Reimagining Education: Can Collaborative Online International Learning be Normalized?
We invite proposals that broadly support this year’s conference themes for presentations based upon research and/or reflective practice in a range of formats.
Joint proposals, including those that represent the collaboration of inter- or intra- departmental or institutional teams, those which are designed to foster significant audience participation, or panels which bring in student perspectives, are particularly encouraged.
This Year's Themes and Topics include:
Student Perspectives and Voices from COIL Courses
Role of COIL Courses in Integrating Intercultural and/or Global Dimensions into the Curriculum
Best Practices for Growing, Sustaining and Normalizing COIL and Similar Institutional Initiatives
COIL Courses as Portals for Increased Participation in Study Abroad
How is Intercultural Exchange Transformed in the Online Environment?
The Role of Language in COIL Courses and COIL for Language Learning
Online Collaborations with Partners in Non-Traditional Destinations
Strategies for Using COIL to Connect Curricula, Technology and Campus Internationalization
Overcoming Power Differentials in Online Collaborations
Utilizing COIL to Realize the Full Potential of Existing International Partnerships
Fostering and Evaluating Student Cross-cultural Competence Online
"We're all the same! Or are we?" Moving from Minimization of Difference to Acceptance of Difference