Waterloo Centre for the Advancement of Co-operative Education

The Waterloo Centre for the Advancement of Co-operative Education (WatCACE) was established to further Waterloo's leadership role in co-operative education. WatCACE advances co-operative education practice through conducting and disseminating research. With the largest co-operative education program of its kind in the world, we have the largest data set to examine, understand and continue to innovate the co-operative education model.

  1. Nov. 28, 2018November CEWIL Research Matters now released

    In collaboration with the Research Committee from Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning (CEWIL) Canada, our Co-op Research Matters newsletter is now rebranded to CEWIL Research Matters

    Through this partnership, we look forward to hearing from contributors across the county and expanding the reach of the newsletter.

  2. Nov. 27, 2018Latest version of WatCAT's Co-operative Education Self-Study Guide

    The Co-operative Education Self-Study Guide developed by the Waterloo Co-op Accessibility Team (WatCAT) is a comprehensive and dynamic resource that is in continual development based on feedback, tools and latest resources related to co-operative education, career services, or disability supports.

  3. Nov. 25, 2018New Publication: WIL Quality Framework White Paper

    In collaboration with Norah McRae (Associate Provost, Co-operative and Experiential Education), WatCACE is happy to announce the release of the WIL Quality Framework White Paper. The goal is to inspire those responsible for WIL programs to identify potential gaps in providing quality WIL, as well as provide a list of potential outcomes and measures that can be used to evaluate WIL programs.

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