As J Paul Getty once said: “In times of rapid change, experience could be your worst enemy.” That’s certainly how it can feel in the world of global education today where the parameters and paradigms of the past can rapidly feel redundant.
In Barton Carlyle’s new e-book, called No Going Back, that you can download for free here, we examine how issues such as geopolitics and soft diplomacy influence the development of the higher education sector.
You will also find sections devoted to the power of a shared global purpose, the rapid emergence of Latin America and discover voices from across the globe on the issues that matter for anyone involved in global education today.
Our new book features articles and insights from a number of colleagues in the international education field. All the contributions are focussed on considerations of the future, with the idea […]
As Barton Carlyle invites initial abstracts and ideas for submissions for “No Going Back”…Part Three, Review group member Delia Heneghan gives her views about the project. In this short video, […]
Barton Carlyle is welcoming initial abstracts and ideas for submissions for “No Going Back”…Part Three. Review Group member James Richardson has shared a few ideas about what he will be […]