"The world only exists in your eyes. You can make it as big or as small as you want." - F. Scott Fitzgerald
A curation of learning encompasses "documenting, examining, and reflecting on [one's] global studies experiences in order to create value and meaning to be understood by the public. This process involves careful interpretation of the content and digital space to curate a meaningful exhibit." The curation of learning is broken up into four main topic areas:
1. Global Awareness 2. Language Proficiency 3. Cultural Competency 4. Civic Engagement
Through my curation of learning, I have explored and reflected upon my understanding of what it means to be a global citizen and how my identity has been shaped by the courses I have taken as a Global Studies major.