Globalising teaching and learning in Indigenous Studies

Globalisation is the most dominant feature of life in the 21st century. Its influence is both ubiquitous and unrelenting. In this dynamic and even tumultuous time, higher education has not been spared globalisation’s inexorable advance. The unprecedented pace of international student mobility, the rise in dual and joint degrees among tertiary institutions around the world, the increasing collaboration of scholars across national borders and the overwhelming role of English in the rankings of universities and frequently cited research publications are just a few of the examples that show globalisation’s impact on higher education.

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