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International Handbook

The Routledge International Handbook of Work-Integrated Learning

WACE is proud to have supported the development of The Routledge International Handbook of Work-Integrated Learning, third edition, provides an extensive overview of work-integrated learning (WIL) for practitioners and educators, and contains practical insights on how to improve everyday application of it.

WIL is a diverse and complex subject, with much debate around what constitutes good practice. In this Handbook, well-established international WIL, an extensive compilation of relevant literature related to its application, and examples of good practice. The third edition has been substantively revised and contains five sections:

  1. History, defining and theories
  2. Benefits for stakeholders
  3. Models of practice
  4. Developing and managing WIL
  5. Topical challenges, opportunities, and future directions

With nearly 100 authors and 37 chapters, the Handbook comprehensively covers key topics such as risk, equity and inclusion, wellbeing, stakeholder management, assessment, quality indicators, good practice, definition of WIL, paid vs unpaid, etc. Bringing together scholars and specialists from around the world, and drawing substantively from the established literature, this Handbook is essential reading for practitioners, educators, researchers, higher education leaders, and policy makers.

A copy of the handbook may be purchased here.

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