Call#: Van Pelt Library HV8593 .R44 2007
Call#: Van Pelt Library HV8599.A4 L39 2008
"The chart on this page indicates the rapid growth of telephone connections, measured as numbers of voice paths, across the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The first transatlantic telephone cables were laid in 1956 and 1957, providing fewer than a hundred voice paths. By 1996, cable lines were providing a million and a quarter voice paths, and satellite another three quarters of a million (Held et al, 1999: 343, citing Staple, 1996)."
The Role of Language in the Internationalisation of Higher Education: an example from Portugal
VINCENT KERKLAAN, GILLIAN MOREIRA, KEES BOERSMA (2008)
European Journal of Education 43 (2) , 241–255
Discusses the increased need for Portuguese language instruction in an increasingly international University.