Developing the structural capital of higher education institutions to support work based learning

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Garnett, Jonathan; Workman, Barbara; Beadsmoore, Alan; Bezencenet, Stevie; Higher Education Academy;
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This chapter considers issues related to the provision of work-based learning [WBL] programmes by higher education institutions and discusses these programmes using the concept of structural capital. ‘Structural capital’ is defined as the organising and structuring capa... View more
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