Forum on Education Abroad: London Event

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Forum on Education Abroad Events

Standards of Good Practice Workshop to be Offered in London

The Forum will offer its signature workshop, “An Introduction to the Forum's Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad,” on Monday, December 7, 2009, 9:00am – Noon, at the Foundation for International Education (FIE), 114 Cromwell Road, London, U.K. The purpose of this workshop is to provide an overview of the Forum’s Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad. It is ideally suited both for those unfamiliar with the Standards, as well as for colleagues who want to delve more deeply into how to use them for program development, assessment and improvement. The workshop will examine the philosophy and purpose of the Standards and their use as a tool for program assessment and improvement. Workshop activities will include an analysis of case studies that illustrate how the Standards are a useful tool for assessment and improvement of education abroad programs. The Standards are recognized as the definitive means for guiding education abroad programs. For more information on the workshop, including how to register:

Webinar on Education Abroad Financial
Best Practices

The Forum is pleased to offer a specially-designed webinar, Best Practices at Work: Demystifying Education Abroad Finances, that will examine and discuss best practices in education abroad financial management based on the Forum’s Standards of Good Practice for Education Abroad and The Code of Ethics for Education Abroad. The webinar presents essential concepts in education abroad finances and is also excellent preparation for a more extended treatment on the topic that will be offered in a workshop at the Forum Annual Conference, “The Vision and Value Behind the Dollar Sign: Financial Models for Education Abroad.”

Date/Time: Wednesday, December 16th, 1pm – 2:15pm
Webinar Leaders: Joe Brockington, Kalamazoo College
Michael Morrison, Baylor University;
Chair, Forum Ethics Sub-Committee

For more information about the webinar, including how to register: