Should work integrated learning (WIL) be a requirement of all undergraduate business degrees?
Assessment 4: Annotated Bibliography (20%) Individual Assessment Length: 1000 words Chicago referencing style Learning Outcomes: 2 & 5 Research topic: Should work integrated learning (WIL) be a requirement of all undergraduate business degrees? “Integrating study and work experience in a systematic way is not new to university experience. The professions have long forged close links between the tertiary education process and the workplace, and other areas have followed suit. There is compelling evidence, however, of an even wider unmet need for generally trained, flexible graduates with relevant experience and enhanced work readiness.” (Universities Australia 2014). To ensure universities are producing work ready graduates many universities, including Murdoch University, are increasing their work integrated learning (WIL) programs, to assist students to gain the experience that they need to enhance work readiness. You are required to produce an annotated bibliography of 1000 words that address the research topic: Should work integrated learning (WIL) be a requirement of an undergraduate business degree? An annotated bibliography provides a brief explanation of the best available research on a given research topic the annotation contains a brief summary of content and a short analysis or evaluation of the research article. You must use Chicago referencing style For the annotated bibliography, use five (5) peer reviewed academic journal articles including the two (2) referenced below. You must find three other recent (since 2010) peer reviewed academic journal articles that address the research topic: Should work integrated learning (WIL) be a requirement of an undergraduate business degree? Prepare an annotation of each article with the goal of informing the reader as to the content, relevance, type of research and quality of the research (about 200 words for each article). You must annotate five journal articles including the following two: Jackson, Denise. 2015. “Employability skill development in work-integrated learning: Barriers and best practice.” Studies in Higher Education 40 (2): 350-367. doi: 10.1080/03075079.2013.842221. Wilton, Nick. 2012. “The impact of work placements on skills development and career outcomes for business management graduates.” Studies in Higher Education 37 (5): 603-620. doi:10.1080/03075079.2010.532548. +3 recent (2010+) peer reviewed journal articles that you find, that are related to the research topic – Should work integrated learning (WIL) be a requirement of all undergraduate business degrees?