Internationalisation in higher education institutions is often focused on the movement of studentsattracting international students to study on campus and in country and encouraging domestic students to study abroad. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) bring a new dimension to the internationalisation of higher education. They are increasingly being used to enhance the quality of learning of all students. ICTs offer many opportunities to internationalise the curriculum and the learning experiences of students, but they also provide challenges because academics teach a more diverse range of students in a more complex and diverse teaching and learning environment. This article explores the intersections between internationalisation outcomes, ICTs and the planned curriculum, and the implications of these for professional development and student support.
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