RSVP: Internationalizing the Curriculum: The Role of Intercultural Competence • Friday, Jan. 24
CARLA invites you to participate in the Seventh International Conference on the Development and Assessment of Intercultural Competence: Internationalizing the Curriculum: The Role of Intercultural Competence. This conference is sponsored by the CERCLL at the University of Arizona; select sessions will be live-streamed on Friday, January 24, 2020 in UIC 101 via live-stream. See details about this free event below.
Morning Sessions (9:30–11:30 am)
* Digital Humanities and Study Abroad: Intercultural Learning through Digital Mapmaking
* Discourses of Access to Study Abroad
* Embodied Narratives: Deepening the Intercultural Journey of Study Abroad
* What Really Sticks: Study Abroad Curriculum and Remembered Experience
Keynote (11:50 am–12:50 pm):
* The (In)visibility of Languages in Universities’ Internationalization Processes
Presenter: Adriana Diaz, University of Queensland – Australia
Virtual Presentations (1:00–2:00 pm):
* Conversational Telecollaboration in Arabic classes: Intercultural Perspective
* Engaging in Internationalization at Home: Faculty Practices and Development
Afternoon Sessions (2:15–4:45 pm):
* Approaches to Researching Virtual Exchange in EU- and US-funded Initiatives
* Bringing Cohesion to COIL: Integrating Institutional Management, PD, and Exchanges
* Designing Augmented Reality Learning Environments for Intercultural Pedagogy
* Student Internationalization and Study Abroad Preparation Through VR: Best Practices
Find details and exact times about sessions at:
I plan to come to the following sessions of the conference!
Any/all of the Morning Sessions (9:30–11:30 am)
Keynote (11:50 am–12:50 pm)--Please fill out the Pizza RSVP below!
Any/all of the Virtual Presentations (1:00–2:00 pm)
Any/all of the Afternoon Sessions (2:15–4:45 pm)
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