Title of Presentation

Cultivating Global Learning Experiences through Virtual Engagement

About the Presenter(s)

Nicky Adams, Principal Lecturer in Department of English and Coordinator of Writing Internship Program; Sangita Gosalia, Director of Campus Engagement, Center for International Programs; Stephanie Litka, Senior Lecturer in Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work; Mary Niebler, Coordinator of Cross-Cultural Immersions; David Perkins, Senior Lecturer in Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering; Lindsey Temple, ETHOS Center Program Coordinator; Kelly Trail, Director of Education Abroad

Start Date

6-1-2022 10:00 AM

Abstract/Description

This past year has encouraged educators to think creatively about ways technology can keep us connected and help to facilitate student learning inside and outside the classroom. This has been especially true for educators focused on creating global learning experiences. In this session, four panelists will share recent examples of ways in which they supported global learning through virtual engagement. Some examples will include virtual exchange, collaborative online international learning (COIL), adaptations to immersion programs, and student research. We hope this session inspires attendees to think about small and large-scale ways they can virtually integrate global learning experiences into their work.

Goals for Attendees

● To understand the definition of “global learning.” ● To gain insight on facilitation of virtual global learning. ● To recognize the value of reciprocity when collaborating with colleagues external to UD.

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Jan 6th, 10:00 AM

Cultivating Global Learning Experiences through Virtual Engagement

This past year has encouraged educators to think creatively about ways technology can keep us connected and help to facilitate student learning inside and outside the classroom. This has been especially true for educators focused on creating global learning experiences. In this session, four panelists will share recent examples of ways in which they supported global learning through virtual engagement. Some examples will include virtual exchange, collaborative online international learning (COIL), adaptations to immersion programs, and student research. We hope this session inspires attendees to think about small and large-scale ways they can virtually integrate global learning experiences into their work.