(Changing) Organisational culture

Bartell, M. (2003). Internationalization of universities: A university culture-based framework. Higher Education, 45(1), 43-70.

Burnett, S., & Huisman, J. (2010). Universities' responses to globalisation: The influence of organisational culture. Journal of Studies in International Education, 14(2), 117-142. ... how organisational culture influences universities' responses to globalisation. (Canada)

Chiang, L. (2009). Internationalizing the curriculum in Taiwan: What department heads think. Paper presented at the 32nd HERDSA Annual Conference, The Student Experience, Darwin. [Different department heads respond significantly differently regarding] the features of internationalized curricula they ... consider to be essential ... (Taiwan)

Childress, L. K. (2009). Internationalization plans for higher education institutions. Journal of Studies in International Education, 13(3), 289-309. [Looks at enabling/hindering factors in the development, implementation and monitoring of institutions' internationalisation plans] (USA)

Clifford, V. A. (2009). Engaging the disciplines in internationalising the curriculum. International Journal for Academic Development, 14(2), 133-143. The learning communities of the 'hard pure' disciplines were found to be resistant to engaging in the discourse of internationalisation, while all other discipline areas recognised the effects of the contextualisation of knowledge and the need to consider the future multi-cultural work environments of their students. (Australia)

Crosling, G., Edwards, R., & Schroder, B. (2008). Internationalizing the curriculum: The implementation experience in a faculty of business and economics. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 30(2), 107-121. ... we discuss organizational change as it accompanies the curriculum internationalization process, and the responses of the discipline-based teams to the curriculum internationalization objective. (Australia)

Leask, B. (2001). Bridging the gap: Internationalizing university curricula. Journal of Studies in International Education, 5(2), 100-115. ... a case study of how one university is internationalizing all its courses so that all graduates will demonstrate an international perspective as professionals and citizens. (Australia)

Leask, B. (2008). Internationalisation, globalisation and curriculum innovation. In M. Hellsten & A. Reid (Eds.), Researching international pedagogies: Sustainable practice for teaching and learning in higher education (pp. 9-26). Netherlands: Springer.

Taylor, J. (2004). Toward a Strategy for internationalisation: Lessons and practice from four universities. Journal of Studies in International Education, 8(2), 149-171. (Canada, USA, Sweden, Australia)

 

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