Courses so identified incorporate global learning, which means WSU students have the opportunity to learn collaboratively with students, professors and experts at overseas universities, institutions and businesses via Internet resources such as videoconferencing, threaded discussions, blogs and chat sessions. The focus of such activities is on the development of intercultural communication and collaboration competence. Third Place Learning may be practiced during some of the global learning courses. These courses help prepare students to live in an increasingly interconnected, diverse and interdependent world. For more information about global learning, visit the Global Learning website, or contact Glyn Rimmington by calling (316) 978-6140 or email: email@example.com.