WIL Resources

Good Practice Guide [pdf] Victoria University
This worksheet produced by Victoria University offers ten good principles for designing WIL activities.  It also encourages development of indicators to measure the success of a WIL program.

Australian Collaborative Education network (ACEN)
ACEN is the peak Australian professional association for educators, industry government and community members who are involved in WIL. This website is a portal for contacts and resources related to WIL.


Billet, S. (2011) Curriculum and pedagogic bases for effectively integrating practice-based experiences, ALTC project. Final project report and resources available online at:

Keating, S. (2006) Learning in the Workplace: A literature review. Melbourne: Postcompulsory Education Centre, Victoria University. Retrieved 10 July 2014, from:

Patrick, C., Peach, D., Pocknee, C., Webb, F., Fletcher, M., & Pretto, G. (2008) The WIL [Work Integrated Learning] report: A national scoping study [Australian Learning and Teaching Council (ALTC) Final report]. Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology. Available online at: