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    Access, participation and progression in Work Integrated Learning (WIL)

    The aim of the project is "to translate inclusive education principles into the work-integrated learning (WIL) context to improve student access, participation and progression." The site provides Principles, Guidelines, Strategies, Resources and Case studies on WIL.

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    Access, quality and wellbeing in engineering WIL placements: Implications for equity and diversity

    This study funded by the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) examines student engineers’ experiences in Work Integrated Learning (WIL) placements. The study provides insights into how to guide improvements in engineering WIL practice, particularly in relation to access, quality and wellbeing for students in equity groups.(Natalie Lloyd (University of Technology Sydney), Megan Paull (Murdoch University), Teena Clerke (University of Technology Sydney) and Sally Male (The University of Western Australia - December 2019)