Across Canada, a growing number of academics are focusing their research on the practice of co-operative education and work-integrated learning. This body of work will become increasingly important, especially for academic institutions, as students and employers continue to prepare for the future beyond COVID-19. Here’s what we found.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on work-integrated learning (WIL) has been significant. This paper delves into the importance of institutions developing diverse practices of WIL and shifting away from a heavy reliance on work placements.
This study explored the ways that work-integrated learning (WIL) influences the development of entrepreneurs.
In this study, researchers examine how signals aligned with student-oriented opportunities enhance job attractiveness relative to a traditional job advertisement.
In this study, researchers conducted semi-structured interviews with 50 co-operative education students. Findings reveal the importance students associate with socialization, productivity, and meaningful work in the remote context.
There is growing focus on graduating global citizens who can advocate for and operationalize sustainable futures. In this paper, researchers conducted a pilot study to classify a sample of international internships in terms of their impact on one or more of the 17 United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
As disruptive technology becomes more readily available, having talent with the right skills, attitudes and capacity presents one of the greatest challenges for many organizations.