Leadership in Times of Change: A Handbook for Communication and Media Administrators

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communication educators. Establishing research consortiums and using the Internet are other strategies that can be used to sustain international collaborations.One of the biggest obstacles to international exchanges is finding resources to finance faculty travel and underwrite program development costs. Developing a funding strategy through both private and government sources will be an important component of developing a strategic plan for internationalizing the curriculum. Despite the effort and cost, it is well worth investing creative energy to develop international contacts. Given the nature of our study of improving human communication, communication programs have a special obligation to build bridges with colleagues around the globe to enhance our understanding of human communication.
APPENDIX: AASCU SUGGESTED RESOURCES FOR INTERNATIONALIZING CURRICULA IN HIGHER EDUCATION
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