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Selected Experiential Learning articles for Business
Bublitz, Bruce, Kirk Philipich, and Robert Blatz. "An Example Of The Use Of Research Methods And Findings As An Experiential Learning Exercise In An Accounting Theory Course." Journal Of Instructional Pedagogies 16.(2015): ERIC. Web. 3 Jan. 2017.
Cornell, Robert M., Carol B. Johnson, and William C. Schwartz. “Enhancing Student Experiential Learning With Structured Interviews.” Journal of Education for Business 88.3 (2013): 136–146.
Fuglister, Jayne, Matthew Stegmoyer, and Renee Castrigano. “Two Open-Ended, Experiential Learning Cases In Accounting.” American Journal of Business Education (AJBE) 3.11 (2010)
Lay, G. S. "Experiential Learning for Accounting Students." International Journal of Learning 17.3 (2010): 437-45.
Mennen, Kathy. “Use Service Learning to Add Real-World Writing Experience to Your Course.” Business Communication Quarterly, vol. 69, no. 2, June 2006, pp. 192–195.
Dolan, Robert C., and Jerry L. Stevens. “Business Conditions and Economic Analysis: An Experiential Learning Program for Economics Students.” SSRN Electronic Journal
Inchaouh, G., Tchaïcha, J. (2020). Online Collaboration and Experiential Learning in Higher Education: Designing an Online Cross-Border Collaborative Project for Business Students. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge & Society: Annual Review,
Belkhir, Lotfi. “Embedding Sustainability in Education through Experiential Learning Using Innovation and Entrepreneurship.” Higher Education Studies 5.1 (2015)
Lieber, H., Rodriguez, S. (2020). Relationship Between Entrepreneurship Education, Entrepreneurial Mindset, and Career Readiness in Secondary Students. Journal of Experiential Education, 43(3), 277-298.
Duke, L. M., J. B. MacDonald, and C. S. Trimble. “Collaboration between Marketing Students and the Library: An Experiential Learning Project to Promote Reference Services.”
Greene, Henry. “Freshmen Marketing: A First-Year Experience with Experiential Learning.” Marketing Education Review 21.1 (2011): 79–88.
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