As an institutional practice, WIL provides an established framework grounded in learning theory to support students’ learning in and through workplace settings.

What is Work-Integrated Learning?

Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) is a well-theorized pedagogical practice that facilitates students’ learning through connecting or integrating experiences across academic and workplace contexts (Billett, 2009). Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario’s 2016 Practical Guide for Work-Integrated Learning offers a helpful introduction …


Developing Attitudes and Habits of Mind for Mentorship

by Eric Hall, Sophia Abbot, and Hannah Bellwoar In fall 2010, Caroline Ketcham and I (Eric Hall) entered into a co-mentoring relationship with an undergraduate research student who was interested in hippotherapy (horse therapy) and the potential impacts that these …






Resources



Integrating Off-Campus Global Learning with the University Experience

Association of American Colleges and Universities 2018 Meeting | Washington, D.C. | January 25, 2018 | 4:15 – 5:30 PM Speakers: Jessie L. Moore (jmoore28@elon.edu), Director, Center for Engaged Learning, Elon University Amanda Sturgill, Associate Professor of Communications, Elon University Katia …

January 22, 2018