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The Resource Work-Integrated Learning in the 21st Century : Global Perspectives on the Future

Work-Integrated Learning in the 21st Century : Global Perspectives on the Future

Work-Integrated Learning in the 21st Century : Global Perspectives on the Future
Work-Integrated Learning in the 21st Century
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Global Perspectives on the Future
This book explores new questions about the state of work and work readiness for new university and college graduates in the context of work-integrated learning in the 21st century and the role of higher education in preparing students for the challenges of global economic shifts in the labour market
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Work-Integrated Learning in the 21st Century : Global Perspectives on the Future
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  • Front Cover -- Work-Integrated Learning in the 21st Century: Global Perspectives on the Future -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- References -- Part I Learning, Work, and Experience: New Challenges and Projections for WIL -- Toward a Model of Work Experience in Work-Integrated Learning -- Introduction -- Work Experience Defined -- A Model of Work Experience for Work-Integrated Learning -- Research Relevant to the Model -- Future Research on the Model -- Conclusion -- References -- Navigating Continuous Change: A Focus on Self-Direction and Skills and Knowledge Transfer -- Introduction -- Challenge One: The Nonlinearity of the Study to Work Continuum and Perpetuation of the Myth that it is a Linear Relationship -- Challenge Two: The Time-Lag between Changes in Labor Market Knowledge and Skills Requirements and Academic Program/Curricular Responses -- Challenge Three: The Current Expectation that Each Person Will Experience Multiple Career Changes over the Course of a Work Lifetime -- Challenge Four: The Constant, Fast-Paced Labor Market Changes and the Related Need for Lifelong Learning to Ensure Workplace Success -- A Focus on Self-Direction and Skills and Knowledge Transfer -- Developing Capacity for Self-Direction and Transfer -- How PSE Can Do Better? -- Towards 21st Century Curricular Outcomes in PSE -- Conclusion -- References -- Workplace Learning in Higher Education: Two Examples from a Swedish Context -- Introduction -- Theory of Workplace Learning -- Case One: Work-Based Learning for Nurses in Higher Education -- Main Findings for Case One -- Case Two: Learning at Work in Higher Vocational Education -- Main Findings of Case Two -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- References -- WIL in Liberal Arts Programs: New Approaches -- Introduction
  • Liberal Arts in the Contemporary Context -- Liberal Arts in an Evolving Economy -- Liberal Arts in a Neoliberal World -- Liberal Arts in Australia -- WIL in Australian Liberal Arts Programs -- Current WIL Practice: A Transactional Model -- Emergent Model: The Transformational Model -- Conclusion -- References -- Part II Affordances, Impacts, and Challenges of New Technologies -- Flourishing in the Face of Constant Disruption: Cultivating the T-Professional or Adaptive Innovator through WIL -- Introduction -- The Disruption of Employment -- The T-Shaped Professional (Adaptive Innovator) -- Engaging Students in the Sweet Spot: Changing Demands of Work Experience -- Moving Forward -- References -- Learning in Hybrid Spaces: Designing a Mobile Technology Capacity Building Framework for Workplace Learning -- Introduction -- Learning in Hybrid Spaces -- WPL is a Hybrid Space -- mLearning in WPL -- The Project -- Approach -- Key Findings -- Core Themes -- The Mobile Technology Capacity Building Framework for WPL -- Teaching Resources for Academics and WPEs -- A Student Resource: The GPS for WPL -- Enhancing WPL as a Hybrid Space through Mobile Technology -- References -- The Impact of Digital Communication Technologies and New Remote-Working Cultures on the Socialization and Work Readiness of Individuals in WIL Programs -- Introduction -- Digital Technologies, Learning, and WIL -- Challenges of 21st Century Workplaces -- Assumptions about Digital Technology and WIL Students: A French Study -- Learning to Adapt to Virtual Ways of Working: A Canadian Example -- The Remote Working Dilemma -- Conclusion -- References -- Part III Work-Readiness for a Diverse World -- Repositioning Work-Integrated Learning in Diverse Communities -- Introduction -- WIL in South Africa -- Decolonizing the Curriculum -- Preparing Students for WIL
  • WIL in Career Planning and Development -- The Role of Job Analysis in WIL -- Conclusion -- References -- Intercultural Competency Development Curriculum: A Strategy for Internationalizing Work-Integrated Learning for the 21st Century Global Village -- Introduction -- Why Cultural Intelligence? -- The CANEU-COOP Program -- CANEU-COOP Research: Development of Cultural Intelligence -- Rationale for the Intercultural Competency Development Curriculum -- UVic's Intercultural Competency Development Curriculum -- Relating Student Experiences to Intercultural Competency Development -- Implications -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Professional Identities and Ethics: The Role of Work-Integrated Learning in Developing Agentic Professionals -- The Work-Ready Graduate -- Emerging Professional Identities -- The Agentic Professional -- Structuring Professional Identity Development in the Curriculum -- Work-Ready or Profession-Ready -- References -- Part IV Health, Wellbeing, and Pathways to Success -- Driving Change: Students Shaping and Reshaping Work-Integrated Learning Spaces -- Introduction -- Student Disposition Shapes Work-Integrated Learning Experiences -- Student Agency in the Creation of Work-Integrated Learning Spaces -- Using Visual Representations to Enhance Student Agency in the Creation of Work-Integrated Learning Experiences -- Conclusion -- References -- Pathways to Mental Health and Wellbeing: Understanding and Supporting Students during Critical School-to-Work Transitions -- Introduction -- The Mental Health Crisis on Campus -- Mental Health Solutions and Protective Factors -- Sense of Belonging -- Social Support -- Work-Integrated Learning -- Pathways to Success -- Conclusion -- References -- Conclusion - Moving Forward: WIL in the 21st Century -- References -- About the Authors -- Index
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