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Announcement: Faculty Directors: Opportuntity to Share your Experiences with Others
The Forum on Education Abroad is launching an exciting new initiative!
The Forum on Education Abroad is launching an exciting new initiative to
identify best practices in curriculum design and teaching abroad. If you or
a faculty member at your institution have designed or taught an effective
or innovative course for students abroad, the Forum would like to know
Our goal is to compile resources from across the curriculum that will
assist faculty at Forum member institutions to advance their efforts in
developing education abroad curricula and teaching methods. The final
product will be an online resource center containing a full complement of
different types of tools and information, such as oral and written
interviews with faculty who have taught abroad, sample syllabi and course
descriptions, program profiles, and standardized information sheets.
If you have been involved in designing and teaching an education abroad
course that you think is notable in any way, for example, in its structure,
content, relationship to the host country or program delivery, and would
like to contribute to this project by sharing information about this
course, please tell us about it using this online form: *Curriculum and
Please forward this message to any faculty at your institution/organization
who are teaching interesting education abroad courses!
**All faculty members at Forum member institutions who contribute to this
project will receive a complimentary copy of A History of US Study Abroad:
Beginnings to 1965 <http://forumea.org/dialogue-history.cfm>, by William W.
For more information, please contact Elizabeth Frohlich at