You can watch this event on Wedbinar 2015 page.
The Internationalisation Webinar is back! The theme this year is Internationalisation and Change.
Topics for presentations and discussion this year are:
- Internationalisation of the Curriculum: a ‘Wicked’ Problem? (Dr Sheila Trahar, Reader in International Higher Education, University of Bristol)
- Internationalisation and Development – Has the internationalisation of UK HE been driven primarily to sustain UK HE as a globally marketable product? Or have universities adopted intentional approaches that seek to address transnational inequality and justice? (Elizabeth Rider-Grant, Senior Lecturer Work-Based & Placement Learning, Buckinghamshire New University)
- Internationalisation, where are you?: Reflections on experiences and observations regarding the progression of views and practice on internationalisation in the UK University sector (Dr Margarida Dolan, Advisor to the Economics Network)
- Moving towards transformative Intercultural learning: understanding the home student experience of Internationalisation (Caroline Burns, Lecturer in English for Academic Purposes and Spanish, University of Northumbria)
The online discussion will begin at 14:00 (UT+1) on Wednesday 30th September 2015.
If you are interested in participating, or you have any thoughts regarding the theme you’d like to share, please leave a comment here or email me directly.
Hope to see you all soon!
The event is free, and is kindly supported by the British Educational Research Association (BERA)