MLFTC international initiatives and partnerships aim to design context- and culture-specific innovations that advance quality, inclusive education and address global sustainability challenges. The college is taking a leadership role in collaborating with global partners on initiatives such as open, distance and e-learning; higher education internationalization; global education workforce; global learning metrics; and education for sustainable development.
Turn it Around! Flashcards for Education Futures Initiative
Turn It Around! Flashcards for Education Futures engages students, youth, artists and activists to reimagine the role of education in shaping more sustainable and ecologically just futures, expressed in artistic ways.The project is produced by the Artists’ Literacies Institute and artist and Creative Producer Adriene Jenik, in partnership with researchers Iveta Silova and Ann Nielsen from Arizona State University, and with the support of Open Society Foundations and UNESCO’s Futures of Education initiative.
Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program e-Learning Initiative
This partnership between Arizona State University, USIU-Africa and the Mastercard Foundation supports learning institutions in the global Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program network to develop capabilities and resilience to deliver high-quality and inclusive e-learning and related supports so as to enable all students, including those who face additional barriers, to successfully pursue their studies from anywhere. The initiative seeks to change policy, develop practices and build resources that create favorable conditions for scalable, sustainable online education.