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INNOVATIONS IN INTERNATIONALISATION AT HOME

IIH 2019 Conference: Friday 5 April 2019

Location: University of Kent, Canterbury

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Overview:

On 5 April 2019, more than 60 colleagues from across the sector joined us in Canterbury for a one-day conference, at the University of Kent, to share good practice in the fields of internationalisation at home and internationalisation of the Curriculum. At IIH2019 we welcomed speaker submissions from representatives from more than 18 different institutions in the UK and overseas.

 

Pleanary sessions, presentations and workshops at IIH2019 focused on research or tried-and-tested good practice in globally-focused Higher Education or educational support activities. We were particularly interested in:

 

  • Research and classroom practice which can be linked to meaningful outcomes in student experience for both home and international students
  • Ventures which seek to develop intercultural awareness between home and international students
  • Mechanisms for encouraging and supporting internationalisation in different academic disciplines
  • Examples of embedding internationalised learning outcomes
  • Internationalisation within formal and informal contexts
  • Internationalisation activities which harness technology for transnational communications
  • Strategies for engaging colleagues in internationalisation at home

 

We would like to thank all the conference delegates and participants for making IIH2019 such a great success and we look forward to preparing for IIH2020. The key dates for IH2020 will be anounced in December 2019, ready for the conference to take place in April 2020. If you would like to join our mailing list for IIH2020, please email: iih-conference@kent.ac.uk

 

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IIH 2019 programme and speaker abstracts:

Download IIH2019 Conference Programme
Download IIH 2019 Speaker Abstracts

 

Access Plenary Speaker Presentations from IIH2019

Plenary Speakers
Topic/Link
Julie Allen (UKCISA)
MORNING PLENARY
What we talk about when we talk about I@H

Anthony Manning and Emma Marku
(University of Kent)
AFTERNOON PLENARY

Strategies for enhancing Internationalisation at Home
Speaker- Room 1
Topic/ Link
Speaker- Room 2
Topic/ Link

Maria Hussain
(University of Leeds)

I@H: creating cultural insights Silvia Coliacomo et al.
(Universities of Kent, Greenwich and Canterbury Christ Church)
GLAM (Gameful Learning at Medway)

Louise Andersson
(Common Purpose)

Unlocking the promise of international Donna Hurford
(University of Southern Denmark)
Putting I@H principles into practice at a Danish University
Larysa Chovnyuk
(National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, )
On the way from foreign cooperation to internationalisation

Antonial Linehan et al.
(Canterbury Christchurch University)

The Roots Project
Niamh Dowling & Angela Taylor
(Rose Bruford college)
The impact of internationalisation and innovation on curriculum

Catherine Rogers et al.
(University of Sussex)

Student led engagement
Charlene Earl
(University of Kent)
I@H - What are we trying to achieve and are we expecting too much? Nick Botfieldd and Marvelle Brown
(Universities of Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire)
Presenting a CIA Toolkit
Carolin Schneider
(University of Leeds)
Providing opportunities for internationalisation on campus

Rosemary K. Clyne
(QMUL)

Future Global Leaders from at QMUL

Isabella Stefanutti
(University of Bath)

The role of the IWLP in the promotion of I@H Jane Reeves
(University of Kent)
The International Centre for Child Protection: An innovative approach to teachinga nd learning

Natalie Drake and Mark Peace
(University of Reading)

Integration through a significant shared expereince

Miriam Schwienig
(University of Warwick)

Supporting international foundation students with the transition UG study

Simon Cotteril
(Birmingham City University)

The use of names by Chinese speakers

Neil Tibbetts
(University of Southampton)

UPA Pecha Kuchas

Steve Cope
(University of Kent)

Creative Language Development

Andy Velarde
(University of Kent)

A transferable strategy to enhance internationalisation in organisational settings

 

 

Access Speaker Presentations from IIH2019

Speaker- Room 1
Topic/ Link
Speaker- Room 2
Topic/ Link

Maria Hussain
(University of Leeds)

I@H: creating cultural insights Silvia Coliacomo et al.
(Universities of Kent, Greenwich and Canterbury Christ Church)
GLAM (Gameful Learning at Medway)

Louise Andersson
(Common Purpose)

Unlocking the promise of international Donna Hurford
(University of Southern Denmark)
Putting I@H principles into practiceat a Danish University
Larysa Chovnyuk
(National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, )
On the way from foreign cooperation to internationalisation

Antonial Linehan et al.
(Canterbury Christchurch University)

The Roots Project
Niamh Dowling & Angela Taylor
(Rose Bruford College)
The impact of internationalisation and innovation on curriculum

Catherine Rogers et al.
(University of Sussex)

Student led engagement
Charlene Earl
(University of Kent)
I@H - What are we trying to achieve and are we expecting too much? Nick Botfiled and Marvelle Brown
(Universities of Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire)
Presenting a CIA Toolkit
Carolin Schneider
(University of Leeds)
Providing opportunities for internationalisation on campus

Rosemary K. Clyne
(QMUL)

Future Global Leaders from at QMUL

Isabella Stefanutti
(University of Bath)

The role of the IWLP in the promotion of I@H Jane Reeves
(University of Kent)
The International Centre for Child Protection: An innovative approach to teachinga nd learning

Natalie Drake and Mark Peace
(University of Reading)

Integration through a significant shared expereince

Miriam Schwienig
(University of Warwick)

Supporting international foundation students with the transition UG study

Simon Cotteril
(Birmingham City University)

The use of names by Chinese speakers

Neil Tibbetts
(University of Southampton)

UPA Pecha Kuchas

Steve Cope
(University of Kent)

Creative Language Development

Andy Velarde
(University of Kent)

A transferable strategy to enhance internationalisation in organisational settings

 

 

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IIH2019 abstract and submission information:

Speaker proposals were submitted in the form of an abstract of no more than 300 words to iih-conference@kent.ac.uk before 5pm on 4 March 2019. This included a title of no more than 50 words and the names, institutional affiliation, job titles and email addresses of all presenters. Session were identified as either a presentation or workshop.

 

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IIH2019 types of session:

Sessions at IIH2019 were designed to be either presentations or workshops, with audience participation. Presentations and workshops were 25 minutes in duration with an additional 5 minutes for questions.

 

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Download IIH2019 conference poster and call for papers:

Innovation In Internationalisation at Home - Poster
Innovation In Internationalisation at Home - Call for Papers

 

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Getting to the conference

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