Global Learning: Defining, Designing, Demonstrating

Provides a definition and rationale for "global learning," which is a term widely used across higher education, although faculty, staff, and practitioners do not always agree about what it means. By exploring how the term and the ideas behind it are evolving, global learning is placed in the context of several important overlapping higher education change efforts, all geared toward creating engaging, supportive, instructional environments.

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NAFSA: Association of International Educators, Association of American Colleges and Universities

American Institutes for Research

U.S. Department of Education

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