Work-integrated learning

David Drewery, Judene Pretti and Anne-Marie Fannon’s article analyzes the quality of work-integrated learning (WIL) experiences. WIL stakeholders can benefit from the LIRN model (learning, impact, relevance and networking) to provide excellent work experiences.

In this article, David Drewery and Katie Knapp explore students’ organizational commitment pertaining to workplace friendships. This study found that organizational commitment is greater when work experience quality is greater. Additionally, workplace friendships still developed during remote work-integrated learning.

In this paper, researchers examine Indigenous international work-integrated learning (WIL) at the University of Victoria in exchange with three Australian institutions. This paper highlights key research findings and ways to decolonize WIL.

TVO Today article addresses the future of remote work. Judene Pretti, director of business services for Co-operative and Experiential Education at Waterloo, discusses co-op student surveys regarding remote work.