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Joint Modules and Internationalisation in Higher Education

Reflections on the Joint Module «Comparative Studies in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning»

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Edited By Regina Egetenmeyer, Paula Guimaraes and Balázs Németh

This volume places the development of the Joint Module «Comparative Studies in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning» (COMPALL) in the context of international development in higher education and adult education. Based on this framework, the authors discuss the development of the joint module in terms of its institutional and didactical structure as well as participants’ motivation and diversity. The book is divided into three parts: (1) Internationalisation in Higher Education, (2) Internationalisation of Higher Education: The Case of Adult Education, and (3) Internationalisation of Higher Education: The Example of COMPALL.

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Table of Contents

Bernd Käpplinger & Steffi Robak

Preface

Regina Egetenmeyer, Paula Guimarães & Balázs Németh

Joint modules and internationalisation in higher education: Reflections on the Joint Module ‘Comparative Studies in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning

Internationalisation in Higher Education

N.V. Varghese

Internationalisation and cross-­border mobility in higher education

István Vilmos Kovács & István Tarrósy

Internationalisation of higher education in a global world

Que Anh Dang

Crossing borders and shifting boundaries in joint masters programmes between Asia and Europe

Nils Szuka & Juan J. Garcia Blesa

Activating students in distance education: The integration of e-­learning scenarios into short learning programmes

Internationality of Higher Education: The Case of Adult Education

Vanna Boffo & Gaia Gioli

Internationalisation and higher education: The case study of a masters degree course in adult education

Balázs Németh

International adult learning and education trends reflected through collaborative actions of higher education in research programmes and development initiatives: An evolutionary scope ←5 | 6→

Katarina Popović

Teaching Curriculum Globale: Mission impossible or united in diversity

Internationality of Higher Education: The Example of COMPALL

Regina Egetenmeyer

Comparative Studies in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning: The Joint-Module methodology and its context

Natália Alves & Paula Guimarães

COMPALL Winter School students’ motivations

Concetta Tino, Paula Guimarães, Daniela Frison & Monica Fedeli

COMPALL-­Joint Module: Diversity of participants and models of curricular and local implementation

Krisztina Fodorné Tóth

COMPALL Blended learning path: Online, on-­campus, and intensive phases

Susanne Lattke & Regina Egetenmeyer

Benefits and potential of an international intensive programme: Insights from an evaluation of the Joint Module COMPALL

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