International Education: Internationalization
Campus internationalization is often defined as "the process of integrating an international, intercultural or global dimension into the purpose, functions or delivery of post-secondary education."¹ The American Council on Education reports that an increasing number of institutions are working towards campus internationalization.²
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Shaping the Future: Innovative International Education Models That Produce Excellence: Creating Opportunity out of Chaos
American Council on Education: Mapping Internationalization on U.S. Campuses
Mapping of international education at colleges and universities in the United States.
American Council on Education: Internationalization Toolkit
Resources for mapping internationalization, developing a plan, implementation and evaluation, and best practices.
American Council on Education: Internationalization Resources
A portal for American Council on Education publications on planning and implementing internationalization on campuses.
American Council on Education: Technology as a Tool for Internationalization
Profiles of campuses and programs recognized by the ACE/AT&T Award. The award is given for innovative use of technology to promote international learning on campuses.
Inter-Association Network on Campus Internationalization, List of Resources
Updated monthly, this blog highlights new resources.
NAFSA: Simon Award Winners for Campus Internationalization, Campus Profiles
Information about the Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization which recognizes institutions for excellence in internationalization.
Developed by a faculty member at Ryerson Polytechnic University, this 1996 list of resources references older articles and books in the field.
¹Knight, J. (2004). Internationalization remodeled: Definition, approaches, and rationales. Journal of Studies in International Education, 8(5). DOI: 10.1177/1028315303260832
²Green, M.F., Luu, D., & Burris, B. (2008). Mapping internationalization on U.S. campuses: 2008 edition. Washington, D.C.: American Council on Education. See www.acenet.edu/programs/international/mapping2008