Edited By Vesa Korhonen and Pauliina Alenius
Internationalisation have recently featured in discussions and initiatives related to various fields of higher education. Educational leaders, institutions and national policy-makers, but also international actors, such as the European Union and UNESCO, have promoted the internationalisation of higher education. Increasing emphasis on internationalisation has diversified also teaching and learning contexts in higher education and has given rise to a growing need for searching appropriate cross-cultural pedagogical approaches. However, internationalisation in the context of higher education is a multifaceted concept and involves more than just one international dimension in institutional or pedagogical activities. These recent developmental features are examined in the book with the conceptual lense of emerging pattern of internationalisation.
VESA KORHONEN & PAULIINA ALENIUS
Introduction: International and transnational dimensions in higher education
Part I: Educational policy, institutional cultures and transnational activities
JANI HAAPAKOSKI & SHARON STEIN
1. The ethical implications of internationalisation for a knowledge economy: A critical discourse analysis approach to contemporary strategies in Finland and Canada
2. Internationalisation of higher education in Russia: National policy and results at institutional level
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