Cross-border Partnerships in Higher Education: Strategies and Issues [NOOK Book]

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The volume provides an overview of the purposes and types of cross-border collaborations, an analysis of the benefits, and an examination of issues arising from these efforts.

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Cross-border Partnerships in Higher Education: Strategies and Issues

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Overview

The volume provides an overview of the purposes and types of cross-border collaborations, an analysis of the benefits, and an examination of issues arising from these efforts.

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Meet the Author

Robin Sakamoto is a Professor in the Faculty of Foreign Studies of Kyorin University, Japan as well as a lecturer at the University of Tokyo.

David W. Chapman is the Birkmaier Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Minnesota where he teaches comparative and international education in the Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development.

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Table of Contents

Section I. Framework and Overview

1. Expanding Across Borders: The Growth of Cross-border Partnerships in Higher Education, Robin Sakamoto, Kyorin University and David W. Chapman, University of Minnesota

2. Higher Education Crossing Borders: A Framework and Overview of New Developments and Issues, Jane Knight, University of Toronto

Section II. Moving Campuses (Instead of Students) Across Borders

3. Motivation and Aspirations for International Branch Campuses, Patricia W. Croom, Michigan State University

4. Joint Ventures in Cross-border Higher Education: International Branch Campuses in Malaysia, Jason E. Lane, University at Albany, SUNY

Section III. Partnerships beyond the Classroom

Research

5. Cross-border Higher Education and the Internationalization of Academic Research, Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

Faculty Development

6. Fostering Organizational Change and Individual Learning through "Ground-Up" Inter-Institutional Cross-border Collaboration, Ann E. Austin, Michigan State University and Cheryl Foxcroft, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University

Quality Assurance

7. Cross-border Collaboration for Quality Assurance in Oman: Contested Terrain, Thuwayba Al-Barwani, Sultan Qaboos University, Hana Ameen, Oman Ministry of Higher Education, and David W. Chapman, University of Minnesota

Section IV. Partnerships in Fields of Practice

Health Care

8. Global Nursing: Sustaining Multinational Collaboration Over Time, Jane C. Shivnan, Johns Hopkins University and Martha N. Hill, Johns Hopkins University

Business Administration

9. Making Cross-border Partnerships Work: The Case of China’s Hong Kong System, Peter Fong, Hong Kong University and Gerard Postiglione, Hong Kong University

Agricultural Extension

10. Collaboration for Instructional Technology Systems in Agriculture, Gauri Maharjan, United Graduate school of Agriculture, Iwate University and Robin Sakamoto, Kyorin University

Section V: Partnerships in Pursuit of Benefits beyond the Campus

Sustainable Development

11. Region-wide Education for Sustainable Development Networks of Universities in the Asia-Pacific, Ko Nomura, Nagoya University, Yoshihiro Natori, United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies, and Osamu Abe, Rikkyo University

Poverty Reduction

12. Cross-border Collaboration in the Service of Human Capacity Development, Christopher S. Collins, UCLA

Equity and Access

13. Cross-border Collaboration for Inclusive and Sustainable Higher Education: Searching for Priorities, Jouko Sarvi, Asian Development Bank

Conclusion

14. The Future of Cross-border Partnerships in Higher Education, David W. Chapman, University of Minnesota and Robin Sakamoto, Kyorin University

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