A 20-Year Examination of the Perceptions of Business School Interns: A Longitudinal Case Study
The authors examined students' attitudes toward specific elements of an ongoing internship program. The study sample consisted of 816 student interns from 25 different colleges and universities. Results indicate that despite significant changes in instructional design and the incorporation of new technologies into the learning environment, perceptions have remained relatively constant over the 20-year time frame studied.
Cook, Sherry James, Amy Stokes, and Richard Stephen Parker. "A 20-Year Examination of the Perceptions of Business School Interns: A Longitudinal Case Study," Journal of Education for Business 90, no. 2 (2015): 103-110.
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