This advanced course on academic cooperation across cultures uses and builds on the vocabulary and concepts introduced in the Basic Competences course. It is complementary to the advanced courses on corporate communication and cooperation.
Academic contexts can differ hugely from one another. Differences can be at play at the level of institutional organization, teaching methods, teacher-student dynamics, expectations toward researchers, writing traditions, and more. This advanced course introduces topics that should be taken into account when working across different academic contexts.
After the introduction you will watch a video presentation with pictures or text and audio narration: Cooperating across academic cultures and contexts (7:18'). In the assignment, you will assess concrete situations you encounter in your cross-cultural academic cooperation.
Most people take around 45' to 1 hour to complete this course (11 parts).