Peter Galambos, Mark Weaver, Stan Kamzol, Edwin van den Berg, and Amira EL Masri
During the winter 2021 semester, two pilot Collaborative Online International Learning(COIL) courses were conducted within Sheridan - one within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (FHASS) and the other within Pilon School of Business (PSB). This webinar aims to capitalize on the knowledge gained by our Sheridan
Eva Haug, Osvaldo Succi, Genevieve Amaral, and Amira El Masri
Calling all Sheridan administrators, coordinators, and leadership teams to join Sheridan’s COIL Consultants in a discussion on COIL as a tool for internationalization at home and its alignment with Sheridan’s internationalization strategic approach. During the webinar, participants will be able to recognize and list COIL stakeholders, identify resources needed to
Eva Haug, Osvaldo Succi, Genevieve Amaral, and Amira EL Masri
This three-hour workshop is for faculty and staff members interested in introducing COIL design elements to their courses/programs in collaboration with a partner. Participants will be introduced to COIL project partnership, components, and sequence, identify intercultural learning outcomes, incorporate intercultural learning, address linguistic and technological issues, and design interdisciplinary projects.
Jon Rubin, Eva Haug, Osvaldo Succi, and Amira El Masri
COIL is a project-based methodology for providing students with collaboratively developed, co-taught intercultural learning experiences. It connects two (or more) classrooms across the globe virtually where two course instructors collaborate in offering a course, or a module within a course, and students from the two institutions work on collaborative projects.