Credit Recognition: A Guide

Naomi Collins and Barbara Turlington
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Naomi Collins and Barbara Turlington CONAHEC conference proceedings Full academic recognition of studies and internships undertaken overseas is often viewed as a major barrier to higher education interchange. This presentation reports on successful approaches to credit recognition based on an American Council on Education (ACE) study of FIPSE-funded consortial exchanges with North American and European countries. Presenters will preview ACE’s forthcoming publication "Where Credit Is Due: Approaches to Course and Credit Recognition Across Borders in U.S. Higher Education Institutions."

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CONAHEC's 8th North American Higher Education Conference - Calgary 2002
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Join leaders and practitioners of higher education, business, government and students in Calgary, Canada for the VIII North American Higher Education Conference. Conference participants will work together to shape the collaborative agenda in North American higher education. We will review the outcomes of past efforts since "Wingspread", the first trinational education gathering in 1992. We will then develop strategies to meet the challenges we must overcome in the next decade.