The third Work Integrated Learning (WIL) Community of Practice (CoP) Forum was held recently at the University Club.
The WIL CoP is a collective of academic and professional staff, which aims to promote best practice related to WIL activity within the University.
Attended by participants from Faculties of Health, Arts, Science, Engineering and Technology (SET), the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics (TSBE) and the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students and Education), the forum included presentations on the: WIL Lighthouse Project – Unifying WIL in Science at the University of Tasmania; InPlace Overview – Placement Management System being implemented into Faculty of Health; WIL Teaching Development Grant and 360 degree WIL Survey, and the Online WIL Survey Tool.
The WIL CoP, made possible by a University of Tasmania Teaching Development Grant, has 53 members and is chaired by Associate Professor Annette Marlow, Director of Professional Experience Placement, Faculty of Health.
For further information, please contact Sheree Keech, Sheree.Keech@utas.edu.au