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.
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
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