4. ITC References and Publications

Conference Presentations


Special Interest Groups


Publications Categories

  • Democratic Education
    • Dewey, J. (1916/2012). Democracy and Education. New York: Start Publishing LLC.
  • Intercultural Group work and inter-relations
    • IEAA, (2013). Good Practice Principles in Practice: Teaching Across Cultures. A Quick Guide to Managing Group Work.
    • Leask, B. (2009). Using Formal and Informal Curricula to Improve Interactions Between Home and International Students. Journal of Studies in International Education, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp.205-221
    • Slavin, R.E. (2014). Cooperative learning and Academic Achievement: why does groupwork work? Anales de psicologia. Vol. 30, 3, pp.785-791.
    • Wheelan, S. (2013). Creating Effective Teams. A Guide for Members and Leaders, (4th edn). London: SAGE.
  • Internationalisation – Institutional Level
    • Spencer-Oatey, H. & Dauber, D. (2015). How internationalised is your university? From structural indicators to an agenda for integration. (Available at GlobalPAD Open House).
  • Internationalising the Curriculum
    • Carroll, J. (2015). Tools for Teaching in an Educationally Mobile World. London: Routledge
    • Clifford, V. (2013). The Elusive Concept of Internationalisation of the Curriculum.
    • Killick, D. (2015). Developing the Global Student. Higher education in an era of globalization. London: Routledge.
    • Killick, D. (2015). Internationalisation and the Academic Developer‘ Educational Developments, SEDA, 16.3, pp.1-6.
    • Killick, D. (2013). Global citizenship, sojourning students and campus communities. Teaching in Higher Education, Vol. 18, No. 7 pp.721-735.
    • Leask, B. (2015). Internationalizing the Curriculum. London: Routledge.
    • Vinter, J. and Slethaug , G. (2013). The influence of internationalisation and national identity on teaching and assessments in HE. Teaching in Higher Education, Vol. 18 No. 7 pp.797-808.
    • Tange, H. & Millar, S. (2016). Opening the mind? Geographies of knowledge and curricular practices. Higher Education, Vol. 72, Nr. 5, 2016, s. 573-587.
  • Student Experiences of ITC
    • Lee, A., Williams, R., Shaw, M.A. & Jiu, Y. (2014). First-year students’ perspectives on intercultural learning. Teaching in Higher Education, Vol. 19, No. 5, pp.543-554.
    • Quan, R., Smailes, J. & Verloop, N. (2013). The transition experiences of university entrants from overseas partners HE partners into UK universities. Teaching in Higher Education, Vol. 18, No. 4 pp.414-426.
    • Testa, D. and Egan, R. (2014). Finding voice: the HE experiences of students from diverse backgrounds. Teaching in Higher Education, Vol. 19, No. 3, pp.229-241.
    • Tange, H. & Kastberg, P. (2013). Coming to terms with ‘double knowing’: an inclusive approach to international education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, Vol. 17, No. 1, 1–14.
  • ITC and Engineering
    • Jensen, Nygaard and Madsen (2011). Assessing the impact on intercultural competencies when engineering students solve problems in multicultural teams. Proceedings of the 1st World Engineering Education Flash Week, SEFI annual conference, Lisbon 2011: Global Engineering Recognition, Sustainability, Mobility. red. / Jorge Bernardino; José Carlos Quadrado. SEFI: European Association for Engineering Education.
    • Mahadevan, J. (2014). Intercultural engineering beyond stereotypes. Integrating diversity competencies into engineering education. European Journal of Training and Development, Vol. 38 No. 7, pp. 658-672.
    • Reimer, M.J. (2007). Intercultural Communication Considerations in Engineering Education. Global Journal of Engineering Education, Vol.11, No.2, pp.197-206.