HomeAnnotated BibliographiesWork-Integrated Learning WIL [ling] to Share: An Institutional Conversation to Guide Policy and Practice in Work-Integrated Learning Share: Section NavigationSkip section navigationIn this sectionAnnotated Bibliographies Capstone Experiences Conditions for Meaningful Learning Global Learning Internships Learning Communities Mentoring Service-Learning Student-Faculty Partnership Undergraduate Research Work-Integrated Learning Writing Transfer In and Beyond the University Reference List Entry:Brown, Natalie. 2010. "WIL [ling] to Share: An Institutional Conversation to Guide Policy and Practice in Work-Integrated Learning." Higher Education Research & Development 29 (5): 507-518. https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2010.502219.About this Journal Article:Through the implementation of a roundtable discussion of staff from various disciplines, Natalie Brown aimed to provide a space for University of Tasmania (UTAS) staff to recognize the potential and challenges of the practice of WIL. Understood as a way to provide students with an experience that integrates industry learning and academic coursework, WIL has been seen as beneficial to both students and industry members. While students can experience learning in context and enhance their employability, industry can participate in preparing graduates for a career. Yet, the absence of a general structure and collaboration in curriculum development allows gaps to remain within WIL opportunities.