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International Assessment: Developing a Research Agenda for (Post)graduate Education and Collaboration

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This article assesses the current state of internationalisation and international experiences, focusing in particular on science and engineering fields. It discusses initial results from a workshop, sponsored by the US National Science Foundation and organised by the Center for Innovation and Research in Graduate Education at the University of Washington, to develop an interdisciplinary research agenda aimed at launching and …

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Peers in Doctoral Education: Unrecognized Learning partners

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This chapter explores the unique, often horizontal, peer education dynamics found in doctoral education, which are far less understood than the role of undergraduate peer educators. Flores, E., & Nerad, M. (2012). Peers in Doctoral Education: Unrecognized Learning partners.¬†New Directions for Higher Education. No 157, Spring 201, pp.73- 83. Download:¬†Peers in Doctoral Education: Unrecognized Learning partners  

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