In this chapter, we explore the possibilities in using novel teaching spaces to embed aspects of internationalisation into higher education practice. In this context, we will use the working definition of internationalisation proposed by Knight (2003: 1): ’Internationalisation at the national, sector, and institutional levels is defined as the process of integrating an international, intercultural, or global dimension into the purpose, functions or delivery of post-secondary education’
|Title of host publication||Reframing Space for Learning: Excellence and Innovation in University Teaching|
|Editors||Tim Bilham, Clare Hamshire, Mary Hartog, Martina A. Doolan|
|Publisher||Institute of Education|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2019|
- digital learning
- global classroom
Radclyffe-Thomas, N., Mcdermott, C., & Forsyth, R. (2019). Expanding the cross-cultural space: Providing international experiences in the digital global classroom. In T. Bilham, C. Hamshire, M. Hartog, & M. A. Doolan (Eds.), Reframing Space for Learning: Excellence and Innovation in University Teaching (1 ed.). Institute of Education.