Wednesday, 20 May 2015
SEDA Conference on Internationalisation
The two-day SEDA Conference on Internationalisation of the Curriculum (Twitter - #SEDACONF) was a really stimulating and informative event.
There were some really great examples of innovative work bringing together partner institutions, developing the formal curriculum, and thinking about the effective integration of international students. The role which educational developers have to play in bringing the educational and values-based benefits of internationalisation to the curriculum and learning experiences of all our students cannot be underestimated.
The prezi of my keynote is available on line. I am looking forward to following up with many of the interesting colleagues brought together by the event. Thank you SEDA.
Head of Academic Staff Development
Posted by dkhidden at 14:34