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The purpose of this study was to trace how relationships between global, national and local policy spheres are enacted as actors assemble in educational governance through their engagement with internationalization policy. Based on this purposes, the following research questions were addressed:...
The purpose of this study is to describe international English as an additional language (EAL) students’ experiences in relation to their academic work, as effects of university policy at a western Canadian university. Data from interviews with students and employees were analyzed in relation to...
Horizons of Belonging: Co-Creating Transformative Indigenization and Internationalization in Higher EducationDownload
Across Canada, post-secondary institutions are embarking in policy-driven strategies to engage Indigenization and internationalization of their campuses. These strategies are tied to national and provincial policies with multiple intent, ranging from increasing fee-paying international student...
In my capping paper, I have two concerns: How globalization or the global knowledge economy interacts with the internationalization of higher education in the Canadian context and the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. A market-oriented ideology integrates economic or trade value into cultural,...
In this study, the textually mediated processes of applying to a Canadian university are explored from the standpoint of international graduate students. As reduced government support makes universities in Canada increasingly reliant on differential fees paid by international students, there is...
International dimensions of higher education in nursing in Canada: Tapping the wisdom of the 20th century while embracing possibilities for the 21st centuryDownload
New focus on the internationalization of universities occurred in the late 20th century and higher education in nursing has been quick to embrace the opportunities. In this manuscript, writers provide a brief overview of the nursing and more general literature from the late 20th century relating...
Making Sense of Internationalization via Strategic International Research Partnerships. Faculty Members' Experiences in a Canadian UniversityDownload
The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of academics at the University of Alberta who were involved in strategic international research partnerships with institutions located in two overseas countries both as part of their universityâs commitment to internationalization and the...