enhancing student employability through innovative WIL models Project' is a collaboration between RMIT, QUT and Curtin universities in partnership with the Australian Industry Group and the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The project will identify and showcase innovative approaches that overcome constraints and respond to current labour market trends. Resources that identify success factors to support innovative models will be disseminated to enhance WIL opportunities for students and build capacity for greater engagement with small to medium enterprises.

The project is funded through the Australian Technology Network Grant Scheme for Excellence in Learning and Teaching 2017.

We are seeking your examples of innovative and emerging approaches to WIL. By submitting this information you will be helping inform research into WIL which may include the dissemination of examples with acknowledgement in various forums. For more information please email: innovative.wil.project@rmit.edu.au

Name of person submitting this information
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Your Institution
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Title of WIL activity (up to 12 words)
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Brief description of the WIL activity (up to 150 words, including what the WIL is aiming to achieve and how does it operate?)
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Brief description of the student experience of the WIL activity (up to 50 words)
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Disciplines included in the WIL activity 
Have resources been developed? (website?)
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Number of students involved per year
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Site for WIL (select all that apply)
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From your experience what do you believe are the key factors for success?
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What are some of the challenges/barriers? How did you overcome these?
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How were students assessed?
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