Staff and students from across the university are invited to join colleagues from across the sector for our third conference to share good practice in the fields of Internationalisation at home and Internationalisation of the Curriculum. Building on the success of last year’s 2021 conference where colleagues engaged from more than 27 countries, and its digital content received over 1,600 views, this year’s conference is already looking to surpass this.
This year’s theme is ‘The Power of Co-creation’. We have received 20 pre-recorded video presentations from colleagues around the world sharing their experiences and insights in this area of work. Topics range from working with students as partners, developing intercultural competences and skills, building a community, to examples of COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning) Initiatives. Colleagues are able to watch these in advance of the live conference which take place on Friday 15 July, 2022 from 14:00 – 17:30 BST.
The full schedule of events for 15 July live conference can be found below:
14:10: Opening Plenary
The Potential of Virtual Exchange/COIL as co-creative experience
Speaker: Eva Haug, Educational Advisor for Internationalisation of the Curriculum and COIL, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
14:40: Live Q&A Session with presenters (Round 1)
15:15: Panel Discussion
Our panel discussion will explore whether internationalisation at home (IaH) activities meaningfully contribute to inclusivity on campus. We are delighted to bring student’s views on this topic in addition to our plenary speakers.
16:00: The IC Global Café Networking Session
In this session we will dive into the conference theme and if, and how, Internationalisation at Home can benefit inclusivity. During the Cafe, there will be an opportunity to meet colleagues in small, informal breakout rooms, where you can virtually share your hot or cold drinks as well as your experiences of inclusivity and Internationalisation at Home
16:30: Live Q&A Session with presenters (Round 2)
17:00: Closing Plenary
Innovations in IaH Towards an impact practice: a critical reflection
Speaker: Eveke de Louw, International Policy Advisor for the Curriculum and Co-curriculum, The Hague University of Applied Sciences
17:30: Closing Remarks and Conference Close
We hope to see you there!