Preface; M. Omolewa. Acknowledgements. 1. Introduction: Crossing Borders is Inevitable in Higher Education; M. H. Field. 2. From Innocence to Experience: the Politics and Projects of Cross-border Higher Education; Sir J. Daniel et al. 3. Cross Border Education and its Impact on National Systems of Education; N.V. Varghese. 4. The Interconnection between Australia's International Education Industry and Skill Migration Programs; K. Tsukamoto. 5. Scientific Capacity Building Across Borders in Latin America: A Case Study on Inclusion; L. M. Romero. 6. Reflections on the Cross-cultural Delivery of an Information Systems Degree in China; C. Keen, D. Steer. 7. E-learning in European Higher Education - An Analysis of Present Practice in Ireland, Portugal, and the UK with Lessons for the Bologna Process; B. Holmes et al. 8. Borrowing Ideas Across Borders: Lessons from the Academic Advocacy of 'Chinese-English Bilingual Education' in China; H. GuangWei. 9. A Support Network for Primary School Teachers in the Punjab: Challenges of Policy and Practice; R. Zia, R. McBride. 10. Perspectives and Perplexities regarding Transnational Teacher Migration between South Africa and the United Kingdom; S. Manik. 11. Developing a collaborative community: Guidelines for establishing a computer-mediated language learning project with a developing country; D. Hoven. 12. Pathways in International Education: An Analysis of Global Pathways Enabling Students to Articulate from Secondary School to Higher Education in a Transnational Context; T. Adams et al. 13. Regional Universities in the Global Market: the case of HUE; M. Crawford, M. H. Field. Conclusion. Postscript: Passion and Professionalism; P. Snowden. Bios. Index.
Emphasizing South-North interactions
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