Supporting global mobility staff through a community of practice

Chester, A, Clarke, B, Dickson, H, Iyer-Raniga, U, Marriott, K, Moeller, R, Morgan, B and Semple, C 2018, 'Supporting global mobility staff through a community of practice' in Patricia McLaughlin and Belinda Kennedy (ed.) The Global Canopy: Stories of discipline-based learning interactions to promote global mobility, Writing Bureau, Fitzroy North, Australia, pp. 37-44.


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Title Supporting global mobility staff through a community of practice
Author(s) Chester, A
Clarke, B
Dickson, H
Iyer-Raniga, U
Marriott, K
Moeller, R
Morgan, B
Semple, C
Year 2018
Title of book The Global Canopy: Stories of discipline-based learning interactions to promote global mobility
Publisher Writing Bureau
Place of publication Fitzroy North, Australia
Editor(s) Patricia McLaughlin and Belinda Kennedy
Start page 37
End page 44
Subjects Higher Education
Summary Articulation, recognition of prior learning and global mobility are inter­related. The details of articulation arrangements and the practicalities of mapping skills and competencies to existing courses and educational partners form much of the discussion around increasing mobility opportunities for domestic and international students. In many cases, academic staff charged with these issues work in isolation. This case study describes the work of a group of staff involved in sequential articulation agreements. In these agreements, students undertake the first year of their undergraduate degree in their home country and complete the remainder courses to satisfy for the degree in Australia. This case study describes a community of practice that emerged to support staff in three schools at RMIT University preparing to deliver these agreements in collaboration with partner universities in China.
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