Faculty Resources

The Global Learning Office is excited to share some great resources for CPCC departments and faculty.

Request a Speaker

If your department or faculty is interested in hearing from a global expert, the Global Learning Office will be happy to serve as conduit for these programs.

Additional opportunities to request a speaker from organizations including the Peace Corps and Cultural Vistas, are available here.

Globalize Your Class

Globalizing curriculum ensures students develop the global competencies and skills needed for the 21st century workforce and to thrive in a world that is increasingly globally connected. It is also an integral part of the NC Scholars for Global Distinction program. If you are interested in globalizing your course, please see the guidelines here. The Global Learning Office is developing a Learning Community to support this effort.

NCLOR - The North Carolina Learning Object Repository provides a centralized location for the acquisition, collection, sharing, and management of quality learning resources for all teachers in North Carolina. The site hosts plethora of resources to add international learning to your classroom.


Professional Development

The Global Learning Office hosts PD sessions throughout the semester on a variety of topics to promote comprehensive internationalization. See LearnerWeb and the GLO Events page for upcoming opportunities.

Globalization in the Classroom Learning Community - Faculty interested in globalizing their classes are invited to join a learning community to support the process, and earn PD credit.


Relevant International Organizations

WorldView - World View is a program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that equips K-12 and community college educators with global knowledge, best practices and resources to prepare students to live in an interconnected and diverse world. Through professional development and outreach services, WorldView helps educators add a global perspective to their classrooms. In addition to the NC Scholars of Global Distinction Program, WorldView provides numerous resources and opportunities to CPCC faculty:

  • Community college resources
  • Regional training opportunities – faculty can attend WorldView fall and spring seminars. Contact GLO if you are interested in attending.

    World Affairs Council of Charlotte - A local non-profit focusing on education and discussion of world affairs, WACC hosts numerous programs and events each year including WorldQuest, the World Citizen Award, and a variety of international speaker series.

    NAFSA - The NAFSA: Association of International Educators is the leading organization committed to international education and exchange to build global citizens. NAFSA offers extensive professional resources including workshops, seminars and annual conferences.

    CCID - Community Colleges for International Development helps institutions further internationalization initiatives and develop globally competent workers


    Be a Friend of GLO

    Email the global.learning@cpcc.edu to join the Friends of GLO distribution list. You will receive emails about upcoming events and opportunities, both on and off campus.