What will it Take to Double Study Abroad?
The above link directs you to the Institute for International Education (IIE) website for a document known as a “green paper.” This green paper explores the Big 11 ideas from the Generation Study Abroad Think Tank about how to reach the goal of doubling the number of students going abroad by the end of the decade. The paper was first issued on May 2014 in PDF format but will be updated over time.
Forum on Education Abroad, Education Abroad Glossary
The Forum on Education Abroad has assembled a glossary of frequently used terms by education abroad professionals in an attempt to clarify terminology internationally on issues related to student mobility and international engagement.
Leading Comprehensive Internationalization: Strategies and Tactics for Action, NAFSA
As a follow-up to the document, Comprehensive Internationalization: From Concept to Action, NAFSA - Association of International Educators has published this report which “presents a flexible framework for the “how” of both strategy and action of comprehensive internationalization.” It is authored by John Hudzik (former vice president for global engagement at Michigan State University) and JoAnn McCarthy (former assistant provost for international affairs at the University of Pennsylvania and current director of academic affairs for INTO University Partnerships USA).
Vision 2020 Peer Institution Summary Report (October 2012)
A Vision 2020 peer benchmark survey was conducted in Summer 2012 to compare Texas A&M study abroad participation rates with other doctoral granting institutions as reported in the Institute for International Education's annual Open Doors Report. The report focused on processes used to assess international education efforts and identified strategies used by highly ranked institutions to encourage students to go abroad. The survey and report were created by Dr. Suzanne Droleskey, Global Program Support.
Mapping International Joint and Dual Degrees: U.S. Program Profiles and Perspectives (2014)
The American Council on Education conducts this survey of US joint and dual degrees every five years to assess the current state of internationalization at American higher education institutions, analyze progress and trends over time, and considers future directions and priorities. This survey is a direct follow-on to the 2011 Mapping Survey which gathered basic information about prevalence and characteristics of such programs offered by U.S. institutions. The outcomes outline challenges and elements that affect their potential outcomes and impact.
Joint and Double Degree Programs in the Global Context: Report on an International Survey – 2011
This global survey conducted by the Institute for International Education, provides insights about the benefits, impacts and challenges of joint and double degree programs.
Mapping Internationalization on U.S. Campuses
This periodic report from the American Council on Education (ACE) is the only comprehensive source of data on internationalization in U.S. higher education institutions. The survey has been conducted in 2001, 2006, and 2011 and covers such topics as institutional commitment, student mobility, partnerships, and learning outcomes.