Webinar 2018




Internationalistion webinar 2018: Internationalisation, the curriculum, and academic support took place on Monday 2nd July 2018, 13:00 (BST)

A big thank you to participants for making this year’s webinar a big success. Thank you also to all our viewers for joining, and all your comments and questions. It is all highly appreciated.

Special thanks to the British Educational Research Association (BERA) and Dr Nicola Savvides (University of Bath), the convener of BERA’s Comparative and International Education Special Interest Group, for supporting this free event.

The webinar panel this year consisted of:

Dr Gavin Sanderson, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
Dr Shyam Sharma, Stony Brook University, New York, US
Dr Krishna Bista, Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland, US
Dr Stephanie Bridges, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK
Dr Caroline Burns, Northumbria University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK

Unfortunately Dr John Lowe was unable to join due to network and connection issues.

The panel discussed questions relating to the webinar theme, including:

  1. What is internationalisation of the curriculum? And how important is it?
  2. What does an internationalised curriculum look like? What are its main features?
  3. What models of an internationalised curriculum are in existence?
  4. (How) does internationalising the curriculum affect academic support?
  5. What are the possible challenges/obstacles to internationalising the curriculum? How can we tackle these?

You can watch the webinar recording again here.

If you have any questions, or comments, please feel free to leave your comments on this page. We hope to see you again in future webinars.



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