Publications arising from the ‘IoC in Action’ ALTC Fellowship
A special edition of the Journal of Studies in the Internationalisation of Education entitled ‘Internationalisation of the curriculum and the disciplines’ (vol. 17 no.2) contains the following four articles authored by internationalisation practitioners involved in the IoC in Action Fellowship.
Leask. B. (2013). Internationalization of the Curriculum and the Disciplines: Current Perspectives and Directions for the Future, Journal of Studies in International Education, 17 (2), 99-102.
Leask, B. (2013). Internationalizing the Curriculum in the Disciplines—Imagining New Possibilities, Journal of Studies in International Education, 17 (2), 103-118.
Breit, R., Obijiofor, L. & Fitzgerald, R. (2013). Internationalization as De-Westernization of the Curriculum: The Case of Journalism at an Australian University. Journal of Studies in International Education, 17 (2), 119-135.
Fitch, K. (2013). A Disciplinary Perspective: The Internationalization of Australian Public Relations Education. Journal of Studies in International Education, 17 (2), 136-147.
Green, W. & Whitsed, C. (2013). Reflections on an Alternative Approach to Continuing Professional Learning for Internationalization of the Curriculum Across Disciplines. Journal of Studies in International Education, 17 (2), 148-164.
Also see: Leask, B. & Bridge, C. (2013). Comparing internationalisation of the curriculum in action across disciplines – theoretical and practical perspectives. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, Volume 43, Issue 1, 79-101
Presentations and keynotes: IoC in Action ALTC Fellowship
Leask, B. 8 February 2013 Public Lecture: Internationalizing the curriculum and student learning: Preparing graduates for the 21st century, Mestenhauser Lecture Series on Internationalizing Higher Education, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
7 Mar 2013 Keynote: 2nd Warwick Integration Summit University of Warwick/Warwick Students’ Union, the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) and the National Union of Students (NUS) Warwick University, UK
Leask, B. Internationalisation of the Curriculum in Action, ALTC National Symposium, 10 October 2011.
Leask, B. Internationalisation of the curriculum: What does it really mean? Liverpool University.
Leask, B. How to internationalise a curriculum, School of Medicine, University of Tasmania
Leask, B. Internationalisation of the accounting curriculum, RMIT.
Presentations: IoC Symposium, Murdoch University, October 2012.
Jones E. Developing Global Citizens: the global reach of universities
De Wit, H. Rethinking internationalisation policies in the global knowledge economy
Leask, B. Internationalisation of the curriculum in action across the disciplines: theoretical and practical perspectives
Green, W. Leading and engaging academic staff in the internationalisation of the curriculum (IoC): The University of Queensland (UQ) experience
Brigulio, C. English language, academic literacies & the internationalisation of the curriculum nexus
Presentations: OLT ‘IoC in Action’ Extension Project
Whitsed, C., Green, W. & Leask, B. Carrots not sticks, horses that drink: Engaging disciplinary academic teams in internationalising their curriculum. HERDSA International Conference, Hong Kong, 7-10 July 2014.
Whitsed, C., Green, W. & Breit, R . The games we play: A situated approach to engaging disciplinary academic teams for the internationalisation of their curriculum. International Consortium of Educational Developers Conference (ICED), Stockholm, Sweden, 15-18 June 2014.
Whitsed, C. & Green, W. (2016). Lessons from Star Trek: engaging academic staff in the internationalisation of the curriculum. International Journal for Academic Development. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1360144X.2016.1170019.