Internationalization at Home (IaH) in living-learning contexts

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Kooi Cheng Lee Swee Kit Alan Soong Andi Sudjana Putra


Internationalisation has been associated with the cultivation of global competencies. However, there have also been contentions about inclusivity, accessibility and mobility, and that it may privilege some. This reflective piece attempts to respond to these tensions through a description of, and reflection on, the effectiveness of two Internationalisation at Home (IaH) initiatives. It focuses on informal curricula in living-learning contexts where literature and concrete examples are scanty. Drawing on the learning points, it shares thoughts about the need for critical mass, whole university experience, and intentionality.

Keywords: Global citizenry, Internationalization at Home (IaH), Internationalisation, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

How to cite this article: Lee, K.C., Soong, S.K.A. & Putra, A.S. 2021. Internationalization at Home (IaH) in Living-learning contexts. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in the South. 5(1): 129-138. DOI: 10.36615/sotls.v5i1.164.

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