Work-integrated learning in your classroom
Integrate industry projects into your teaching
Work-integrated learning is an opportunity for faculty to incorporate career-centered experiences into classroom learning. ASU's work-integrated learning program connects faculty with employers, assisting faculty members as they embed experiential learning into their course and providing tools for students to work on related industry projects.
Using the Riipen platform
ASU's Work-integrated learning is facilitated through Riipen, a remote project-based learning platform. Riipen is available for all faculty in every discipline, and is used both in-person and virtually, such as online experiences.
Riipen offers end-to-end support, including course project ideation and design, technical support and student onboarding, and matchmaking with industry partners globally.
Get started with Riipen
You’ll be set up with a technical onboarding so you are comfortable with the platform and ready to connect your course.
Once your course is published, Riipen will get to work on matching your course with the best industry partners in our network of over 10K employers.
You will approve the company projects that you want to pair with students.
The students start working on the projects on a timeline you determine.
I feel assured that my students will likely to have a positive, eye-opening learning experience.Barrett Honors faculty member
School of Humanities, Arts, and Cultural Studies
The company I selected is a perfect match for my class, and the students are very happy working with a real company.Faculty member
Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, W.P. Carey School of Business
I am excited about the possibilities of this platform and connecting our students to practical real world projects.Faculty member
School of Community Resources & Development, Global Sport Institute Affiliated Faculty
I sincerely value the opportunity for students to connect with an organization outside of the university, to strategize and solve real problems based on class content.Deanna Swoboda
School of Music, Dance and Theatre, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts