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References for the At Home in the World Toolkit

December 30, 1899

 

​Bennett, J. M. (2011). Developing Intercultural Competence For International Education Faculty and Staff. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of International Education Administrators. Retrieved from http://www.intercultural.org/documents/competence_handouts.pdf (PDF).

Cortés, C. E. 1998. “Global Education and Multicultural Education: Toward a 21st-Century Intersection. In Intersections: A
 Professional Development Project in Multicultural Education and Global Education, Asian and American Studies
, edited by Leslie Swartz, Linda Warner, and David L. Grossman, 114–133. Boston: The Children’s Museum.

Davis, G. P., and J. Butto. 2010. “At Home in the World: Bridging the Gap Between Diversity/Multicultural Education and Internationalization.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Indianapolis, IN.

Olson, C. L., Evans, R., and R.F. Shoenberg. 2007. At Home in the World: Bridging the Gap Between Internationalization and Multicultural Education. Washington, DC: American Council on Education.

Tierney, W. G. 1988. “Organizational Culture in Higher Education: Defining the Essentials.” The Journal of Higher Education 59, (1): 2–21. 

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