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11. GENERAL LIBRARY

BOOKS, BOOK CHAPTERS AND REPORTS

Altbach, Philip G. and Patti McGill Petersen, eds. 1999. Higher education in the 21st century: Global challenge and national response. IIE Research Report. Annapolis Junction, MD: Institute of International Education (IIE).


Ambler, Tim and Morgen Witzel. 2004. Doing business in China. London; New York: RoutledgeCurzon.
Anderson, E. 1996. International education in Australia: Historical trends, current developments, and challenges for the future. In Academic mobility in a changing world, ed. P. Blumenthal, P. Goodwin, A. Smith and U. Teichler: 286-299. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Ballard, Brigid and John Clanchy. 1991. Teaching students from overseas: A brief guide for lecturers and supervisors. Melbourne, Vic.: Longman Cheshire.
Barrett, C. T. 2004. Collaborating with offshore partners: A shift in perspective. In Language education in Australian and New Zealand Universities ed. G. Wigglesworth: 142-154. Melbourne, Vic.: University of Melbourne, School of Languages.
Bartlett, Christopher and Sumantra Ghoshal. 1998. Managing Across Borders: McGraw-Hill.
Bray, Richard. 1987. Handbook for Overseas Students. Trevallyn, Tas.: Australian Maritime College.
Brown, R. and E. Dale. 1989. Overseas students: Educational Opportunity and Challenge. Curtin, ACT: The Australian College of Education.
Browne, R. K. and E. C. Dale. 1988. Overseas students: Educational opportunity and challenge. In Australian College of Education International Education Conference:76 p. Melbourne, Vic.: Australian College of Education.
Carmel, Erran. 2005. Chinese Images of the United States, ed Carola McGiffert. Washington, DC; Cambridge: CSIS Press, Center for Strategic and International Studies; Cambridge University Press.
Carroll, J. 2005. 'lightening the load': Teaching in English, learning in English. In Teaching International Students: Improving Learning for all, ed. J. Carroll and J. Ryan: 34-42. London, UK: Routledge.
Carroll, J. 2005. Strategies for becoming more explicit. In Teaching International Students: Improving Learning for all, eds. J. Carroll and J. Ryan: 26-34. London, UK: Routledge.
Catherwood, Vince and Lester Taylor. 2005. Offshore Education Stocktake and Analysis. Wellington, NZ: Education New Zealand.
Chapman, A. and D. Pyvis. 2005. New kinds of education, new kinds of students: Communities of practice in transnational higher education. In Beyond Communities of Practice: Theory as Experience, ed. T. T Stehlik and P. Carden. Flaxton, Qld Post Pressed.
Cobbin, Deirdre, Peter Logan, and Laurence Cox. 1999. Australian Undergraduate Courses in South East Asia: Quality Control, Assessment Standards and Culturally Appropriate Teaching Strategies. Sydney, NSW: Sydney University of Technology.
Cook, C. 2005. Profiling international students: A practical approach to improving student experience and understanding diverse cultures. International Student Advisers Network of Australia.
Curtin, Philip D. 2000. The World and the West: The European Challenge and the Overseas Response in the Age of Empire. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press.
De Fazio, T. 1999. Studying in Australia: A guide for international students. St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
De Veta, G. 2005. Fosterning intercultural learning through multicultural groupwork. In Teaching International Students: Improving Learning for all, ed. J. Carroll and J. Ryan: 75-83. London, UK: Routledge.
Deumert, Ana, Simon Marginson, Chris Nyland, Gaby Ramia, and Erlenawati Sawir. 2005. The social and economic security of international students in Australia: Study of 202 student cases. Melbourne, Vic: Monash Institute for the Study of Global Movements: Monash University.
Doria, C. 2005. The Truth About Being an International Student. South Melbourne, Vic: Globally United.
Dudley, Janice. 1998. Globalization and education policy in Australia. In Universities and Globalization: Critical Perspectives, ed. Jan Currie and Janice Newson. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Duhs, T. and A. Duhs. 1996. Exports of Tertiary Education Services. Brisbane, Qld: Queensland University of Technology, School of Economics and Finance.
Dunn, L. and J. Carroll. 2005. Collaborating and co-learning: Sharing the message on teaching international students within institutions. In Teaching International Students: Improving Learning for all, ed. J. Carroll and J. Ryan: 136-146. London, UK: Routledge.
Dunn, Lee and Michelle Wallace. 2003. Teaching offshore in Asia: Into the unknown. Lismore, NSW: Southern Cross University.
Exley, B. 2001. Teachers' professional knowledge: Tensions within the accounts of offshore instruction. In Designing Educational Research: Theories, Methods and Practices, ed. P. Singh and E. McWilliam: 31-43. Flaxton, Qld: Post Pressed.
Fleming, Anita, Aileen Johnston, and Karen Lewin. 1989. Problems Faced by Overseas Students. Bentley, WA: Curtin University of Technology, School of Social Work.
Fletcher, Richard. 2007. China's reforms and international political economy. ed. David Zweig and Chen Zhimin. Frenchs Forest, NSW. Routledge: Pearson Education Australia.
Gannaway, D., J. Borlagdan, and J. Orrell. 2006. Preparing to Teach a Flinders University Topic Offshore. Adelaide, SA: Flinders University, Staff Development and Training Unit.
Hannan, G. 1995. Going offshore. In Internationalisation of university Art and Design Education: Seminar, Australian National University, ed. D. Williams: 129-137. Canberra, ACT: Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools.
Harman, G. 2005. Internationalization of Australian higher education: A critical review of literature and research. In Internationalizing Higher Education: Critical Explorations of Pedagogy and Policy, ed. P. Ninnes and M. Hellsten: 119-140. Hong Kong: Comparative Education Research Centre, University of Hong Kong.
Harris, Geoff T. and F. G. Jarrett. 1990. Educating overseas students in Australia: Who benefits? Sydney, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
Harris, K. 2006. A comparison between international and Australian students in commerce: Are there implications for teaching? In The Quantitative Analysis of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in Business, Economics and Commerce: Forum Proceedings, ed. M. Davies: 36-48. Melbourne, Vic.: University of Melbourne, Faculty of Economics and Commerce.
Heffernan, T. W. 2002. The Impact of Early Interactions on International Relationship Development Between Australian Universities and Overseas Education Providers. Bathurst, NSW: Charles Sturt University.
Hughes, H. 2004. Researching the experiences of international students. In 3rd International Lifelong Learning Conference: Lifelong Learning: Whose Responsibility and What is Your Contribution? ed. P.A. Danaher, C. Macpherson, F. Nouwens and D. Orr: 168-173. Yeppoon, Qld: Central Queensland University Press.
Knight, J. 2004. Programs, providers and accreditors on the move: Implications for recognition of qualifications. In Improving the Recognition System of Degrees and Study Credit Points: 1-14. Rega, Latvia.
Kostevc, Robert, Baden Offord, and Leon Cantrell. 2004. Teaching across (and into) cultures: Australia/Asia. In Thinking Australian Studies: Teaching Across Cultures, ed. David Carter, Kate Darian-Smith and Gus Worby: 284-303, 381, 395-423. St Lucia, Brisbane, Qld: University of Queensland Press.
Lingard, Robert and Fazal Rizvi. 1998. Globalization, the OECD, and Australian Higher Education. ed. Jan Currie and Janice Newson. Universities and globalization: Critical perspectives. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Makepeace, Eira. 1989. Overseas students: Challenges of institutional adjustment. Birmingham, UK: Standing Conference on Educational Development (SCED).
McBurnie, G. and C. Ziguras. 2007. Transnational Education: Issues and Trends in Offshore Higher Education. New York: Routledge.
McNamara, David. 1998. Overseas students in higher education: Issues in teaching and learning. ed. Carol Traynor Williams. Westport, Conn; London PraegerRoutledge.
National Tertiary Education Union. 2004. Working offshore: NTEU guide for members launched. In Advocate: Newsletter of the National Tertiary Education Union 11, No. 2: 7p.
Noronha-Barrett, J. 2006. The role of the Australian Education international (AEI) and IDP Education Australia (IDP) in the Promotion of Australian Education Abroad. Armidale, NSW: University of New England.
Novera, I. A. 2005. Indonesian Postgraduate Students an Examination of Their Experiences in Academic, Social and Cultural Situations. Hawthorn, Vic.: Swinburne University of Technology.
Peterson, Patti McGill. 1999. Higher education in the 21st century: Global challenge and National Response. Institute of International Education & Boston College Center for International Higher Education.
Robinson, C. 2004. Universitas 21: A network for international higher education. In Consortia: International Networking Alliances of Universities, ed. D.C.B. Teather: 178-190. Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne University Publishing.
Ryan, J. and J. Carroll. 2005. 'Canaries in the coalmine': International students in western universities. In Teaching international students: Improving learning for all, ed. J. Carroll and J. Ryan: 3-10. London: Routledge.
Ryan, J. and S. Hellmundt. 2005. Maximising international students' 'cultural capital'. In Teaching international students: Improving learning for all, ed. J. Carroll and J. Ryan. London: Routledge.
Ryan, Yoni. 1999. Supervising Postgraduates From non-English Speaking Backgrounds. ed. Ortrun Zuber-Skerritt. Buckingham, UK; Philadelphia: Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press.
Sillitoe, James and Christabel Zhang. 2000. Academic Support Programs for International Students at Victoria University. Victoria University of Technology: School of Applied Economics.
Singh, P. 2004. Offshore Australian higher education: A case study of pedagogic work in Indonesia. In Disrupting Preconceptions. Postcolonialism and Education, ed. Hickling-Hudson A., J. Matthews and A. Woods: 211-233. Flaxton: PostPressed.
Teather, D. C. B., ed. 2004. Consortia: International networking alliances of universities. Carlton, Vic: Melbourne University Publishing.
Widdows, Janet, Monica Jalloq, and Lesley Knaggs. 1992. Postgraduate Study and Research: A Guide to Higher Degree Study and Financial Support at Home and Overseas. Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services Graduate Careers Information Booklets. Special interest series. Manchester. UK: CSU Publications.
Yang, R. and W. Yao. 2007. Whose knowledge counts?: A case study of a joint MBA programme between Australia and China. In Educating the global workforce: Knowledge, knowledge work and knowledge workers, ed. L. Farrell and T. Fenwick: 41-53. London: Routledge.


ARTICLES

Allport, Carolyn. 2007. Taking stock of the international project: Are we moving in the right direction? In Higher Education and the 2007 Federal Election: Global Market and Local Policy. Melbourne, Vic.: National Tertiary Education Union.


Altbach, Philip G. 1989. Twisted roots: The western impact on Asian higher education. Higher Education 18, No. 1: 9-29.
Altbach, Philip G. 1990. The Pacific Rim: A growing force in the global community. The Educational Record 71, No. 2: 42.
Altbach, Philip G. 1995. The pros and cons of hiring 'taxicab' professors. The Chronicle of Higher Education 41, No. 17: B3.
Altbach, Philip G. 1998. Comparative perspectives on higher education for the twenty-first century. Higher Education Policy 11, No. 4: 347-356.
Altbach, Philip G. 1999. Survival of the fittest. Change 31, No. 3: 47.
Altbach, Philip G. 2000. The crisis in multinational higher education. Change 32, No. 6: 28.
Altbach, Philip G. 2001. Why higher education is not a global commodity. The Chronicle of Higher Education 47, No. 35: B20.
Altbach, Philip G. 2002. Resource review: Perspectives on international higher education. Change 34, No. 3: 29.
Altbach, Philip G. 2004. Higher education crosses borders. Change 36, No. 2: 18.
Altbach, Philip G. 2007. Fostering Asia's brightest. Far Eastern Economic Review 170, No. 1: 53.
Altbach, Philip. G. 1999. Globalizing higher education: Buyers beware. Christian Science Monitor, 11.
Arambewela, R. A., J. Hall, and S. Zuhair. 2005. Postgraduate international students from Asia: Factors influencing satisfaction. Journal of Marketing for Higher Education 15, No. 2: 105-127.
Arkoudis, Sophie and L. T. Tran. 2007. International students in Australia: Read ten thousand volumes of books and walk ten thousand miles. Asia Pacific Journal of Education 27, No. 2: 157-169.
Armitage, Catherine. 2007. Cost, rivals force offshore reversal. The Australian, 27 June 2007.
Asia, Channel News. 2007. Were high fees a factor for UNSW Asia not meeting its enrolment numbers? Channel News Asia, 23 May 2007.
Asmar, Christine. 2005. Internationalising students: Reassessing diasporic and local student difference. Studies in Higher Education 30, No. 3: 291-309.
Banks, Melissa and Grant McBurnie. 1999. Embarking on an educational journey-the establishment of the first foreign full university campus in Malaysia under the 1996 education acts: A Malaysian-Australian case study. Higher Education in Europe 24, No. 2: 265 - 272.
Barker, D. 2002. Beyond Australia and the Pacific Rim: Challenges for the internationalization of Australian legal education. Penn State International Law Review 21, No. 1: 75-87.
Barker, M. and L. Habermann. 2007. Global strategies for international education providers in Australia: A case study of tropical North Queensland TAFE. International Journal of Training Research 5, No. 1: 21-38.
Barron, D. and M. Zeegers. 2006. Subjects of western education: Discursive practices in western postgraduate studies and the construction of international student subjectivities. Australian Educational Researcher 33, No. 2: 77-96.
Barrow, Clyde W. 1996. The strategy of selective excellence: Redesigning higher education for global competition in a post-industrial society. Higher Education 31, No. 4: 447-469.
Bayley, Scott, Rob Fernside, John Arnol, John Misiano, Rocco Rottura, and Pam Williams. 2002. International students in Victorian universities. Evaluation Journal of Australasia 2 (new series), No. 1: 58-61.
Bessant, Judith. 2004. Legal issues in higher education and the trade practices act. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 26, No. 2: 251-263.
Biggs, John. 1998. Learning from the Confucian heritage: So size doesn't matter? International Journal of Educational Research 29, No. 8: 723-738.
Birrell, Bob. 2006. Implications of low English standards among overseas students at Australian universities. People and Place 14, No. 4: 53-64.
Brunold, Andreas Otto. 2006. The United Nations decade of education for sustainable development, its consequences for international political education, and the concept of global learning. International Education Journal 7, No. 3: 222-234.
Butcher, Andrew and Terry McGrath. 2004. International students in New Zealand: Needs and responses. In International Education Journal 5, No. 4: 540-551.
Butcher, Andrew. 2004. Quality care?: Export education policies in New Zealand from 1999 to 2002. In ACCESS: Critical Perspectives on Communication, Cultural and Policy Studies 23, No. 2: 21-31.
Cadman, Kate. 1997. Thesis writing for international students: A question of identity? English for Specific Purposes 16, No. 1: 3-14.
Cadman, Kate. 2000. ‘Voices in the air': Evaluations of the learning experiences of international postgraduates and their supervisors. In Teaching in Higher Education 5, No. 4: 475-491.
Cannon, R. 2000. The outcomes of an international education for Indonesian graduates: The third place? In Higher Education Research and Development 19, No. 3: 357-379.
Castle, R. and D. Kelly. 2004. International education: Quality assurance and standards in offshore teaching: Exemplars and problems. In Quality in Higher Education 10, No. 1: 51-57.
Chalmers, Denise and Simone Volet. 1997. Common misconceptions about students from south-east Asia studying in Australia. In Higher Education Research & Development 16, No. 1: 87-99.
ChannelNewsAsia. 20 January, 2007. University of New South Wales Asia Opens Officially in Singapore.
ChannelNewsAsia. 2007. University of New South Wales Singapore Campus to shut in June.
Cheung, Peter P. T. 2006. Filleting the transnational education steak. In Quality in Higher Education 12, No. 3: 283-285.
Choi, Myonghee. 1997. Korean students in Australian universities: Intercultural issues. In Higher Education Research and Development 16, No. 3: 263 - 282.
Cieslik, Jerzy. 1982. Transnational corporations and education: Current issues and prospects. International Review of Education / Internationale Zeitschrift fur Erziehungswissenschaft / Revue Internationale de l'Education 28, No. 4: 457-467.
Clarke, Marguerite. 2005. Quality assessment lessons from Australia and New Zealand. Higher Education in Europe 30, No. 2: 183-197.
Coleman, D. 2003. Quality assurance in transnational education. In Journal of Studies in International Education 7, No. 4: 354-378.
Craft, Maurice, Ronnie Carr, and Yvonne Fung. 1998. Internationalisation and distance education: A Hong Kong case study. In International Journal of Educational Development 18, No. 6: 467-472.
Crosling, G. 1996. International students writing in English: Improvement through transition? In Prospect 11, No. 1: 50-57.
Cummings, William K. 1984. Going overseas for higher education: The Asian experience. In Comparative Education Review 28, No. 2: 241-257.
Darmanegara, Arief. 2001. The growing world of international education in Australia. In Multicultural Media Summary, 30 March 2001.
Darrup-Boychuck, Cheryl. 2007. Measuring return on investment in international student recruitment. In International Educator 16, No. 3: 64-68.
Debowski, S. 2005. Across the divide: Teaching a transnational MBA in a second language. In Higher Education Research and Development 24, No. 3: 265-280.
Deumert, A., S. Marginson, C. Nyland, G. Ramia, and E. Sawir. 2005. Global migration and social protection rights: The social and economic security of cross-border students in Australia. In Global Social Policy 5, No. 3: 329-352.
Devos, Anita. 2003. Academic standards, internationalisation, and the discursive construction of 'the international student'. In Higher Education Research and Development 22, No. 2: 155-166.
Dixon, K. and S. Scott. 2003. The evaluation of an offshore professional-development programme as part of a university's strategic plan: A case study approach. In Quality in Higher Education 9, No. 3: 287-294.
Douglass, John Aubrey. 2007. The global higher education race. In International Higher Education 49.
Dunn, L. and M. Wallace. 2004. Australian academics teaching in Singapore: Striving for cultural empathy. In Innovations in Education and Teaching International 41, No. 3: 291-304.
Dunn, L. and M. Wallace. 2006. Australian academics and transnational teaching: An exploratory study of their preparedness and experiences. In Higher Education Research and Development 25, No. 4: 357-369.
Dunstan, Paula. 2002. Foreign students: Who cares? [adequacy of university support services for international students queried following Monash university shooting]. The Australian, 6 November 2002, 28.
Edgeworth, K. and J. Eiseman. 2007. Going bush: International student perspectives on living and studying at an Australian rural university campus. In Journal of Research in Rural Education 22, No. 9.
Eliott, Kevin, M. and Margaret A. Healy. 2001. A scale for measuring student perceptions of quality: An Australian Asian perspective. In Journal of Marketing for Higher Education 10, No. 4: 1-41.
Erdinc, Zeynep. 2002. Australia online; borderless university. In Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education 3, No. 4: n.p.
Evans, Catrin. 2007. The experience of international doctoral education in nursing: An exploratory survey of staff and international nursing students in a British university. In Nurse Education Today 27: 499-505.
Feast, Vicki and Tracey Bretag. 2005. Responding to crises in transnational education: New challenges for higher education. In Higher Education Research and Development 24, No. 1: 63 - 78.
Fion Lim, C.B. 2007. Quality assurance of Australian offshore education: The complexity and possible frameworks for understanding the issues. Post-Script: Postgraduate Journal of Education Research 8, No. 1: 19-36.
Fitch, K. and A. Surma. 2006. The challenges of international education: Developing a public relations unit for the Asian region. In Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice 3, No. 2: 104-113.
Forbes, Linda and John Hamilton. 2004. Building an international student market: Educational-balanced scorecard for regional Australian cities. In International Education Journal 5, No. 4: 502-520.
Galvin, P. 2004. Success with off-shore DBAs: Experiences from Hong Kong and Thailand. In International Journal of Organisational Behaviour 7, No. 7: 431-439.
Gamage, David. 2000. Australian higher education: Current issues and policy directions. In International Higher Education, No. Fall 2000.
Gibson, E. 2005. The development of career services for international students. In Australian Journal of Career Development 14, No. 2: 19-23.
Grebennikov, L. and I. Skaines. 2006. Comparative analysis of student surveys on international student experience in higher education. In Journal of Institutional Research 13, No. 1: 97-116.
Green, Wendy. 2007. Write on or write off? An exploration of Asian international students' approaches to essay writing at an Australian university. In Higher Education Research and Development 26, No. 3: 329-344.
Grey, Marianne. 2002. Drawing with difference: Challenges faced by international students in an undergraduate business degree. In Teaching in Higher Education 7, No. 2: 153-166.
Gribble, K. and C. Ziguras. 2003. Learning to teach offshore: Pre-departure training for lecturers in transnational programs. In Higher Education Research and Development 22, No. 2: 205-216.
Harman, Grant. 2004. New directions in internationalizing higher education: Australia's development as an exporter of higher education services. In Higher Education Policy 17, No. 1: 101.
Hartnett, Neil, Jennifer Romcke, and Christine Yap. 2004. Student performance in tertiary-level accounting: An international student focus. In Accounting & Finance 44, No. 2: 163 - 185.
Hawthorne, Lesleyanne, I. Harry Minas, and Bruce Singh. 2004. A case study in the globalization of medical education: Assisting overseas-born students at the University of Melbourne. In Medical Teacher 26, No. 2: 150-159.
Heffernan, Troy and David Poole. 2004. "Catch me I'm falling": Key factors in the deterioration of offshore education partnerships. In Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 26, No. 1: 75-90.
Heffernan, Troy and David Poole. 2005. In search of "The vibe": Creating effective international education partnerships. In Higher Education 50: 223-245.
Hemsley-Brown, Jane and Shivonne Goonawardana. 2007. Brand harmonization in the international higher education market. In Journal of Business Research 60, No. 9: 942-948.
Houston, Don and Ahmed Ali Maniku. 2005. Systems perspectives on external quality assurance: Implications for micro-states. In Quality in Higher Education 11, No. 3: 213-226.
Huang, F. 2003. Transnational higher education: A perspective from China. In Higher Education Research and Development 22, No. 2: 193-203.
Huang, Futao. 2003. Policy and practice of the internationalization of higher education in China. In Journal of Studies in International Education 7, No. 3: 225-240.
Jackson, J. 2006. Regulation of international education: Australia and New Zealand. In Australia and New Zealand Journal of Law and Education 10, No. 2: 67-82.
Jones, Glenn R. 2001. Bridging the challenges of transnational education and accreditation. In European Journal of Education 26, No. 1: 107-116.
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Kristoffersen, Dorte and Tobias Lindeberg. 2004. Creating quality assurance and international transparency for quality assurance agencies: The case of mutual recognition. In Quality in Higher Education 10, No. 1: 31 - 36.
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McBurnie, Grant. 2000. Quality matters in transnational education: Undergoing the gate review process. An Australan-Asian case study. In Journal of Studies in International Education 4, No. 1: 23-38.
McBurnie, Grant. 2006. "Leveraged footprints", "Dark clouds" And "Bleeding millions": Perspectives on Australian universities' offshore campuses. Perspectives in Education 24, No. 4: 57-68.
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