Guidelines

Leask, B. (2012). Internationalisation of the Curriculum in Action. Fellowship report. Funded by the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, Sydney.
http://www.olt.gov.au/resource-internationalisation-curriculum-action-2012

A suite of enduring resources to assist institutions to achieve internationalisation goals, seven key findings and four recommendations for future activity have resulted from this Fellowship. A repository for the Fellowship outputs and an enduring resource for those seeking to internationalise the curriculum can be found at:
http://www.ioc.global

A six page summary, Internationalisation of the Curriculum in Action – A Guide, has also been produced.
http://global.umn.edu/icc/documents/12_lecture_leask_Internationalisation_of_curriculum_article.pdf

Leask, B. and Wallace, J. (2011). Good practice report. Learning and teaching across cultures.  Projects funded by the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching and the Australian Learning and Teaching Council from 2006–2012.
http://www.olt.gov.au/resource-good-practice-report-learning-and-teaching-across-cultures-2011

Report also at:
http://www.ieaa.org.au/resources/learning-teaching-across-cultures
with links to the complete guide and separate guides:

LeedsBeckett University (2003). World-wide Horizons Cross-Cultural Capability & Global Perspectives Guidelines for Curriculum Review.
http://www.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/publications/files/Cross_Cultural_Capability_Guidelines.pdf
This document presents guidelines for curriculum review, as discussed in Aim 5 of the Leeds Metropolitan University Corporate Plan1. The document makes specific the linkages between cross-cultural capability and global perspectives, and indicates how these relate to internationalisation, diversity, widening participation and sustainability. The document has three sections: 1. An introduction to cross-cultural capability and global perspectives, and their relevance as graduate attributes for the twenty-first century in a university seeking to achieve an ethos which is both international and multi-cultural. 2. Key questions for course review, supported by example responses. 3. Practical help for course review teams, which includes a proforma for review, practical tips provided by Teacher Fellows from across the University, and related internet links.