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Madison College students in France.

solutions for a wide range of requests and
concerns we've put forward," de Wit says,
and adds, "Good providers can relieve a
lot of the liability concerns that community colleges have, and can simplify many
of the administrative challenges too-by
suggesting cost-effective program sites and
itineraries, accepting payment directly from

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students, facilitating payments to faculty,
and helping with marketing efforts."

Institutional and Academic
Benefits of Education Abroad
According to de Wit, at CCBC, faculty-led
study abroad has created new opportunities for collaboration across programs and
campuses, as faculty work together to offer
programs that are open to more than one
discipline, increasing the likelihood that a
program will run. "A common university
model for academics in faculty-led programs
is to offer a special course section that is open
only to travelers, but this model tends to be
less successful at many community colleges,
where the pool of prospective participants
is typically smaller." One strategy CCBC has
used is to design a short-term travel program
with content that relates to at least two or
three analogous courses and sometimes even
different disciplines. "Then we make the travel
component an option for students in those
regular, open-enrollment courses. That way,
we don't need to worry about filling courses-
only about filling the travel program." At the
same time, with multiple course options, they
increase the pool of prospective travel participants. "Scheduling the travel to take place just
after the end of a fall or spring semester, or
during spring break, means that students' in-

MADISON COLLEGE

needs to pay it." He adds, "A fully paid program can provide additional incentive for
faculty participation: a faculty leader who
works extremely hard on such programs
should not have to pay their own way." 
Working strategically with providers is
another way to build program offerings.
According to Laura Pierce Weldon, associate vice president for custom programs at
International Studies Abroad, "Faculty-led
programs are a particularly good fit for community colleges, as they can be shorter, and
can be customized to create lower-cost programs." She adds, "Providers can help faculty
by sharing their expertise in a given program
location, as well as in program development.
Community colleges can also plug into existing programming. The 'plug & play' model
allows faculty to rotate in and out, so that a
sustainable program can be created, and academic integrity can be maintained. Providers
can also help make collaboration between
community colleges easier, because there is a
central entity coordinating things, so that one
college isn't shouldering the responsibility."
"ISA has been a wonderful partner both
for CCBC and MCCIEC, finding creative



Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of International Educator - November/December 2016

From the Editor
In Brief
Voices
Act Globally
Tradition and History
Health and Insurance
Education Abroad
International Enrollment
View From Out Here
In Focus
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International Educator - November/December 2016 - Cover2
International Educator - November/December 2016 - 1
International Educator - November/December 2016 - From the Editor
International Educator - November/December 2016 - 3
International Educator - November/December 2016 - In Brief
International Educator - November/December 2016 - 5
International Educator - November/December 2016 - 6
International Educator - November/December 2016 - 7
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International Educator - November/December 2016 - 10
International Educator - November/December 2016 - 11
International Educator - November/December 2016 - Voices
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International Educator - November/December 2016 - Act Globally
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International Educator - November/December 2016 - Tradition and History
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International Educator - November/December 2016 - Health and Insurance
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International Educator - November/December 2016 - Education Abroad
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International Educator - November/December 2016 - International Enrollment
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International Educator - November/December 2016 - View From Out Here
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