Book Review: Education Abroad: Bridging Scholarship and Practice by Anthony C. Ogden, Bernhard Streitwieser, and Christof Van Mol
In Education Abroad: Bridging Scholarship and Practice, co-editors Anthony C. Ogden, Bernhard Streitwieser, and Christof Van Mol set out to create a helpful desktop reference for new professionals and emerging scholars of international higher education. The purpose of the book is to synthesize existing research in the growing field of education abroad into one place and to set directions for future research. The book analyzes five key topics: participation, programming, student outcomes, institutional outcomes, and societal outcomes. Each topic is divided into subtopics, identifying for each subtopic existing literature, implications for practice, and areas of needed further study. As relative newcomers to the field of international education ourselves, we overall found it to be approachable and accessible.
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