2011 Institute (Oct. 24-Nov.4)

Core Materials

• List of 2011 Participants (PDF)
• Draft Schedule (PDF)
• The IFE 2020 Tool Kit (PDF)

Readings

1. “The Intractable Dominant Educational Paradigm,” John Hawkins (PDF)
2. The IFE 2020 Tool Kit (PDF)
3. Final Project (PDF)
4. “Globalization & Education: Characteristics, Dynamics, Implications,” Deane Neubauer (PDF)
5. “Redefining Public & Private in Asia Pacific Higher Education,” Molly Lee & Deane Neubauer (PDF)
6. “Aligning Capacity with Needs in the Process of Massification of Higher Education in China: Northeast Normal University as a Case,” Yang Zhong (PDF)
7. “Variations on Equity and Access in Higher Education in Asia,” Hawkins (PDF)
8. “The Transformation of Research in the Knowledge Society,” Hawkins (PDF)
9. “Asserting Brain Power & Expanding Education Services: Searching for New Governance & Regulatory Regimes in Singapore, Hong Kong & Malaysia,” Ka Ho Mok (PDF)
10. “Information & Innovation in a Global Knowledge Society: Implications for Higher Education,” Peter Hershock ( PDF)
11. “Region Cooperation or Competition? The Rise of Transnational Higher Education & the Emergence of Regulatory Regionalism in Asia,” Mok (PDF)
12. “International Student Mobility for East Asian Integration,” Kazuo Kuroda (PDF)
13. “Mobility, Markets & Equity in Higher Education: Match or Mismatch?” Hershock (PDF)
14. “Migration & Mobility in Asia Pacific Higher Education,” Marie Scot (PDF)
15. “The Changing Role of Student Mobility,” Ulrich Teichler (PDF)

Presentations

1. Introducing IFE 2020 (PDF)
2. The Intractable Dominant Educational Paradigm, John Hawkins (PDF)
3. Globalization and Education: Characteristics, Dynamics, Implications, Deane Neubauer (PDF)
a) Ten Globalization Challenges for Higher Education, Neubauer (PDF)
4. Higher Education: Public Good or Private Service? Molly Lee (PDF)
5. Access, Equity and Capacity in Asia Pacific Higher Education, Hawkins & Neubauer (PDF)
6. Regional Cooperation in Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific, Lee (PDF)
7. Teaching Globalization as a Content-Based Language Course to Chinese students: a case study at NENU, Yang Yuchen (PDF)
a) Aligning Capacity with Needs in the Process of Massification of Higher Education in China: Northeast Normal University as a Case, Yang Yuchen & Yang Zhong (PDF)
8. Higher Education: Public Good or Private Service? Molly Lee (PDF)
9. The Changing Social Ecology of Higher Education in the Asia Pacific Region, Neubauer (PDF)
10. Higher Education & Quality Assurance: Trends & Tensions in Asia, Neubauer & Hawkins (PDF)
11. Framing the Conversation about the Knowledge Society, Hawkins & Neubauer (PDF)
12. The Rise of Transnational Higher Education in Asia: Challenges for University Governance & Implications for Social Development, Ka Ho Mok (PDF)
13. Regional Cooperation or Competition? The Rise of Transnational Higher Education & the Emergence of Regulatory Regionalism in Asia, Mok (PDF)
14. Mobility Data for Higher Education in Asia (PDF)
15. Understanding Regionalization of Higher Education in Asia, Jane Knight (PDF)
16. Migration & Mobility in Europe: The internationaliation of Sciences Po Paris, London School of Economics & Political Science, Marie Scot (PDF)
17. The Bologna Process: History and Governance, Scot (PDF)
18. European Harmonization & National Implementation, Scot (PDF)
19. The External Dimension of the Bologna Process, Scott (PDF)
20. Conference Summary & Reflections, Ralph Wolff (PDF)

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