Title

Work-integrated learning in support of digital futures

Document Type

Journal Article

Publisher

Interactive Media Solutions

School

School of Business and Law

RAS ID

27923

Comments

Originally published as: Jackson, D. (2018). Work-integrated learning in support of digital futures. Education Technology Solutions, (81), 54. Original article available here

Abstract

Work-integrated learning (WIL) is all about helping to prepare students for the world of work. It involves students collaborating with industry and community partners as part of their degree program. It can be an 'immersed' experience, where students are physically based in the workplace - such as internships, practicums or placements - or a virtual or on-campus experience where students are engaged in consulting, projects or simulations in collaboration with their partners.

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