Enhancing and Assessing Intercultural Learning at Purdue, 2014-2016: Part Two (Findings)
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2019-02-06 19:21:38 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine N. Yngve
This report discusses findings from two years of capacity-building towards a culture of evidence-based intercultural learning at a research one US university.
Preparing Students for Intensive Global Fieldwork: A Work in Progress
2019-02-08 15:12:49 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Mary K. Pilotte, Daniel F. Radcliffe
Describes the "backwards design" process for an Engineering-focused week-long study abroad program. Of particular importance is the ability of the authors to contextualize intercultural skills as critical to field-based engineering practice.
Structured Study Abroad Enhances Intercultural Competence
2019-12-06 20:33:57 | Open Access Publications | Contributor(s): Lata A. Krishnan, Christi Masters, Horane A Holgate, Cong Wang, Charles A. Calahan
Participation in a service-learning (SL) study abroad (SA) program has been shown to enhance cultural competence (Krishnan, Richards & Simpson, 2016) as measured via the Public Affairs Scale (PAS; Levesque-Bristol & Cornelius-White, 2012).
Preparing Students for Intensive Global Fieldwork
2019-12-13 16:29:08 | Publications | Contributor(s): Mary K. Pilotte, David F. Radcliffe
This paper argues that by carrying out an integrated series of technical investigations and cultural activities in a foreign country, students can have a realistic experience of global engineering field work.
Intercultural Knowledge Development During Short-Term Study Abroad in the Basque Country: A Cultural and Linguistic Minority Context
2019-12-13 21:53:33 | Open Access Publications | Contributor(s): Ager Gondra, Lori Czerwionka
This investigation examined intercultural knowledge development in a short-term study abroad program in a cultural and linguistic minority context (Basque Country, Spain).
Digital civics goes abroad
2020-01-13 21:37:07 | Publications | Contributor(s): Colin M Gray, Austin Toombs, Marlo Owczarzak, Christopher Watkins
In this article, we document a study-abroad trip from Purdue University to the U.K., where 13 undergraduate and graduate UX students were divided into teams and participated in design sprints with sponsorship by Open Lab researchers over a 10-day period.
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