USJP HEES Findings - Virtual Exchange/COIL

​A growing number of U.S. and Japanese higher education partnerships are seeking new ways to provide students with global competencies that compliment traditional forms of physical mobility and academic exchange. This has led to a dramatic increase of interest in virtual exchange, including one of its most comprehensive forms, Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL). COIL involves the development and use of teaching approaches to foster online student and faculty collaboration. It links students and classrooms around the world through co-taught multicultural and blended online course work. Download the fact sheet to learn more (PDF).


​The Data

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About the Study
About the Study
Learn more about the USJP HEES methodology, sponsors, and partners.
Study Resources
Study Resources
USJP HEES categorizes aggregated data shared by intermediary actors who play an important role in academic exchange, research, and workforce development between U.S. and Japanese higher education institutional partnerships.
Study Recommendations
Study Recommendations
Based on the Study’s findings, USJP HEES offers recommendations for strengthening U.S.-Japan bilateral activities for higher education institutions, policy-makers, businesses and other stakeholders.