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Globalizing your Course Design

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

2:20 PM - 3:35 PM

Center for Teaching Excellence
Thomas Cooper Library, Room L511


Do you have plans to develop and implement globally-themed content into your course? Are you interested in the International Education Week Faculty Mini-Grant? In this hands-on workshop, you will learn what is included in a globalized course design and how to implement these themes through incorporation of global content in your learning objectives, activities and assignments.



Casey Carroll
Instructional Developer, Center for Teaching Excellence

Casey Carroll is an instructional developer with the Center for Teaching Excellence at USC. Casey is responsible for working with the instructional design team to support faculty who are teaching online, producing technology-enabled course materials and assisting with quality assurance course reviews. Prior to joining CTE, Casey designed curriculum for professional training and leadership development. Casey has also taught First-Year English and English as a Second Language at the University of South Carolina. He holds a master’s degree in linguistics from USC and a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and psychology from Pacific Lutheran University.

Julie Medlin
Internationalization Programming Coordinator, International Student Services

Julie Medlin is a programming coordinator, with a Masters of Arts in Linguistics from USC. She joined the International Student Services (ISS) team in 2014. Her roles at ISS include teaching Carolina Intercultural Training, managing the Thinking Globally Ambassador program and coordinating International Education Week (every 3rd week of November) for USC.  In her 8 years of working in international education, Julie has been an immigration advisor, taught ESL, coordinated grants projects for international visitors and assisted with international student services. She has visited more than 17 countries, including India, Puerto Rico, Ethiopia, Oman and Italy. On a trip to Oman in 2012, Julie began studying Arabic and Arab culture.



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