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Internationalising the curriculum and student learning:
Preparing graduates for the 21st century

Mestenhauser Lecture Series on Internationalising Higher Education
Friday 8 February 2013

  • Associate Professor Betty Leask

Betty Leask argues that universities have a responsibility to prepare all graduates to live and work in a global society. Internationalising the curriculum and student learning play a central role in achieving this goal. Her lecture explores issues related to internationalisation and offers conceptual and practical solutions to these issues.

Internationalising the curriculum and student learning: Preparing graduates for the 21st century

Internationalisation of the Curriculum in Action

This is the final report of Associate Professor Betty Leask's ALTC National Teaching Fellowship. 2012.

  • Professor Betty Leask

Internationalisation of the Curriculum in Action

Engaging Academic Staff in International Education in Europe and Australia

Paper from IEAA-EAIE Symposium: Advancing Australia-Europe Engagement. October 2009.

  • Associate Professor Betty Leask, University of South Australia
  • Drs. Jos Beelen, Hogeschool van Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Engaging Academic Staff in International Education in Europe and Australia