Four Directions to Mobility Access Pathway (MAP) Programming

This wholistic ‘four directions’ project reflects Mi’kmaq tradition to directly strengthen academic programming for indigenous, low-income, and students requiring greater accommodations or accessibility as part of an innovative global Mobility & Access Pathway (MAP) Program. The first direction focuses on innovative wrap around supports improving accessibility, the second direction provides for virtual mobility experience through […]

Skills for Global Innovators

The ‘Skills for Global Innovators’ project uses an endogenous concept of collaboration that connects the Agricultural Campus to its environs through credit, certificate and microcredit course offerings inclusive of an International Learning Experience (ILE) for two historically marginalized communities in Nova Scotia – Mi’kmaq and Black/African Nova Scotians (ANS). It engages internal and external partners, […]

Lu’gwejg – Strengthening Indigenous Student Access Pathway throught global mobility

The Lu’gwejg project strengthened the Indigenous Students Access Pathway (ISAP) program through student-centered design, indigenous knowledge sharing, integration of global education curricula and exploration of ways to increase diversity of destination countries through responsive and strategic international partner selection. It tested innovative approaches in developing the first Mobility Access Pathway (MAP) component of Collaborative Online […]

COIL Laying the Cornerstone for Global Mobility in Diploma Programs

The COIL project introduced a laddered approach to international learning experiences (the Mobility Access Pathway (MAP)) with COIL as the corner stone, a first step to creating opportunities for students and faculty to commit to international mindedness and increased global engagement. COIL activities included (a) delivery of COIL training and resources to faculty in preparation […]