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EDUC 6762 Administering International Higher Education Programs: Welcome & Course Readings

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Please find your required library readings below. If you have problems with the links below, please contact the Library. If you have APA questions about these materials, please contact the Writing Center.

EDUC 6762 Required Course Readings

 

The links are for required readings found in the Walden databases ONLY. For all other readings, see your course resources.

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Altbach, P. G., & Knight, J. (2007). The internationalization of higher education: Motivations and realities. Journal of Studies in International Education, 11(3–4), 290–305. 

Appelbaum, P., Friedler, L. M., Ortiz, C. E., & Wolff, E. F. (2009). Internationalizing the university mathematics curriculum. Journal of Studies in International Education, 13(3), 365–381. 

Bohman, E. (2010). Headed for the heartland: Decision making process of community college bound international students. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 34(1–2), 64–77.

Childress, L. K. (2009). Internationalization plans for higher education institutions. Journal of Studies in International Education, 13(3), 289–309. 

Cooper, J., & Mitsunaga, R. (2010). Faculty perspectives on international education: The nested realities of faculty collaborations. New Directions for Higher Education, 150, 69–81. 

Cudmore, G. (2005). Globalization, internationalization, and the recruitment of international students in higher education, and in the Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 35(1), 37–60. 

Deardorff, D. K. (2006). Identification and assessment of intercultural competence as a student outcome of internationalization. Journal of Studies in International Education, 10(3), 241–266.

Dew, J. (2010). Global, mobile, virtual, and social: The college campus of tomorrow. The Futurist, 44(2), 46–50.  

Dewey, P., & Duff, S. (2009). Reason before passion: Faculty views on internationalization in higher education. Higher Education, 58(4), 491–504.

Donnelly-Smith, J. (2009). Global learning through short-term study abroad. Peer Review, 11(4), 12–15.

Doyle, S., Gendall, P., Meyer, L. H., Hoek, J., Tait, C., McKenzie, L., & Loorparg, A. (2010). An investigation of factors associated with student participation in study abroad. Journal of Studies in International Education, 14(5), 471–490.

Gray, K., Chang, S., & Kennedy, G. (2010). Use of social web technologies by international and domestic undergraduate students: Implications for internationalising learning and teaching in Australian universities. Technology, Pedagogy & Education, 19(1), 31–46.  

Gu, Q., Schweisfurth, M., & Day, C. (2010). Learning and growing in a "foreign" context: Intercultural experiences of international students. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 40(1), 7–23.

Hudzik, J. K. (2010). The economy, higher education, and campus internationalization. International Educator, 19(3), 96–102. 

Kelly, D. (2010). Student learning in an international setting. New Directions for Higher Education, 150, 97–107.

Nussbaum, M. (2002). Education for citizenship in an era of global connection. Studies in Philosophy & Education, 21(4/5), 289–303. 

Starobin, S. S. (2006). International students in transition: Changes in access to U.S. higher education. New Directions for Student Services, 114, 63–71.

Stohl, M. (2007). We have met the enemy and he is us: The role of faculty in the internationalization of higher education in the coming decade. Journal of Studies in International Education, 11(3-4), 359–372.

Zolfaghari, A., Sabran, M. S., & Zolfaghari, A. (2009). Internationalization of higher education: Challenges, strategies, policies, and programs. US-China Education Review, 6(5), 1–9.

Other Readings

Optional or supplemental readings may or may not be available in the library. Find further information about optional readings here.

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