• GoodWIL Placements: How COVID–19 Shifts the Conversation About Unpaid Placements

      Hoskyn, K; Eady, M; Caocchianno, H; Lucas, P; Rae, S; Trede, F; Yuen, L (2020)
      This paper discusses how the COVID–19 pandemic can shift the conversation of paid and unpaid placements from an economic to a pedagogical and goodwill perspective. During the pandemic lockdown many placements were cancelled ...
    • “It Is a Superpower!” Being Māori Enhances Employability

      Lucas, P; Rae, S; Hogg, R; Anderson, N; Cairncross, C (Work-Integrated Learning New Zealand (WILNZ), 2022)
      Understanding employability for Māori, the Indigenous peoples of Aotearoa New Zealand (NZ), is an under researched area. The dominant Western culture, structures and practices in university and industries within NZ have ...
    • Knowing Me, Knowing You: Humanitas in Work-Integrated Learning During Adversity

      Lucas, P; Wilkinson, H; Rae, S; Dean, B; Eady, M; Capocchiano, H; Trede, F; Yuen, L (Office of the Academic Executive Director, University of Tasmania, 2021)
      Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) is a variety of learning opportunities that can extend beyond the application of theory to practice, to include complex situational, personal, material, and organisational factors. Central ...