Transnational education (TNE) provides an efficient way of licensing resources to your students overseas, reducing duplication of effort and minimising the time spent negotiating with publishers for offshore users of content.
The constant changes in the digital world can have a huge impact on higher and further education services - now, more than ever, it is crucial to consider your institution’s global strategy.
Transnational education is useful for higher education institutions that:
Need support in the provision of an equitable student experience
Have strategic plans to become global players in the education market
Benefits to your organisation
Transnational education licensing can:
Bring efficiencies, transparency and consistency of terminologies to the sector through a single licensing approach
Represent an insurance policy for libraries providing licensed content to students as part of partnership agreements
Be a source of fast track ad-hoc expert advice and guidance
Provide iterative TNE Consortium negotiation with publishers
License content through agreements with publishers which address HE sector’s TNE requirements
Provide a decision tool and fast track support to understand local scenarios and outcomes
Offer an audit of your current local offshore scenarios identifying areas of concern
Enable easy access to HESA aggregate offshore record data