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Going Global

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  • 1. Going Global Canadian Students Studying Abroad Funded by HRSDC
  • 2. Students’ Participation in any Internationally-based program/experience
    • Exchanges
    • clinical placements
    • Internships
    • co-op placements
    • practica
    • field work
    • faculty led courses
    • volunteer work …
    • for which credit may or may not be granted.
  • 3. Who participates?
    • Postsecondary students currently registered at six Canadian universities and four colleges (600-1000)
    • Academic department heads
    • ILO
    • Employers
    • Public
  • 4. Research Focus
    • Who does and who does not participate in study abroad programs/experiences and why?
    • When posing questions of access, two assumptions underpin the response:
    • Deficit Model Institutional Hegemony
  • 5. Conceptual Framework
    • Transformational Learning
    • (Institutional/Individual)
    • Critical Theory
  • 6. Methodology
    • Web-based Survey
    • Focus Group Interviews
    • Individual Interviews
    • Institutional Histories, policies, plans and leadership
  • 7. Status Report
    • Literature Review
    • Survey Design
    • Public Opinion Poll
    • Ethical Clearance
    • Identification of Participants
    • Release of Survey
    • Public Opinion Poll Carried Out
    • Focus Groups & Individual Interviews
    • Data Analysis
    • Release of Report
  • 8. Seeing Yourself as Researcher
    • The most important element of any study is its design
    • Here is where you can be part of the team
  • 9. Important Questions
    • What are the most important questions that should be asked in this study?
    • Students
    • Your Own as a Professional
    • Your College/University/Institute
    • Our Study Abroad Partners
    • Employers