Book — 1 online resource (xii, 294 pages) : illustrations Digital: data file.
Chapter 1 Introduction: The Internationalization of Canadian Universities;
Chapter 2 From Here to There and Back Again: International Outreach in the Canadian University;
Chapter 3 From Reluctant Acceptance to Modest Embrace: Internationalization of Undergraduate Education;
Chapter 4 The Internationalization of University Research in Canada;
Chapter 5 The Dilemma of Institutional Structures;
Chapter 6 Students as Agents of Change;
Chapter 7 New Forms of International Cooperation.
A New World of Knowledge examines how globalization has obliged universities in Canada to reassess and rethink the international dimension of their mission and practice. All now include an international dimension in their mission statement. Is this a true statement of educational principles? Or is it simply a marketing message intended to position the university to cope with budget reductions through the sale of educational services? A New World of Knowledge looks at the important role thatCanadian universities have p layed in shaping Canada's response to the problems of international developm.