IntlUni - The International University

Purpose/research question

The overarching aim of IntlUni was to identify quality criteria that should characterise teaching and learning in the Multilingual and Multicultural Learning Space (MMLS) and to develop recommendations for how higher education institutions may implement and ensure sustainability of quality teaching and learning in the MMLS.

Outcomes

Many higher education institutions are facing challenges formerly unknown to them: Students and lecturers alike form much more heterogeneous groups than ever before, speaking a wide spectrum of language and representing a wide spectrum of cultural backgrounds in what may be termed the Multilingual and Multicultural Learning Space.

The final outcomes of the project are to be found here.

The project website contains a full description of the project.

The outcomes are detailed in the literature listed under this theme.

Status: afsluttet

Karen M. Lauridsen

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Udvalgte publikationer

Lauridsen, K. M. 2017. Professional development of international classroom lecturers. In Jennifer Valcke & Robert Wilkinson (eds) Integrating Content and Language in Higher Education. Perspectives and Professional Practice. Peter Lang.

Lauridsen, K.M. 2016. IntlUni - the opportunities and challenges of the multilingual and multicultural learning space in the international university. Project report. European Journal of Applied Linguistics, vol. 4(2) DOI 10.1515/eujal-2016-0010.

Lauridsen, K.M. & Cozart, S. M. 2015. Teaching and Learning in the International Classroom: quality principles and lessons learned from the IntlUni project. Internationalisation of Higher Education. An EAIE Handbook (3/2015). Raabe

Lauridsen, K.M. & Lillemose, M. K. (eds). 2015. Opportunities and challenges in the multilingual and multicultural learning space. Final document of the IntlUni Erasmus Academic Network 2012-15. http://intluni.eu/uploads/media/The_opportunities_and_challenges_of_the_MMLS_Final_report_sept_2015.pdf