Employability Skills and Work-Integrated Learning Assignment

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Running head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHYAnnotated BibliographyName of the Student:Name of the University:Author’s Note:
2ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHYJackson, Denise. "Employability skill development in work-integrated learning: Barriersand best practice."Studies in Higher Education40, no. 2 (2015): 350-367.According to this study, a clear idea has been got about the work integrated learning andits importance in the undergraduate degree. However, the work integrated learning processes toequip the new graduates and it has been using widely. It has been found that the new graduateswith the knowledge of work-integrated learning can perform effectively in the workingenvironment. From the evaluation of the work, integrated learning or WIL program the processof WIL has been addressed in the context of the students. In this study, there is an account of thebest practices that use in the classrooms in order to develop the employability skills. On the otherhand, several factors influence the performance of individuals during WIL. According to thisstudy, a survey has been conducted to collect data. 31 undergraduates of Australian Universitywith different discipline are selected as the participants during this survey. In this survey, theexperience of the students during the placement and their feelings about what is crucial for theirlearning are listed. These are aligned with the vital principles of WIL program. Apart from thisproblem while performing the certain skill also identified during the survey.Wilton, Nick. "The impact of work placements on skills development and career outcomesfor business and management graduates."Studies in Higher Education37, no. 5 (2012):603-620.The above study reveals that development of the graduate employability is helpful for theeconomic contribution in the higher education. This undergraduate employability skill has twobenefits one focuses that the placement of the work provides a positive environment throughwhich an undergraduate develops generic employability skills. The second benefit focuses that
3ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHYplacement gives a head start to the graduates to develop their career. In this article, it has beendefined that the value of work -integrated skills are crucial for the undergraduates to initiate theircareer. On the other hand, the work placement is valuable for the management graduates and thecohort business. A survey has been conducted in based on the undergraduates who havecompleted their graduation in 2003. Both qualitative and quantitative data has been collected inthis survey. According to the qualitative data, a positive assessment has been found thathighlights on the effectiveness of the work placement. On the other hand, quantitative datareveals a complex relationship between the labor market outcomes, placement and skilldevelopment.Ferns, Sonia, Matthew Campbell, and Karsten E. Zegwaard. "Work integrated learning."(2014): 1-6.According to this study, WIL has been using rapidly to detect the myriad experience ofthe undergraduate by engaging them in the workplace. Work integrated learning is a process thatis associated with the experience within a set of the practice. However, WIL brings theopportunity for the undergraduates to learn and develop their skill regarding their professionaldevelopment within the University. WIL includes industry visit during the undergraduate course.On the other hand, several simulating activities are associated with WIL that allows the studentto enhance their engagement in a running business. Student engages in authentic way throughwork integrated learning program and gain experience from the workplace. WIL focuses on thecareer pathway and the learning outcomes from the graduate degree. A survey based on theundergraduate students has been conducted to collect data in this study. The quantitative methodhas been applied for the collection of data. According to the findings, WIL is associated with thepersonal benefit, professional benefits of students and industrial benefits. On the other hand, the
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