2021 Virtual Conference on Global Learning: Global Learning Reimagined – Oct 7-9
The American Association of Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) Conference on Global Learning examines practical and theoretical approaches to reimagine global learning at the course, departmental, and institutional levels. The conference provides opportunities to explore tactics and strategies for making global learning more equitable and inclusive and for ensuring it aligns with student and societal needs.
Overview of the 2021 Conference
The coronavirus pandemic and the growing movement for racial justice have affirmed the interconnectedness of the local and the global as never before and revealed the reality of global interdependence. Within higher education, there is now renewed emphasis on the value of global learning for all and strong momentum for the creation of more equitable and inclusive opportunities for global learning. Educators across the country and around the world are responding not simply by adapting to meet the moment, but by reimagining the future of global learning itself through remarkable innovations in curricular and cocurricular design, reconfigured partnerships, and new forms of community and career engagement.
Dates: October 7-9, 2021 (Virtual)
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