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The International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning has published new articles:

  • Rebecca Mallozzi, David Drewery: Creating inclusive co-op workplaces: Insights from LGBTQ+ students
  • Andrew J. Martin, Malcolm Rees, Jenny Fleming, Karsten E. Zegwaard, Karen Vaughan: Work-integrated learning gone full circle: How prior work placement experiences influenced workplace supervisors
  • Jennifer Dickfos: Academic professional development: Benefits of a pracademic experience
  • Peter N. Kiriri: An assessment of the quality of a work-integrated learning internship program in Kenya
  • Ransford Antwi, Denise D. Duncan, Marian Tsegah: Establishing relevance through cooperative education in Ghana: A study of Central University
  • Worawit Janchai, Veeraporn Siddoo, Jinda Sawattawee: Andragogical teaching patterns appropriate for work-integrated learning in the information technology industry
  • Andrew J. Martin, Dennis Slade, Jean Jacoby: Practitioner auto-ethnography: Developing an evidence-based tertiary teaching portfolio
  • Anthony Weldon, Jake K. Ngo: The effects of work-integrated learning on undergraduate sports coaching students’ perceived self-efficacy

These articles can now be viewed from https://www.ijwil.org.

Kind Regards,

Karsten Zegwaard
Editor-in-Chief
International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning