The Learning Organization: Volume 8 Issue 2


Organization Studies

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Organizational and employee interests in programs of work based learning

Carol Costley

Work based programs of study are being constructed between universities and organizations, increasingly in the UK. This article explores some of the tensions between the…

Work based learning in Scottish Higher Education: policy and practice

Vince Mills, Susan Whittaker

Aims to identify the reasons for the development of work based learning (WBL) in Higher Education, its relationship to government policy, and its impact on and perception…

Workplace learning: a concept in off‐campus teaching

Emma Rose, Willie McKee, Bryan K. Temple, David K. Harrison, D. Kirkwood

This paper delineates workplace and work based learning before going on to discuss in detail the application of workplace learning, based on experience gained from a…

Work based learning and the intellectual capital of universities and employers

Jonathan Garnett

This paper draws upon the extensive operating experience of work based learning programmes by the National Centre for Work Based Learning Partnerships (NCWBLP) at…

The accreditation of work experience: whose interests are served?

Paul Thomas Gibbs, Anne Felicity Morris

Analyses of work based learning (such as that offered by Brennan and Little) have typically ignored the issue of ownership of knowledge. Here the authors consider this…

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