You are essential to Lipscomb University's increasing number of global learning experiences! Leading a global program requires more time and effort than an average course on campus but the rewards are invaluable. We look forward to partnering with you in this endeavor and hope these resources will be a practical preparation guide for the various stages of program leadership from program proposal to marketing and all the way through to final evaluation.
To hear more from your peers, check out the following BLOGs from professors-in-residence during spring 2014.
- Jim Arnett, Vienna: Musings of a Three-time Wiener
- Lee Camp, Santiago: "The world is a book..."
- Christin Shatzer, Bath: Reaching Far and Wide from Bath
Many universities have found 15-18 months in advance is the optimal time to prepare for a new global course. If we can be of assistance in your departmental strategy for global courses, please do not hesitate to ask.
Proposal - Submit the attached proposal to the Director of Global Learning to start the process.