Seminar 2015 – 30 September 2015

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!

Joanna

The event is free, and is kindly supported by the British Educational Research Association (BERA)

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