In this month's issue of CEWIL Research Matters, we feature for the first time practitioner thoughts from the University of Manitoba and Brandon University. Thanks to our fellow WIL/co-op colleagues from Manitoba for their contributions in our final issue of the year.
In this month's Francophone issue of CEWIL Research Matters, our colleagues from Laurentian University dive into two French articles from the Journal of Éducation et francophonie. Be sure to subscribe to the newsletter today to receive the next issue straight in your inbox.
In the October Issue of CEWIL Research Matters (PDF), our two feature articles are reviewed by WatCACE's very own co-op student Jamie Nettinga and WatPD's co-op student/teaching assistant Zulfiqar Sheikh.
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After a summer hiatus, CEWIL Research Matters is back for the September Issue to jump-start the Fall season. For the first time ever, we have collaborated with colleagues from the Atlantic coast with practitioner contributions from Saint Mary's University.
The Volume 20, Issue 2 of the International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning (IJWIL) is now available online. One of the articles on the professional development needs of the international work-integrated learning community features University of Waterloo's very own Norah McRae (Associate Provost, Co-operative and Experiential Education) as one of the many international co-authors.
WatCACE attended the 21st WACE Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio earlier this month. WatCACE Director Judene Pretti hosted two workshops alongside fellow University of Waterloo Colleagues, Dr. Norah McRae and Anne-Marie Fannon. Workshop presentations are now available online on our Conference Presentations page.
In this month's CEWIL Research Matters (PDF), our very own co-op student Logan Reis and EDGE Manager Mary Neil (EDGE Program, University of Waterloo) contribute their thoughts on recent articles featured in the International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning (IJWIL).
In the first ever Francophone edition of CEWIL Research Matters, we feature two French articles that are reviewed by our French-speaking WIL colleagues at the University of Ottawa. We would like to thank Anthony Daigle and Gabriel Ramsay for their viewpoints and for bringing a French twist to our newsletter this month.