ISSN 0379-7724, Online ISSN: 1469-8358
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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From the Editors
Services 2000: Education and Training
Honeck, Dale B.
Supranational Organizations and Transnational Education
The Bologna Declaration: Enhancing the Transparency and Competitiveness of European Higher Education
van der Wende, Marijk C.
New Zealand as a Provider of Transnational Education
Global Partnerships: The Continuing Education System of the American Institute of Architects
Accreditation, Job Opportunities, and Professional Application for Canadian Teachers Trained in Australia
Opportunity and Risk in Transnational Education—Issues in Planning for International Campus Development: An Australian Perspective
McBurnie, Grant; Pollock, Anthony
How Administrators Can Influence Student University Selection Criteria
Patton, H. Lois
Global On-line Learning: Hope or Hype?
Gladieux, Lawrence E.
Quality Courses: Crucial Elements in Providing ''State of the Art'' Education Via the Web
Providing Intellectual Resources Through Technology to Transnational Virtual Universities: Good Practice and Lessons Learned from World-class Examples
Garten, Edward D.
African Higher Education and Training: Opportunities and Challenges
Ekhaguere, G. O. S.
Global, Social, and Economic Influences on the Access Policies of South African Higher Education
Koorts, Albertus Samuel
Transnational Education in the Slovak Republic: Threat or Challenge?
Higher Education in Indonesia and the Role of Transnational Education
Tadjudin, M. K.
Communicative Action for Reforming University Education: Comments from a Sri Lankan Case Study
Williams, Mark Campbell; Gunatunge, Sunil R.
Assessing Cross-cultural Competence in Transnational Education: The Intercultural Development Inventory
The Importance of Being Flexible with Assignment Deadlines
Patton, Mark Allan
Language and Cultural Issues for English-as-a-Second/Foreign Language Students in Transnational Educational Settings
Notes on Contributors