AIEC 2017 E-posters

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How to address scalability, affordability and accessibility to international learning opportunities
Sally Parrott, RMIT University
Unintended consequences of well-intentioned people: effects of system and process on diverse student mobility
Brook Blahnik, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
50% or bust: achieving mobility targets through cross-campus collaboration and goal-setting
Cara Bonnington, University of Sydney
Promoting cultural diversity in the tertiary education sector: are we achieving anything?
Rameeza Barnes, Swinburne University of Technology; Desma Smith, Swinburne University of Technology
(Away from) Home alone
Fraser Cargill, EduWorld
Gamifying the international student experience through CET’s Student Engagement Program
Robert Chasse, The University of Sydney
Game changer: a student-centred approach to orientation, transition and safety through gamification
Lena Mete, Education Queensland International; Jack Stathis, Education Queensland International
A model of a Japanese niche market and product diversity
Viji Shankar, TAFE NSW Sydney Region
Attracting millennials: social + video = Queensland’s no.1 driver of international students #SummerLifeQLD
Rebecca Hall, Trade & Investment Queensland; Jacqueleen Brown, Trade and Investment Queensland
Beyond the prospect: mapping and integrating end-to-end global student experience
Matthew Lee, RMIT University
Employability training gone digital: building intercultural competence through gamification of information
Nannette Ripmeester, Expertise in Labour Mobility
The International Postgraduate Paediatric Certificate/International Postgraduate Paediatric Nurse Certificate
Kathryn Currow, Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network
Victorian Young Leaders to China Program
Concetta Andreana, Victorian Government Department of Education and Training
Creating employment opportunities for international students in South Australia
Karyn Kent, Education Adelaide
The challenges of developing student-centred pathways programs – re-engineering the engineering diploma at Monash College
Hamid Khattak, Monash College
Fulfilling diverse learner needs: preparing students for university success through a personalised online learning experience
Katherine Olston, University of Sydney Centre for English Teaching
A lesson in opportunity: authentic approaches to internationalisation
Ken Chatterton, Clayton North Primary School
‘The Belt and Road’ promotes new approaches to transnational education for Chinese VET institutions
Xia Tao, Shijiazhuang University of Applied Technology
Effective transnational teaching and learning in Vietnam? The voices of postgraduate students and academics
Annie (Thi My Dung) Truong, Victoria University
Global mobility: the key to student success?
Rebecca Cozens, Griffith University; Amanda Daly , Griffith University