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Fostering Experiential Learning and Service through Client Projects in Graduate Business Courses Offered Online
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American Journal of Business Education Volume 5, Number 5, ISSN 1942-2504

Abstract

Undergraduate marketing and public relations capstone courses utilize client projects to allow students to apply their knowledge and encourage collaboration. Yet, at the graduate level, especially with courses offered in an online modality, experiential service learning in the form of client project assignments presents unique challenges. However, with an increased emphasis on practical application across the business curricula and growth in distance learning, client projects can provide opportunities for adult learners to hone their skills and encourage teamwork using new collaborative technology. This paper discusses experiential service learning and gives an example of a client project model.

Citation

Hagan, L.M. (2012). Fostering Experiential Learning and Service through Client Projects in Graduate Business Courses Offered Online. American Journal of Business Education, 5(5), 623-632. Retrieved February 20, 2020 from .

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