The Forum on Education Abroad is committed to developing and promoting standards of good practice for the field of education abroad. The ultimate goal of the standards is to improve practices in education abroad, so that students’ international educational experiences are as rich and meaningful as possible. Click links below to access the Standards documents:
The Guide to Successful Short-Term Programs Abroad, Edited by Sarah E. Spencer and Kathy Tuma. NAFSA Publication. 2007.
Education Abroad Faculty Toolkit
- This toolkit has been developed to be used primarily by faculty to aid in the development and implementation of embedded programs (i.e. international components to a course taught on campus), but it also includes helpful information for faculty developing a global seminar where the whole course is taught abroad. Developed by Duarte Morais, PhD, Anthony C. Ogden, PhD, and Christine Buzinde, PhD at University of Kentucky.
Faculty-led 360 Guide to Successful Study Abroad, Melanie McCallon and Bill Holmes, Agapy LLC. 2010.
- This publication helps universities and their faculty develop, market, and lead successful study abroad programs. Bill Holmes, director of International Education at Campbellsville University, and Melanie McCallon, associate director for Education Abroad at Murray State University, are the authors. They discuss the challenges, opportunities for personal and professional advancement, university incentives and advancement, how to put it all together, faculty responsibilities, responsible study abroad seminar, the student-faculty relationship, fostering student learning abroad, the role of the study abroad office in faculty-led programs, and more.