Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Recently Items Shared on IHEC Blog’s Facebook Page & on Twitter & via Google Reader

I try to post daily (Monday-Friday) to IHEC Blog, every other week or so to my new International Higher Education Consulting site (more on this in a future post!) and multiple times daily to IHEC Blog’s Facebook page, Twitter and my Google Reader.  Here is a sampling of recent items you may find of interest that I shared in these in these new media spaces:

IHEC Blog Facebook Page can be accessed at http://tinyurl.com/IHECBlogFacebook


New study abroad blog by API now on the scene at http://www.academicintl.com/blog/


Free e-book "We'll Always Have Paris: American Tourists in France since 1930" by UChicago Press for Aug. only at http://bit.ly/3GIUWK (also shared to SECUSS-L community & other new media networks)


Student Affairs Gains a Global Hub at http://fb.me/ErxU8jeI (via @DAADnewyork on Twitter)


Senate exchange appropriation examined in detail via the Alliance at http://bit.ly/bUFfTh


"Seeing Exchanges In Action in Mexico City" by Ann Stock, Assistant Secretary for Educational and Cultural Affairs, on DipNote at http://bit.ly/cN7FAr. Ann Stock is also on Twitter at @AnnatState


 ‎"International student numbers rise in New Zealand" via China Daily at http://bit.ly/diAyLr


Good information for international educators ~ "Are you 7 characters short of helping people find your information?" at http://bit.ly/aaLvdH (via @ManitouHeights opn Twitter)


The Observatory on Borderless Higher Education is transferring to the International Graduate Insight Group Ltd. on 2 August. More information and the press release are available at http://www.i-graduate.org/obhe/index.htm


Very interesting article in the Washington Post from Monday ~ "After Africa, some Baltimore youths soar while others struggle" at http://ht.ly/2hM77 (via @HalonaBlack on Twitter)


International Education Week 2010 Facebook page is now available at www.facebook.com/internationaledweek. IEW 2010 website will launch later this summer.


[Glee Spoiler Alert] - An exchange student joins the Glee Club in the 2nd season (http://bit.ly/bOmPGj)


Twitter can be accessed at http://twitter.com/DavidComp


College Students Advised Not to Study Abroad in Mexico [Nebraska] CBS 3 Omaha video report at http://bit.ly/bc1VHN


Free Poster: Study Abroad - Open the World from @MobilityINTL at http://bit.ly/cmmWlF


August 12, 2010: Free @FulbrightPrgrm Webinar for U.S. Students with Disabilities at http://bit.ly/bMVvFm


 The Globalization Of Higher Education - Forbes.com http://bit.ly/duT8mU (RT of @igraduate)

NCDE August News and Resources - http://eepurl.com/MMUX (RT of @MobilityINTL)

"Eight Years of the Mayo International Health Program: What an International Elective Adds to Resident Education" at http://bit.ly/bQdSJX

Highlights from #Iraq #exchange students at VCU http://ow.ly/2i4N6. Interesting work w @VCUPR @AEDOrg @connectrichmond (via @richmonddotcom) (RT of @jpscasteras)

Shared Items via Google Reader can be accessed at http://www.google.com/reader/shared/international.ed.consulting


Exchange programs inspire new generation of Iraqi leaders (via World Learning Now) 


UK immigration: 300,000 a year let in on student visas (via FIE Professional Development)


CBS on Parents and Study Abroad (via Abroad101: Welcome Abroad)


Reforming Smith-Mundt: Making American Public Diplomacy Safe for Americans (via www.MountainRunner.us)


AnnatState: ECA helps to host 115 youth from 46 African nations for President's Forum with Young African Leaders this week http://go.usa.gov/Oh3 (via Twitter / AnnatState)


U.S. Educational Exchange Programs Continue to Produce World Leaders (via NAFSA Blog)


  1. Thanks for mentioning the APIstudyabroad blog!

  2. @APIstudyabroad ~ My pleasure. Really liking the new blog!