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  1. Pre-workshop online survey n=21

  2. How long have you been working in internationalization-related positions in education? • Option 1: Less than 1 yr • Option 2: 1-2 yrs • Option 3: 3-5 yrs • Option 4: 6-9 yrs • Option 5: 10 yrs or more

  3. Are you working part- or full-time? • Option 1: Part-time worker • Option 2: Full-time worker

  4. Which of the following categories describes your role at your institution? • Option 1: Staff (study abroad) • Option 2: Staff (departmental) • Option 3: Faculty (departmental) • Option 4: Faculty (study abroad) • Option 5: Professional/Administrative • (departmental) • Option 6: Professional/Administrative • (study abroad) • Option 7: Other

  5. What do you understand by the term ‘internationaliz-ation’ in the context of education? • ▪ Global perspectives (12 references) • ▪ Mutual or cultural understandings (8 • references) • ▪ International perspectives (6 references) • ▪ Student mobility (5 references) • ▪ Strategic approaches (3 references) • ▪ Comparative studies (2 references) • ▪ Interdisciplinary (2 references) • ▪ Jane Knight's work (2 references) • ▪ Joint courses or programs (2 references) • ▪ Staff mobility (2 references) • ▪ Whole-of-university approach (2 references) • ▪ Cultural diversity (1 reference) • ▪ Support for international students (1 reference) • ▪ Language courses (1 reference) • ▪ Policy & procedures (1 reference)

  6. What do you understand by the term ‘curriculum’? • ▪ Content (5 references) • ▪ Course delivery (5 references) • ▪ Program (degree) (4 references) • ▪ Academic goals (1 reference) • ▪ Classroom learning (1 reference) • ▪ Co-curricular learning (1 reference) • ▪ Course materials (1 reference) • ▪ Course requirements (1 reference) • ▪ Review of T&L (1 reference) • ▪ Different modes of learning (e.g. F2F, online etc) (1 reference) • ▪ Documentation (1 reference) • ▪ Explicit curriculum (1 reference) • ▪ Extra-curricular learning (1 reference) • ▪ Specific learning outcomes (1 reference) • ▪ Implicit curriculum (1 reference) Teaching (1 reference) • ▪ Instruction (1 reference) • ▪ Learning experiences (1 reference) • ▪ Process, content and context (1 reference)

  7. List up to three main challenges you face in your work to internationalize the curriculum • ▪Overworked faculty (5 references) • ▪ Resistant faculty (3 references) • ▪ Lack of funding (3 references) • ▪ Lack of common understandings (2 references) • ▪ Lack of influence (2 references) • ▪ Language barriers (2 references) • ▪ Students' lack of cultural awareness (2 references) • ▪ Mixing local & inat students (2 references) • ▪ Uni staff resist interacting with inat students (1 reference) • ▪ Administrative resistance (1 reference) • ▪ Attracting inatstudents (1 reference) • ▪ Disinterested faculty (1 reference) • ▪ Homogenous (local) student population (1 reference) • ▪ Lack of exemplars (1 reference) • ▪ No unit 'owns or drives this‘ (1 reference) ▪ Few inat students (1 reference) • ▪ Slow uptake from faculty (1 reference) ▪ Sorry! Syllabus already full (1 reference)