Join the latest NOOC

January 15th, 2015

This Nottingham Open Online Course (NOOC) aims to develop participants’ critical understanding of key issues in the field. The course begins with a critical examination of the implications of globalisation for the role of universities in contemporary society. It goes on to examine diverse forms of internationalisation and their impact on institutional management, research, and teaching and learning.

Drawing particularly on Nottingham’s own unique experience, the module then looks at trans-national higher education and the development of international campuses, concluding with reflections on cross-cultural concerns in various forms of international partnerships and collaboration.

The six week course starts on Wednesday 28 January and is open to all staff and students. Students who successfully complete the NOOC are eligible for 10 credits towards the Nottingham Advantage Award.

Visit Moodle for more information and to register.

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