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(Photo above: Handmade Japanese paper exhibition by Kyoko Ibe)





Opportunities for Conference Presentations and Publications


COIL (Collaborative Online International Learning) Conference 2018 (March 16-17, 2018)

The 11th Annual COIL Conference presents best practices and new horizons in collaborative online international learning (COIL).  Highlights this year are student voices about impacts of international learning and action labs for the hands-on building of resources for teaching and learning.    

COIL promotes 21st Century student competencies by connecting classes in different countries through online interactions, developing applied learning environments, and bringing cross-cultural communication into the classroom.

SUNY invites faculty and lecturers, instructional technologists and designers, IT professionals, international education and study abroad leaders, teaching and learning specialists, and anyone interested in innovation in higher education to attend.  The COIL Conference is the premier event in this growing movement and SUNY welcomes participants from diverse backgrounds, professions, and institutions to share their work toward making Global Learning for All a reality.

Conference themes include:

  • Innovative Pedagogy and Practice in COIL Courses
  • Student Voices: Perspectives on International Learning through COIL
  • Tools and Technologies for COIL
  • Connecting Research, Policy and Practice
  • Assessing the Impact of COIL
  • Student Mobility through COIL
  • Evolving COIL: Next Steps and New Horizons

The SUNY COIL Center promotes collaborative international learning by connecting classes between US institutions and universities around the world, bringing international engagement into the curriculum.  More information about the venue, registration, and the Call for Proposals will be available soon at  Special rates are available for SUNY faculty and staff.


CLAC (Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum) Conference (April 12-14, 2018) 



NAFSA: Association of International Educators Annual Conference (May 27 - June 1, 2018) 

Call for Proposal for the Posters ends Dec. 11, 2017. 

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International Perspectives on University Teaching and Learning Symposium (May 30-June1, 2018)

Call for Proposals and Registration Open

Hosted by Auburn University, International Perspectives on University Teaching and Learning brings together a diverse community of teaching and learning professionals, international educators, policy makers, administrators and researchers dedicated to internationalizing teaching in higher education. The symposium is scheduled for May 30- June 1, 2018 at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa in Orlando, Florida.