Education Across Borders: What is Appropriate?
|dc.description.abstract||Education Across Borders: What is Appropriate? Presented at the: 1st UK International Education Conference Going Global: The Internationalisation of Education. Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 9 December 2004, By: Sir John Daniel, President & CEO, Commonwealth of Learning. In 8 parts. Parts 1-4- main speech. Part 5 - Conclusion by Sir John Daniel and Response by Professor Timothy O'Shea, Principal and Vice Chancellor, University of Edinburgh. Part 6 - continuation of response by Professor Timothy O'Shea, Principal and Vice Chancellor, University of Edinburgh. Part 7 and 8- Questions and Answers. Duration: Part 1 -9:23 - Part 2-9:30 - Part 3-9:27 - Part 4-9:45 - Part 5-8:52 - Part 6-9:48 - Part 7-9:09 - Part 8-5:30. // All that is a long introduction to my remarks today, which I have entitled Education Across Borders: What is Appropriate? I shall look generally at the question of international education, starting with higher education but then ranging more widely. When I ask, what is appropriate? I mean what is appropriate from a development perspective.||en_US|
|dc.subject||Millennium Development Goals (MDG)||en_US|
|dc.subject||Education for Development|
|dc.title||Education Across Borders: What is Appropriate?||en_US|
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