- ACE's Internationalizing the Campus: A User’s Guide, 2008.*
Madeleine Green and Christa Olson
American Council on Education, Center for Institutional and International Initiatives
Guide for higher education administrators and faculty internationalizing their institutions. Draws on literature of organizational change and international education. Offers resources developed through ACE's experience with diverse institutions nationwide.
- A Guide To Internationalization For Chief Academic Officers, 2008.
Madeleine Green and Barbara Hill
American Council on Education
Derived from four years of engagement with chief academic officers (CAOs) from 50 different institutions on leading higher education internationalization, this publication presents ways to assess the institutional context for internationalization and to choose appropriate leadership strategies to effect positive change. The essay is framed so that the CAO of any institution, regardless of sector, size, or affiliation, can find useful advice about the processes and content of internationalization.
- A Handbook for Advancing Comprehensive Internationalization: What Institutions Can Do and What Students Should Learn, 2006.*
Madeline Green, Barbara Hill, and Christa Olson
American Council on Education
Handbook encouraging institutions to integrate programmatic inputs with student learning outcomes. Real-world examples and documents that illustrate the strategies included.
- Building a Strategic Framework for Comprehensive Internationalization, 2008.*
Madeleine Green, Barbara Hill, and Christa Olson
American Council on Education
Essay approaching internationalization as an integrated institutional strategy. Evaluates learner-centered pedagogy and the institution's current internationalization efforts.
- Educating Global Citizens in Colleges and Universities: Challenges and Opportunities, 2008.
A comprehensive review of the broad goals and strategies of global education in the United States. Combines recent literature and current best practices in facets ranging from study abroad to the formation of international campuses to the inclusion of global goals in general education programs.
- Finding Your Way: Navigational Tools, 2006.
Marjory Gooding and Melinda Wood.
NAFSA's publication for international advisers, Finding Your Way, Navigational Tools for International Student and Scholar Advisers, is designed to give the essential tools to jump-start and then help make the most of their careers. As well as a resource for practical advice and information such as skill sets, mindsets, problem-solving, advocacy, and building ally networks that can help on a daily basis, it can also help frame their day-to-day issues in broader contexts that shape their profession. Each chapter has follow-up activities and a resource list.
- NAFSA's Guide to Education Abroad, 3rd Edition, 2005.
Joseph L. Brockington, William W. Hoffa, Patricia C. Martin
Substantially revised and expanded, this edition of NAFSA's Guide to Education Abroad for Advisers and Administrators has notably enhanced a book that was already regarded as indispensable by education abroad professionals. Extensive new chapters on such topics as short-term programs, intercultural learning, underrepresented constituencies, community colleges, and issues specific to overseas program direction have been added. There is also a new chapter on the origins, history and existing challenges for education abroad. All of the topics covered in previous editions have been completely updated to include current information and resources.
- NAFSA's Internationalizing the Campus, 2007. (view online)
Profiles of Success at Colleges and Universities
Four U.S. higher education institutions were awarded the 2007 Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization and are featured in this report. Two other exemplary programs are also highlighted in the report in shorter spotlights.
- On the Ground Overseas: U.S. Degree Programs And Branch Campuses Abroad, 2008.
Peter Eckel, Madeleine Green, and Kevin Kinser
Drawing on a roundtable of U.S. campus leaders who have established degree programs or campuses abroad, this publication outlines the lessons learned from their experiences. Provides descriptions of ten U.S. programs and branch campuses around the world.
- ACE Online Bookstore
- CII Publications List
Extensive list of publications focusing on international initiatives.
- Guide to Assessing International Learning Outcomes
Guide for institutional leaders in the areas of preparation of an assessment, development of an assessment plan, implementation of the SPIF/ePortfolio approach, and use of the results.
- International Partnerships: Guidelines for Colleges and Universities, online appendices
Contains many useful samples of institutional documents as well as a list of resources.
Note - Appendix C is a list of funding sources for international education.
- Internationalization Toolkit
Online resource that provides real samples of institutional documents useful for mapping, planning, implementing and evaluating internationalization on campus. The final section includes a sampling of good practice in international education at colleges and universities.
- NAFSA Online Bookstore
- NAFSA: The Economic Benefits of International Education to the United States- Statistical Analysis, 2007-2008
Annually, NAFSA calculates the economic impact of international students and their dependents on the U.S. economy. During the 2007-2008 academic year, NAFSA estimates that international students and their dependents contributed approximately $15.54 billion to the U.S. economy.
- Paths to Global Competence
IIE Network Member Website of the Institute of International Education
Report proposing and defining the characteristics of an internationally-based education system. Considers internationalizing the education system as a basic necessity and proposes it be a requirement of all degrees.
- Resource Guide to Internationalization for Chief Academic Officers
Guide for Chief Academic Officers on how to understand the role of internationalization within an institution.
* Available at the International Affairs Office.