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Global Learning - Faculty Resources

Illinois State University is undergoing the process of campus internationalization, and global learning has become a priority in its strategic plan, Educate Connect Elevate: Illinois State (Goal 2, Strategy 5). These pages are designed to assist educators who want to design or redesign their courses or programs for global engagement.

Opportunities for Involvement

This page highlights several ways students and faculty can become involved with global learning on campus throughout the academic year:

Going Global Resources

Explore a diverse set of ways to transform your course to include a global perspective. The links gathered on this page include:

Global Learning at ISU

As the importance of globalization in student learning has grown, Illinois State University has developed strategic plans to support its incorporation into the curriculum. The resources below highlight both plans to support global learning and the implementation of global learning concepts, thus far, on our campus.

Support for these resource pages was provided by the Kenneth A. (Buzz) and Mary Ann Shaw Fellowship, the Office of International Studies and Programs, the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, and the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology.

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