Faculty Engagement and Internationalization at Home in Iceland
Cross-border physical mobility has dominated the discourse and practice of internationalization of higher education. Yet, global crises of climate change, sustainability, pandemics, and social equity, among others are challenging traditional mobility paradigms. Internationalization at Home (IaH) has been promoted as a way to increase international and intercultural education, and faculty members are central to achieving any success with this program. This collective case study at the University of Iceland examines faculty members’ engagement and practices of IaH.
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