Work-integrated learning (WIL), a form of experiential learning where the workplace or practice setting is a site for learning, is under increased pressure to grow. Some advocates are calling for all post-secondary students to have at least one WIL experience before they graduate. While this is a laudable goal given the many benefits of WIL, how can we ensure that this growth occurs without jeopardizing quality?
A Quality Framework for Work-Integrated Learning
Dr. Norah McRae, PhD, associate provost, University of Waterloo
April 30, 2019 | 9 — 10:45 a.m. MDT
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