American Journal of Business Education
Business education pedagogy and research, Internships, Tacit knowledge, New media, Blogs
Student interns produce professional blogs, using Web 2.0, to capture tacit knowledge concepts which are the experiential learning goals of internships in business education. This article discusses the pedagogical goals, methods and outcomes of this initiative. It also provides the theoretical underpinnings of the concept of tacit knowledge in viewing internships as a signature pedagogy in business education. It concludes with an application of this methodology to a strategic communication framework.
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DeWitt, A. O. (2010). Song of the Open Road: Business Students Blog About Tacit Knowledge in Their Internships. American Journal of Business Education 3(11): 131-136. https://doi.org/10.19030/ajbe.v3i11.71