Research-informed curriculum and advancing innovative practices in work-integrated learning

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Author: Zegwaard, Karsten E.; Rowe, Anna


Work-integrated learning (WIL) continues to be seen as an important strategy for enhancing graduate employability. While work placements continue to be the dominant approach, there has been a focus on diversifying the types of WIL offerings in recent years, and in particular, the development of innovative models. This is partly in response to calls for universities to be more flexible and responsive in order to better cater for industry and student needs. This special issue, stemming from the 2018 Australian Collaborative Education Network National Conference, integrates a number of...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Higher education; Students; Teaching and learning; Research; Innovation

Keywords: Work integrated learning; Employability; Internship; Curriculum

Geographic subjects: Australia; New Zealand; Oceania

Published: Hamilton, New Zealand: New Zealand Association for Cooperative Education, 2019

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Journal volume: 20

Journal number: 4

Journal date: 2019

Pages: pp. 324-334

ISSN: 2538-1032

Statement of responsibility: Karsten E. Zegwaard, Anna D. Rowe

Resource type: Article

Peer reviewed: Yes

Call number: TD/TNC 139.367

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