Find practical research, strategies, and advice in this issue on the power of global education for 21st-century college learners.This volume assists campus professionals and faculty members as they:
- Design courses for study abroad
- Implement programs of various lengths and types
- Consider their own professional development
- Evaluate global learning experiences.
It also discusses the legal and ethical aspects of providing educational opportunities all over the world, with advice on administrative structures, important principles of risk management, and predeparture orientation for students and program leaders. Covering the history of global learning programs, faculty development, experiential learning, culture shock upon returning home, and program assessment, this volume also includes a wealth of resource information, including websites, checklists, and other publications.