University Partnerships for Academic Programs and Professional Development Vol: 7

Patrick Blessinger
International HETL Association and St. John’s University, USA

Barbara Cozza
St. John’s University, USA


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781786353009
Published:
22 Aug 2016
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
328 pages - 152 x 229 x 21mm
Series:
Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning
This volume examines the diverse ways in which universities and colleges around the world are partnering and collaborating with other institutions to fulfill their missions and visions. University partnerships not only include collaborations between universities but also include university-school (basic education) collaborative partnerships to improve local school systems. The increasing pressures to remove access and participation barriers, and the increasing pressures to mitigate practices restricting free flow of education across borders have created a growing global space for educational services of all types. As a result, traditional institutional boundaries have expanded to better respond to increasing pressures on them by the growing demand for higher education services. The boundaries between educational institutions and other entities such as government, business, and non-profit organizations have become more fluid and this has resulted in increased involvement by institutions, faculty, and students in activities outside the traditional boundaries of the classroom. This edited volume will specifically explore university partnerships for academic and program development.
PART I: CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES Innovative Approaches in University Partnerships: An Introduction to University Partnerships for Academic and Program Development - Barbara Cozza and Patrick Blessinger Internationalization: A Strategic and Complex Approach - Laura J. Carfang PART II: SUCCESSFUL PRACTICES The Centrality of the Faculty Role in Transnational Partnerships: A Research Agenda - Rick J. Arrowood and Leslie Hitch Inter-Institutional Collaboration Through Non-Positional Leadership: A STEM Higher Education Initiative - Sherri Cianca Interinstitutional Collaboration in Dutch Professional Higher Education - Rutger Kappe, Domien Wijsbroek, Marjon Molenkamp, Olof Wiegert, Gerwin Hendriks, Zuke Van Ingen and Jaap Van Zandwijk The Evolution of a Foundation Program: Reflections on the Five Year Partnership Between University College London and Nazarbayev University - Dominic Mahon and Rachel Niklas Cross-Country Faculty Learning Community: an Opportunity for Collaboration Around the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning - Anabella Martinez, Cathy Bishop-Clark and Beth Dietz Home and Away: A Case Study Analysis of a Learning and Teaching Programme Supporting the Development of a ‘Transformative’ Partnership with a Private Hei in Sri Lanka - Hazel Messenger, Digby Warren and Wendy Bloisi By Design and by Chance: The Story of One International Partnership - Inese Berzina-Pitcher, Punya Mishra and S. Giridhar Community College-University Cross-Border Partnership Through Faculty Exchange - Iddah Aoko Otieno and Tom Otieno Small Is Beautiful - How a Young University Can Successfully Establish University Partnerships - The Case of FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences - Thomas Schmalzer and Doris Kiendl-Wendner University Partnerships for Academic Program and Professional Development: Building Faculty Capacity for 21st Century Teaching and Learning - Alia Sheety, Elizabeth Moy, Judith Parsons, David Dunbar, Kathleen C. Doutt, Elizabeth Faunce and Leslie Myers Creative Cross-Cultural Connections: Facebook as a Third Space for International Collaborations - Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas, Anne Peirson-Smith, Ana Roncha and Adrian Huang The Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate: a Partnership of Universities and Schools Working to Improve the Education Doctorate and K-20 Schools - Jill Alexa Perry and Debby Zambo
Edited by Patrick Blessinger, International HETL Association, New York, USA; St. John’s University, New York, USA Barbara Cozza, St. John’s University, New York, USA

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