Beyond the Study Tour: Strategies for Enhancing Short-Term Learning Abroad in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
This one-day forum is designed for leaders and managers in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities in Australia and New Zealand who are keen to expand and enrich short-term overseas study opportunities for students. Presenters from a wide range of institutions will consider the key strategic and operational challenges, share experience of successes and failures, and consider innovative approaches.
Location: University of Technology SydneyDate: Friday 19 May
If you are interested in presenting, please contact one of the DASSH Associate Deans International Network Convenors – Christopher Ziguras, Jacqueline Lo or Mark Finn.
The event is limited to 25 participants to allow for a high level of engagement and discussion. To register for this event, please click here.
The first meeting of the Network was the pre-conference workshop in Hobart on 31st August 2016 prior to the DASSH Conference and AGM.
The agenda can be downloaded here. A report on the meeting can be downloaded here.
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