ANNOUNCING THE 2020 CONFERENCE | UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO, HAMILTON

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2020

21-23 APRIL 2020 | University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand

Conference fees

Following the pre-conference workshop on April 21st, the conference opens with pre-dinner cocktails. Delegates can go en masse to a range of restaurants. Conference programme runs on April 22nd and 23rd, concluding mid-afternoon on April 23rd.

Conference fees cover pre-dinner cocktails, two days of  conference presentations, two lunches, conference dinner.  (Dinner on April 21st and accommodation is not included.)

Conference is being held at University of Waikato, with conference dinner at Wintec Atrium.

NZ dollars
Full registration – by March 31 $440 plus GST
Institutional members- by March 31 $365 plus GST
Overseas registrants (who are members of their national association) $365 plus GST
Full time student/one day registration $215 plus GST
Pre conference Workshop (21st April)
Managing risk in work-integrated learning
Dr Craig Cameron, Griffith University, Australia
$85 plus GST
Additional tickets for dinner (e.g. for partner/spouse) $85 plus GST

Institutional members in 2019 are: AUT, EIT, Massey University, University of Waikato, Unitec, Victoria University of Wellington, Wintec.

Two ways to register:
a) Register online and pay by credit card in the same process.
After registration, you will receive a GST tax receipt that contains all information needed for reimbursement of fees or by your institution for their records.
or
b) Receive invoice and pay direct to bank account or by cheque
Contact info@nzace.ac.nz to request an invoice.

For any options other than the above, contact info@nzace.ac.nz.

Accommodation:

NZACE Accommodation for conference
Hamilton

Details to come

Call for Papers for 2020 NZACE Conference

Key dates are as follows:

  • Abstracts – final date 17th December 2019
  • Papers for proceedings  – 5th March 2020
  • Abstracts for student posters – 5th March 2020

Abstracts will be reviewed with rolling acceptance, with notification received three weeks after submission.

General aims of conference:

➢ to report research in work-integrated learning(WIL)/cooperative education in New Zealand
➢ to debate topical issues
➢ to report on good practice & innovative features
The conference may help WIL practitioners, academics and NZACE members enhance their practice, research and publishing capability.

Conference streams:
➢ Research papers
➢ Topical issues
➢ Good practice papers
➢ Student posters

Presentations:.
➢ either Quick Pitch (10 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions) or
➢ Full Presentation (20 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions).
A Quick Pitch presentation is for topics more suited to a short presentation. All presenters are encouraged to submit a paper for the conference proceedings.

Papers will be accepted for the program on the basis of a short ‘structured’ abstract (see the full Instructions for Authors document).

Proceedings:
Papers for the proceedings can be either a short summary paper or the full conference paper. Papers are refereed and published in the conference proceedings. Papers need to be at least 1,200 words and must not exceed 1,800 words (excluding references). Authors may also be encouraged to produce a more substantial paper for publication in a journal such as International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning (IJWIL).

Student posters:
Student posters can be displayed at the conference. An abstract can be submitted for inclusion in the Abstract booklet and inclusion on the NZACE website. Alternatively just bring the Abstract to the conference.

Each poster must accompanied by someone registered for the conference. Posters can demonstrate visually the work a student has undertaken or can demonstrate reflection about their placement in work-integrated learning. Laminated poster minimum size of A2 and maximum of A1. Examples of previous posters available on request.

Call for PapersInstructions for Authors

Instructions for EASYChair for NZACE Conference

If you have any queries, during the process, please contact info@nzace.ac.nz
EasyChair is an online conference management system used for NZACE Conferences. In order to submit papers to the conference you must first create an EasyChair account.
Note: If you have used EasyChair for a previous conference your existing username and password will work for the current NZACE conference – go to Paper Submission instructions on page 2.

EasyChair Account Creation
1. Go to the EasyChair NZACE Conference page.
2. Click the sign up for an account link
3. Enter the re-CAPTCHA text (this is to stop automated programs from misusing EasyChair)
4. Fill in the form and click Continue
5. You should now get an account creation email from EasyChair. Follow the link provided in the email and complete the Account Creation form and click Create my account.

NZACE EasyChair Abstract Submission
1. Go to the EasyChair NZACE Conference page.
2. Sign in using your EasyChair User name and Password
3. Selected New Submission from the menu bar
4. Complete the form with the author and submission details. Then copy and paste Title and Abstract into the box (NZACE prefers that abstracts are up to 400 words rather than the 500 allowed by Easy Chair). Enter Keywords. Select Topic (Type of Abstract – see instructions for authors for definitions of presentation types)
5. Click the Submit button
At this stage a file with the abstract should not be uploaded. This is for papers at a later date. Just ignore this part of the screen when submitting an abstract.

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NZACE_Instructions_for_Using_Easy_Chair

Pre-conference workshop April 21 – in the afternoon

Managing risk in work-integrated learning 
Led by Dr Craig Cameron from Griffith University in Australia

Craig describes the workshop as:
Work-integrated learning poses ethical, legal, reputation, strategic, operational and financial risks for higher education. So what are some of the key risks and how can you manage them? In this hands-on workshop, I will equip you with the nuts and bolts of risk management, followed by group activities that explore recent conundrums experienced by WIL practitioners.  

Register for the workshop through the same process as for the conference.
Price: $85 plus GST = $97.75

Who We Are

NZACE is a non-profit organisation that promotes cooperative education/work-integrated learning to education providers, workplaces and government in New Zealand.
Our membership consists of staff from institutions around New Zealand who facilitate student work experience in business, research institutes and industry as part of students’ educational programmes.
We initiate, support and publish research in cooperative education and provide guidelines for institutions seeking to establish cooperative education programmes. We have links with overseas cooperative education institutions for research and student exchanges.
Every year we host an annual conference for cooperative education practitioners to present research and new programmes.
The following outlines key contributions NZACE and associated members have made, and are continuing to make, in the national and international arena of cooperative work-integrated education.Read More
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Major Sponsors

Thanks to our major sponsors for their support

Resources

How to make the most of Work-Integrated Learning

How to make the most of Work-Integrated Learning

Work Integrated Learning

Everyone Benefits

Employers

  • Skilled, motivated temporary staff
  • Projects completed cheaply
  • Easy recruitment
  • Reduced training costs
  • Access to tertiary institution personnel and facilities
  • Enhanced corporate profile
  • Involvement with tertiary institution programs

Students

  • Real life learning experiences
  • Enhanced career prospects
  • Develop personal and interpersonal skills
  • Combine work with study

Education Institutes

  • Motivated students
  • Learning supplemented by work place experiences
  • Enhance community profile
  • Improve industry links