The resources listed below are located in Learning@Griffith and are accessible by Griffith staff only.
- Outcomes of WIL - An overview of the potential outcomes of Work-integrated Learning for major stakeholders.
- Designing WIL curricula - Six key elements for consideration in designing effective and engaging WIL programs.
- Assessment in WIL - Basic information for designing and delivering assessment in WIL where disciplinary and practical learning happen in real work contexts.
- Administration of WIL - A framework for successful and sustainable administration of WIL, including key issues such as duty of care, risk management, student selection and communication.
- Quality and impact of WIL - Formative approaches to assessing the quality, effectiveness and impact of WIL curricula and programs.
- Working with industry partners - Working with industry partners as a distinct feature of WIL coordination.
- Managing students in situ - Strategies for managing the complex range of tasks involved with supporting student learning during placement.
- Managing your WIL career - Effective means for academics to minimise challenges and maximise benefits of WIL curricula.