2016 Summer Forum

  • Forum magazine
  • Publication date
    July 2016
  • Topics
    • Leadership & strategy

Theme: Data in international education

Data is everywhere in international higher education. Our field is using and producing data at a faster pace than ever before. But what exactly is the role of data in international education? This issue of Forum explores this question from different angles and perspectives. 

Table of contents

04 EDITORIAL — Laura Rumbley
05 CONTRIBUTORS
06 DATA IN ERASMUS+  
— Runa Gudmarsdottir & Daphne Scherer
09 HOW TO MAKE COUNTING STUDENTS COUNT — Daan Huberts
12 MEASURING SUCCESS — Arturo Segura & Livia Castellanos
14 SATISFACTION IS IN SUCCESS, NOT IN CANTEEN FOOD — Veronika Norvaisaite & Nannette Ripmeester
17 TRANSNATIONAL ALUMNI — Gretchen Dobson
18 THE CASE OF MISSING DATA: STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES — Michele Scheib
20 IN CONVERSATION WITH DIRK VAN DAMME — Laura Mesquita
24 WHERE DO YOU FIND THE NUMBERS? — Irina Ferencz
26 GOING THE EXTRA MILE — Charles Mathies
29 TARGETED DATA COLLECTION — Matt Greig
32 MAPPING OUT INTERNATIONALISATION WITH TRAVEL DATA — David Glowsky
35 EVIDENCE-BASED INTERNATIONALISATION — Kalle Hauss & Britta Piel
38 DIGGING THROUGH THE DATA — Paul Leys
41 EAIE BLOG SPOT  
42 THE UK: AN INTERNATIONALISATION SUCCESS STORY
 
51 EVENTS CALENDAR 

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