The Work-Learn Institute (WxL) has many resources for fellow work-integrated learning practitioners, educators and researchers interested in work-integrated learning and experiential education.
The Waterloo Co-op Accessibility Team (WatCAT), with support from the Government of Ontario, engaged in a project to create toolkits and online resources for work-integrated learning students, staff, and employers. The focus of the project was on enhancing access to and participation in co-op’s competitive employment process and work terms. The project aimed to build student capacity and readiness to enter a co-op experience, and to support the University and co-op employers in strengthening an inclusive co-op experience.
The Work-Learn Institute (WxL) hosts and presents at many events and conferences inside and outside of the University of Waterloo. Presentations and notes are available for past events. For upcoming research seminars and conferences, visit our events page.
CEWIL Research Matters was a monthly newsletter in partnership with the research committee from Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning (CEWIL) Canada highlighting research on work-integrated learning with accompanying thoughts by work-integrated learning practitioners and students.