Caruana, V 2004, Innovative learning in action (ILIA) issue one: Internationalising the curriculum , Education Development Unit, University of Salford, Salford, UK.
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Welcome to the first edition of the University of Salford’s ‘Innovative Learning in Action’ (ILIA). The journal will be published bi-annually and is intended to provide recognition for and to celebrate the good practice of staff who - across campus - strive to innovate in pursuit of the quality learning experience. The dissemination of good practice will provide positive encouragement to those considering new approaches to student learning and support and act as a springboard for collaboration, shared experience, mutual support and reflection within and across schools and faculties. The journal aims to be inclusive, therefore the Editorial Board welcomes a varied range of contributions from those who are seasoned and experienced researchers in the field, to those who are embarking upon their first engagement with publishing in the domain; from tried and tested innovations which may be transferable to other disciplines to work in progress and embryonic developments; from academic and related staff to those performing roles in support of student learning. The tone of the journal is quite informal, providing an illustrative rather than exhaustive overview of innovations and authors are encouraged to describe and reflect upon their experiences in their own individual styles. The theme of this first edition is ‘Internationalising the Curriculum’ a concept that is at the very heart of the University’s Learning and Teaching Strategy: ‘…preparing students for careers that will be in the global economy and to enrich the wider student experience by integrating the knowledge and experience of our international students.’ (University of Salford, Strategic Framework 2003-2004) Contributions that explore innovative programmes and collaborations underway at the University provide a range of perspectives on curriculum development and design, signifying ways in which other colleagues might pursue an international agenda in their teaching and learning practice.
|Additional Information:||Contributions: Internationalising the curriculum - in terms of values?, by John Cowan; Internationalising curricula in fashion design: a survey, by Lucy Jones; Trans-national online activities for students – a pragmatic approach, by Frances Bell and Janice Whatley; Internationalising the curriculum: from policy to practice, by Viv Caruana and Jane Hanstock; Radiography: an international image, by Christine Wardleworth; Nursing and international mobility: a structured approach, by Mike Barker; Exploring fashion design in the Oceanic region: update on a research trip, Summer 2003, by Lucy Jones.|
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|Publisher:||Education Development Unit, University of Salford|
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|Date Deposited:||03 Apr 2009 10:00|
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