Global Higher Education During COVID-19: Policy, Society, and Technology explores the impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) for global mobility in the field of international higher education. Specifically, this book responds to the growing need for new insights and perspectives to improve higher education policy and practice in the era of COVID-19.
Joshua S. McKeown is Associate Provost for International Education & Programs at SUNY Oswego and International Education Leadership Fellow at the University at Albany, USA.
Krishna Bista is Professor of Higher Education in the Department of Advanced Studies, Leadership and Policy at Morgan State University, Maryland, USA.
Roy Y. Chan is Assistant Professor of Education and Director of the Doctor of Education (EdD) program in Leadership and Professional Practice in the Helen DeVos College of Education at Lee University, Tennessee, USA.
Dr. KS Adeyemo, Senior Lecturer, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Global Higher Education During COVID-19: Policy, Society, and Technology is a highly recommended resource for higher education institution policymakers and educators around the globe. Not only does this book provide invaluable insights from higher education institution policymakers, educators, and students during the COVID-19 pandemic, but it also offers useful suggestions on dealing with possible challenges and seeking opportunities in future higher education.
Dr. Misty So-Sum Wai-Cook, Centre for English Language Studies, National University of Singapore
It’s a timely book reporting the most recent responses of international higher education across the world during the Covid-19 pandemic. Besides providing the theoretical contributions, the book also offers practical implications for stakeholders, including policymakers, education managers and practitioners, international students, and parents.
Dr. Hiep Pham, Director, Center for Research and Practice on Education, Phu Xuan University, Vietnam
Global Higher Education During COVID-19: Policy, Society, and Technology is timely and relevant providing a critically engaged reflective account of geographically diverse higher education institutions’ response and practice during the COVID-19 pandemic. This book illuminates some of the current impediments to higher education internationalization within the context of COVID-19 and provides insights into shared learning experiences that address new challenges to internationalization imposed by the pandemic. A must-read for international higher education specialists, practitioners, scholars, and researchers.
Dr. Tasmeera Singh, Advisor, International Office, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
A worldwide phenomenon: Strategies and inspiration to address the challenges and opportunities for the new normal in the field of global higher education. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
Dr. Daisy Kee Mui Hung, Associate Professor, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
The movement of people across borders furthered the spread of Covid-19. This inevitably impacted international higher education, which although not reducible to student mobility is its primary form. Global Higher Education during COVID-19: Policy, Society, and Technology is, therefore, a timely edited collection that begins to unpack the multifaceted impact the pandemic has had on higher education worldwide. It adds to the growing conversation on reimagining higher education. The collection will be valuable to current and future scholars of higher education, offering an important snapshot of policy and practice during the pandemic.
Dr. Will Brehm, Lecturer of Education and International Development, UCL Institute of Education, UK
With the COVID-19 crisis having upended higher education around the world, this timely book provides a deep and much-needed analysis of the roles and responsibilities of universities going forward. It sheds light not only on the shared challenges countries have faced, but also reveals how the impact of the pandemic has varied in important ways across countries.
Dr. Rajika Bhandari, Author/Advisor, STAR Scholar Network, USA
This book presents a comprehensive and rigorous worldwide account of Covid-19 impact, challenges and new opportunities. It stands out as a ground-breaking valuable companion for all those involved in the future of internationalization in higher education.
Dr. Elena de Prada Creo, Vice Dean for International Affairs, Facultad de CC. Empresariales y Turismo, Spain
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