WIL Practitioners


WIL EDI Resources – Addressing Discrimination and Barriers to Inclusion
This project examines the barriers in WIL specifically faced by marginalized student groups such as international, refugee, LQBTQ2S+ students, students with disabilities, and students from low socio-economic status backgrounds. The project explores tools and resources to help WIL employers and staff effectively address student barriers around discrimination and inclusion. Read More »

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Assessment and Evaluation Webinar for BC Ministry of Advanced Education Funded Projects (July 2020)
In this webinar, UBC’s Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology offers strategies and tools to support assessment and evaluation of projects funded by the Ministry of Advanced Education’s $9 million WIL funding. The webinar explores how to create a useful evaluation framework, provides an overview of commonly used data collection… Read More »
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) in BC: Trends, Issues, and Business Perspectives
In September 2020 the BC Chamber of Commerce and the Association for Co-operative Education and Work Integrated Learning BC/Yukon (ACE-WIL) partnered to develop a first-ever survey of BC employers about their awareness, use, and other considerations related to Work Integrated Learning (WIL). Topics: Engaging with Employers, Research License and Distribution:… Read More »
Professional Development Resources Project 2020