Higher Education

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Comment by Lucy Gray on November 26, 2019 at 11:58am


If you use the discussion forum at the top of the Higher Ed group page, you might be able to get a threaded discussion going. Also, reach out out to GEC Ann Gaudino and David Stoloff. They are two higher ed people who are active in this area and might want to join forces with you to revive this group. You can message them by searching for their names in our search box (upper right hand corner) or in our membership directory.

Did you see Ann's keynote, btw? I really loved how she brought in colleagues from around the world.

Lucy Gray

Comment by Prof. Michelle Jones on November 25, 2019 at 3:03pm

Hi Everyone,

I really enjoyed the sessions that I was able to attend live and watch recorded for the 2019 conference.  This forum has not had any activity in the last few years.  I was hoping to see if anyone is interested in sharing activities within Higher Education.

I am co-leading a study abroad with another faculty member to London in May 2020.   We are focusing on criminal justice and legal studies.   I have started to work with a reference librarian to create an OER for this study abroad that can be cross-discipline as my students coming on the program are from a variety of majors.

I look forward to shairng ideas with all of you.


Comment by Brad Maguth on May 14, 2013 at 2:12pm

Lucy: thanks for the heads-up, and I just posted it on the front page.  Thanks for helping to spread this announcement!

Comment by Lucy Gray on May 14, 2013 at 1:27pm

Brad, why don't you post this as a discussion forum post on the front page, so the entire community can see it? I can also then send it out over social media.

Comment by Brad Maguth on May 14, 2013 at 1:25pm


The State of Global Education:

Learning with the World and its People

Edited by Brad Maguth & Jeremy Hilburn

This book, to be published by Routledge, will include peer-reviewed manuscripts of research on ways in which teachers and students learn about and with the world and its people. The purpose of this book is two-fold: to explore the theoretical foundations of global education, and to initiate a conversation to begin to answer the question, what are the characteristics of the next generation of global education? We broadly call this next generation, Global Education 2.0.  The text will be divided into three sections:

  • Global Education 1.0 – Foundations - This section presents an overview of foundational research conducted in the area of global education so readers can better understand the rationale, opportunities, and challenges that have faced the field of global education.


  • Global Education 2.0 in Theory - This section presents research that sets a future path for global education in an increasingly technological, multicultural, and global age. Research in this section could center on ways in which global education can be reconstructed and strengthened.  Potential topics include research connecting issues of race/ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and class, to teaching and learning about and with the world and its people.


  • Global Education 2.0 in Action - This section presents research on the practices of global education and offers a view of what the next generation of global education may look like in action. This could include the following: research that’s centered on students learning about and with the world and its people, global  issues (in school and out of school), the ways in which a global perspective enhances students’ ability to serve as stewards of their planet, and practices that foster global learning and global action to help build a sustainable and more equitable future for all citizens of our planet. Research topics may also include research on the meaningful integration of technology to help students learn about and with the world and its people, or other meaningful global learning opportunities.


Timeline for publication

  • July 1, 2013                          Chapter proposal abstracts due
  • July 15, 2013                        Authors identified and contacted
  • December 15, 2013             Manuscripts due
  • December 20, 2013             Manuscripts sent for external review; authors also review one other manuscript
  • March 1, 2014                      Authors receive feedback from three reviewers
  • May 1, 2014                         Second draft due
  • July 1, 2014                          Final draft due
  • August 20, 2014                  Editors send final manuscript into publisher
  • September 2014                  Book is published


Interested authors should submit a chapter abstract to the book’s co-editor.  For additional inquires or to submit a proposal please contact Brad Maguth



Comment by Ann Shultz on November 14, 2012 at 8:21am

I am an English professor at a small community college in southern Maine, US., looking for online collaborative possibilities for my students with Middle Eastern students.

This could be for my college composition class or a literature class.

Comment by Robert Farazin on November 13, 2012 at 12:40pm

Hey, I am looking to make connections with people who are interested in using online educational videos in any language. We dub and translate any online educational video/course. 

Welcome to check our session website:

(live presentation on Wed Nov14th at 8am PST.)

Comment by Lee Dunn on November 12, 2012 at 3:43am

Hi, I am looking to make connections with colleagues in HE who are interested in potential - future research collaborative projects on social media, technology, society elearning etc. My profile can be found on 

Comment by Gustavo Zavaleta Hurtado on November 20, 2011 at 3:58pm

Hola, me gustaría iniciar contacto con el grupo de ustedes. Soy profesor universitario de la UNAM usando TIC en clase, y me interesa saber que plataforma están usando para dar clases, asimismo saber de las herramientas y capacitaciones que realizan. Mi correo es, mi cuenta Twitter es @ProfeZavaleta  y mi blog es Espero alegremente poder conocer más profesores con mis intenciones de aprender más en grupo y mejorar nuestra educación. Saludos.

In english:

Hello, I would like to initiate contact with the group for you. I am auniversity professor at UNAM using ICT in class, and I want to know what platform they are using to teach also know the tools andtraining they do. My email is profe.zavaleta @, my account is @ ProfeZavaleta Twitter and my blog is happily hope more teachers to know my intentions to learn more and improve our education group.Greetings.



Comment by Deb Gilbertson on November 17, 2011 at 1:31am

You are invited to have your students participate in the 2012 Global Enterprise Experience, April 26 - May 17. They will be a member of a global team with eight colleagues coming from diverse countries – rich and poor, big and small, and with world views that are worlds apart.  The global teams jointly develop a business case for a profitable product or service to link developed and developing countries. The contest is free to enter on  Judged by global leaders, members of the champion team as well as the top participant each win NZ$1000.  For more details see”


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