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. Mar. 7, 2018APJCE renamed to the International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning

    The Asia-Pacific Journal of Co-operative Education (APJCE) will now be known as the International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning (IJWIL). This journal features original peer-reviewed research on topics surrounding work-integrated learning.

    WatCACE is connected to IJWIL as our Director Judene Pretti is one of the Associate Editors of the journal. Explore the website to learn more about IJWIL and access the database for your next research project.

  2. Feb. 9, 2018February Co-op Research Matters

    In the February issue of Co-op Research Matters (PDF), we feature a conducted study on an experiential learning shadowing program for pre-health students and work-based learning in social entrepreneurship.

  3. Feb. 9, 2018Call for Proposals: CEWIL Research Grant Sponsored by WatCACE

    Are you involved in co-operative education and work-integrated learning? Do you have a lot of research ideas to enhance experiential learning practices across Canada? Consider applying for the Co-operative Education and Work-integrated Learning Canada (CEWIL) Research Grant* to jump-start your next project and contribute to Canada's leadership in work-integrated learning. The submission deadline is Friday, March 30, 2018.

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