1. Fulbright Canada Webinar for Canadian Students and Scholars


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    Fulbright Canada hosted a webinar which reviewed the various opportunities available to Canadian students and scholars through the Fulbright Program. The United States has a wealth of world-class teaching and research facilities that support cutting edge research projects and promote long-term collaborations. Studying or conducting research in the United States allows for a unique cultural experience that opens a range of opportunities and provides transferable skills. In this webinar, Fulbright Canada provides insight into the amazing programs that allow students and scholars to take advantage of these opportunities and help them build life-long personal and professional relationships.

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    • Edcorp International Intro


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      With an unrivalled knowledge of the education industry, Edcorp provides a portfolio of consulting services and cutting-edge technology products to New Zealand international education providers. Edcorp is not a recruitment agency. Rather, we are an invaluable strategic partner committed to facilitating new recruitment channels and trans-national projects, with a strong focus on India. Edcorp is based in Auckland, New Zealand and operate a wholly owned subsidiary Edcorp India (P) Ltd., in Delhi. Knowledge - Keeping pace with a highly dynamic international education market is a challenge faced by all industry participants. Getting insightful and up-to-the-moment advice is essential. Edcorp's in-depth understanding of the present-day situation and developing trends is a significant strength. Our unique experience, current knowledge and established relationships enable us to engage with target markets in a culture-specific and contextual style, proven to succeed. Services - Every recruitment dollar must count. In markets that are demanding increased personal contact and proven credibility, old 'fly in - fly out' marketing tactics have become both ineffective and cost-inefficient. We do better. Edcorp provides a suite of credible, market-penetrating services from complete local office representation to regular multi-agent training seminars and multi-city 'roadshows'. Products - In a digitally-connected world, students routinely access information and transact using smartphones and other hand-held devices. Presenting your brand effectively through these channels is now critical. Edcorp develops hand held device-friendly websites and multi-platform 'apps' that grow opportunities for engagement with your target markets.

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      • BEYOND: "A Silk Road Journey" - Ferris State University


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        Promo Video created for International Office, 2012 Study Abroad Fair. "BEYOND: A Silk Road Journey," an interactive exhibit that showcases history, adventure and opportunities for world travel, will be presented Sunday, Oct. 7 at Ferris State University. The Five-Star event will transform the corridor of the Interdisciplinary Resource Center into the Silk Road that connected Asia to Europe. The exhibit, open from 1 to 5 p.m., will allow visitors to travel from region to region and experience stories of passion and conquest that shaped the modern world. Read more: http://www.ferris.edu/HTMLS/news/archive/2012/september/silk.htm

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        • Qiu Jin: Tracing Bridges Between Nanjing and Vancouver


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          This film by Vancouver-based filmmaker Anthony Grieco is a narrative piece which follows a Chinese engineering student’s experience discovering Vancouver’s Chinese heritage.

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          • Expeditionary Learning Design Principles -- Thinking Beyond Borders


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            Thinking Beyond Borders Co-Founder & CEO Robin Pendoley describes the design principles of TBB's international learning expeditions. These gap year programs are notable for the intentionality of design, the focus on developmental needs of students, and the purposeful engagement of critical global issues.

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            • The 100 People Project Lesson Plan


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              The 100 People Project encourages teachers to "open up the walls of your classroom" and introduce your students to people all over the world. By using our videos, curricula, and statistics you will have a chance to begin a dynamic and engaging conversation about global issues, culture, and more.

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              • Nepali Culture Through Elementary Art Education


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                Bhagawati Chettri describes her work as an elementary art educator in the international context of Lincoln School in Kathmandu, Nepal. www.lsnepal.com/

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                • Student Orientation - The First Steps


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                  Welcome to Red River College! (Or, if you're a returning student, welcome BACK to Red River College!) We've put together a quick orientation video that'll help bring you up to speed on all the services and supports available to students at the College. For more detailed information, visit http://www.rrc.ca. (Video produced by RRC College Relations; additional footage courtesy RRC's eTV department. Music by http://www.djbrace.com)

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                  • Creating a Global Classroom with Technology and Social Media in a time of Budget Restrictions


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                    June 8, 2012 - Breakout Sessions C Rutger Siebenga, Instructor, Sport Marketing, Hogeschool van Amsterdam Economie en Managemen Aaron Zipp, Instructor & Undergraduate International Coordinator, Sport Management Department, SUNY Cortland Panel Moderator: Victoria Boynton, Professor of English, SUNY Cortland Summary: This study will describe the challenges and benefits of online learning, international collaboration, and using social media in the classroom. Items of further discussion will pertain to the incredible beneficial transition from SKYPE to H.320 standard video conferencing standard, involvement of students as requirement versus experience with volunteerism, student friendship, cultivating student innovation through reasonable ambiguity, a quick comparison between student engaging in this collaboration and those who are not while completing the same project, and others. We will discuss hallmarks and limitations, getting started FAQs, and hopefully inspiring a discussion about the concept of faculty networking in this particular area of pedagogical evolution.

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                    • COIL Institute for Globally Networked Learning in the Humanities - A First Report from Spring 2012 Courses


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                      American University, Beirut, and University of North Carolina at Greensboro Co-Presenters: Alexander Hartwiger, Assistant Professor of English, American University Beirut Alexandra Schultheis Moore, Associate Professor of English, University of North Carolina at Greensboro SUNY Geneseo and Lomonosov Moscow State University Co-Presenters: Mira Bergelson, Professor, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Regional Studies, Lomonosov Moscow State University Meredith Marko Harrigan, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, SUNY Geneseo Corning Community College and University of Belize Co-Presenters: Ubaldimir Guerra, Lecturer Faculty of Education and Arts, University of Belize Ryan Hersha, Instructor of English, Corning Community College Panel Moderator: Tina Yagjian, COIL Institute Coordinator

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