Work-based learning: a new higher education?
David Boud, Nicky Solomon
Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press, 2001 - Education - 234 pages
This is the first book to discuss work-based learning as part of the major changes influencing universities. It includes contributions from many of the pioneers of work-based learning and examines the impact of this innovation on institutions. It explores the changes in academic work practices associated with work-based learning and the challenges these present to academics.
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