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Title: Work-integrated learning in postgraduate design research : regional collaboration between the Chinese Mainland and Hong Kong
Authors: Siu, KWM 
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Information Science Reference
Source: In P Keleher, A Patil & RE Harreveld (Eds.), Work-integrated learning in engineering, built environment and technology : diversity of practice in practice, p. 164-183. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, 2011 How to cite?
Series/Report no.: IGI Global research collection
Abstract: Instead of only staying in the university to carry out research, postgraduate research students nowadays are expected to gain knowledge and experience through work-integrated learning. The advantages of this kind of learning include better support and facilities for research and more comprehensive and in-depth experience in the research area. The learning also provides an opportunity for students to gain other research experience and explore other research interests. However, sometimes such kind of learning opportunity is not available or not the best available locally, therefore work-integrated learning is necessary or better to be carried out in remote regions. Taking regional collaboration of work-integrated learning for postgraduate design research students between the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong as a case study, this chapter discusses the advantages, merits, issues, and problems of regional collaboration. The chapter then identifies possibilities for improvement and directions for further investigation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/54773
ISBN: 9781609605476 (hardcover)
1609605470 (hardcover)
9781609605483 (ebook)
1609605489 (ebook)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-547-6.ch008
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