Resources related to: transnational education

Australian academics and transnational teaching: an exploratory study of their preparedness and experiences.

Dunn, L. & Wallace, M. (2006). Australian academics and transnational teaching: an exploratory study of their preparedness and experiences.  Higher Education Research & Development, 25(4), 357-369. Read a summary…

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Bridging the distance: the use of blogs as reflective learning tools

Wolf, K. (2010). Bridging the distance: the use of blogs as reflective learning tools for placement students.  Higher Education Research & Development, 29(5), 589-602. Read a summary…

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Managing complexity: transnational multi-campus units

Managing teaching across multiple campuses has its own challenges. This experienced academic suggests strategies for managing the specific stresses of these kinds of situations – both in terms of adapting teaching methods to work with small groups of students and of making the timecosts of administering these courses visible to university management. View video…

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Sinking in the sand? Academic work in an offshore campus of an Australian university

Smith, L. (2009). Sinking in the sand? Academic work in an offshore campus of an Australian university. Higher Education Research & Development, 28(5), 467-479. Read a summary…

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Transnational Education: Developing Leadership Capability

Transnational Education: Developing Leadership Capability is a website developed by Curtin University and Swinburne University of Technology as part of an ALTC project conducted by Mazzolini, M., Yeo, S., & Ling, P. (current ALTC project).  Read a summary…

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Transnational education: working with overseas teachers

In facing the challenges of working with someone you’ve never met, strong project management skills are essential.  This video gives an outline of some strategies that can be used to stay in charge of proceedings when you are given a transnational unit to coordinate. View video…

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