Remote work-integrated learning experiences: Student perceptions

A co-op student in a video meeting with another person on a laptop

Journal publication | By Judene Pretti, Brittany Etmanski and Amie Durston (2020)

Key points

  • The COVID-19 pandemic required students to work remotely (e.g., from home) during their work-integrated learning (WIL) experiences.
  • This research examines what students thought about their remote work experience and how their employers could best support them.
  • Students noted the importance of communication, motivation, getting work done, and doing meaningful work.

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