IDP Education Australia: Student Resources
IDP Education Australia is an independent not-for-profit organisation. This website contains useful links regarding opportunities to work abroad, global international education and marketing trends and statistics, research databases etc. IDP provides student services through 89 offices in 36 countries, and worldwide through its Global Apply Online system. Many of these offices also offer IELTS testing. A useful resource; not sure if it fits in social responsibility.
IDP Education Australia
IDP Education Australia (IDP) is a world leader in international education and development services. Owned by 38 universities in Australia and representing all education sectors, IDP is an independent not-for-profit organisation. This website has various links regarding opportunities to work abroad, global international education and marketing rends and statistics, research databases etc.
A useful source.
Wondering how to cater for different learning styles? Do your students need to be more culturally sensitive? ISANA is the representative body for professionals in Australia and New Zealand who work in international student services, advocacy, teaching and policy development in international education. Their website contains lots of useful resources and links.
Civics and Citizenship Education
Civics and Citizenship: Australia's pre-eminent civics and citizenship education web portal. A Department of Education, Science and Training website.
This University of San Diego website contains some good references to links in ethical theory, resources (including streamed videos in RealPlayer format) and applied ethics.
Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics
The Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics (AAPAE) encourages awareness of applied ethics as a significant area of concern, and fosters discussion of issues in applied ethics. This site contains links to other professional sites on ethics.
Some good links available.
AIESEC (Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales) is represented in over 800 universities in 89 countries and territories. It aims to assist young people to discover and develop their potential so as to have a positive impact in society. AISEC runs more than 350 conferences, provide 3,500 work abroad opportunities and offer 5,000 leadership positions to their members each year. AISEC is a great way to build personal networks and to get involved with like-minded people. This is a good site.