Reviews and Testimonials
Offering an international coverage, including China, the Russian Federation, the European Union, Egypt, and Hong Kong, this volume is part of the Advances in Higher Education and Professional Development book series. The chapters cover a range of topics, including collaboration, international education, the influence of andragogy, recruiting international students to a university in the United States, technology use, the role of professional organizations, open education, and more. Some of the chapters are case studies, offering insights on what has been done and how to improve or change what is currently occurring in one’s own institution in any type of environment, while others offer a historical overview or an examination of the literature on a topic.
– Sara Marcus, American Reference Books Annual
This book delves into many of the issues that are needed to understand the global aspects of international education for our next generation. The legal, historical, cultural, economic, national, regional and international perspectives are refreshing and help all of us who work with international programs better understand how to be more effective in this kaleidoscopically globalizing world.
– Dennis Keefe, University of Nanjing, China, Adult Education Quarterly