Report 20: Work-Related Learning in English Studies: A Good Practice Guide
This Good Practice Guide written by Dr Helen Day of ceth (the Centre for Employability through the Humanities) is intended to help anyone introducing, or expanding, work-related learning into an English degree. It discusses the benefits of work-related learning and also addresses some of the discipline-based concerns about its place on academic programmes. The Guide gives plenty of practical advice about the costs of work-related learning, collaborating with employers and coping with assessment. There are many case-studies disseminating the ideas and experiences of those who have introduced work-related learning into their curricula.
Author: Helen Day
Published: February 2010
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