Heather Ward, American Council on Education (United States)
Lenora Helm Hammonds, North Carolina Central University (United States)
Megan Gibbons, Glenville State College (United States)
Jan McCauley, SUNY Broome Community College (United States)
Colleges and universities are looking for accessible, low-cost ways to deliver global learning, particularly to the 90 percent of undergraduates who do not study abroad. The American Council on Education has identified the COIL model as a promising way to reach those students. This session will feature panelists from an HBCU, a rural Appalachian college, and a community college who have developed COIL programs to deliver global learning to students on their campuses.