International Education Made Accessible to All


360 GLE™ (Global Learning Experiences) is an interactive platform featuring immersive international education content and experiences to supplement and enhance classrooms, while building globally competent and competitive students and making international education accessible to all.

The 360 GLE platform makes the world accessible to all, with an interactive user interface and an ever growing library of embedded content.

The 2021 – 2022 academic year currently includes:



















How does it work?

360 GLE – Institution Subscription Model

What’s included:

  • Unlimited Access
  • Unlimited Users
  • Faculty Professional Development Workshops & Training
  • Single sign-on & LMS Integration
  • Institution Pass: Global Learning Fest & Special IEW programming
  • Pre-made teaching materials: Course designs and lesson plans with learning outcomes and assessments
  • Each year, new global destinations featuring current / up-to-date, interactive multidisciplinary educational content
  • Discounted traditional faculty-led programs that are linked to 360 GLE units

Top ways institutions are using 360 GLE

1. Developing credit-bearing courses – As an example, take a moment to explore the popular course that Central Piedmont Community College has developed.

2. Offering non-credit courses through Continuing Education – We have a pre-built, stand alone course that you can adopt and offer to your community to drive tuition revenue and engage with your local lifelong learners.

3. Supplemental learning materials to enhance the curriculum and keep students engaged – Faculty have access to highly interactive, up-to-date, multidisciplinary educational content featuring experts in the field from across the globe that they can easily infuse into their courses.

4. Faculty Professional Development – Faculty are trained on how to use the educational technology to keep students highly engaged and enhance their courses. Additionally, faculty are connecting with the 360 GLE global experts from the field through live streaming sessions to bring global perspectives into their courses.

5. Enrollment Recruitment – Institutions are attracting concurrent / dual credit students from local highschools showcasing their global offerings and exciting technology infused courses.

6. Creating the Global Learning Lab – promoted campus-wide and allows unlimited access to your entire student body, institutions that are back on campus are hosting the Global Learning Lab at the study abroad office, or in the library, some with Oculus Quest VR goggles.

7. Promotion and recruitment for traditional study abroad. Institutions are building traditional faculty-led study abroad programs around the 360 GLE units to market and promote traditional experiences. Additionally using 360 GLE as a pre-trip / post-trip tool and as a study abroad pre-requisite. Even if it’s a different destination than you’re offering, it’s an effective way to inspire the students to explore the world. In student surveys from our IEW trial event, 99% of students responded that 360 GLE inspired them to travel to the destination.

8. Fulfilling Global Competency Requirements through 360 GLE and global live streaming sessions. The North Carolina Community College System is using 360 GLE as a solution for their NC Global Scholars of Distinction program from UNC Chapel Hill ensuring all students can access international education.

9. Variation of Freshman Orientation / College Success courses to introduce students to the institution’s study abroad offerings and global mission.

10. Equity Solution for campus-wide access to international education. Institutions are building programming during academic calendar breaks, International Education Week and National Study Abroad Day. Additionally, they’re converting the courses they offer with traditional faculty-led as a virtual option allowing more students the opportunity to enroll.

How are institutions funding 360 GLE subscriptions?

  1. Institution Foundation
  2. Continuing Education
  3. Academic Affairs
  4. Student Life / Student Activities
  5. Global Ed Office
  6. Honors College
  7. Library
  8. Online Learning
  9. Experiential Learning
  10. Departmental Budgets
  11. Faculty / Professional Development Budget
  12. IEP and extended learning
  13. Internal / External Institutional Grants
  14. OER Grants


To make a global education accessible to all. Our aim was to create a solution that would capture the educational experiences that students experience on traditional study abroad programs and recreate that into an immersive and interactive learning space. Institutions looking to create a global foundation on their campus need to be able to provide students and faculty with interactive experiences that are self-paced and accessible to everyone.

Yes, we understand faculty buy-in is essential and will provide workshops and training to your faculty to share with them best practices and how to easily and effectively incorporate 360 GLE into their courses. Our goal is to make sure each institution has a great success story.

Yes! Each year we feature new destinations from diverse global regions and produce up-to-date, multidisciplinary content to be used in the classroom and on campus. Our goal is to ensure that content is produced in diverse areas of study, allowing more faculty the opportunity of bringing global elements into their curriculum.

Yes, with your active institution subscription the content library and 360 GLE units will only grow and never expire. Each year your students and faculty will be able to access the previous year’s content while exploring the new destinations each year.

Subscription includes unlimited access.

Subscription includes unlimited users.


Anyone with your school email address.

365 days from activation.

Most institutions activate their subscription on July 1st to follow the fiscal calendar. However, this is 100% flexible and can be customized based on your needs.

360 Global is accessible on all web enabled devices – Smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop, smartboard and VR Goggles.

360 GLE is faculty driven, meaning we collect thorough feedback from all of the subscribed institutions on which global destinations and areas of study they’d like to see. We aim to feature a variety of destinations each year from diverse global regions featuring in-depth multidisciplinary content. A typical 360 GLE year could like this:

Latin America: Brazil
Europe: Spain
Africa: Ghana
Middle East: Israel / Palestine
Asia: Japan
Southeast Asia: Thailand


Yes, we can track who has registered, activated their account and logged into the platform.

Yes, our IT team will work with yours for seamless integration.

Yes, we currently have ADA level AA requirements and all of our content has captioning.


Yes. Faculty have access to the 360 GLE units as well as our continually growing video library featuring all of the content from 360 GLE as well as recorded live streaming sessions from across the globe.

Absolutely. This is a community effort. We collect feedback and requests from our subscribers each year and develop content that was requested by the majority.

Yes. A few programs are multilingual and are translated with captioning in English. We plan to produce experiences for foreign language classes due to demand. Currently featuring units in French, Spanish and Italian.

Tour sizes vary. We continue to dissect and create mini units that can be as long as 30 minutes. Other larger units are around 1 hour depending on the amount of scenes and length of videos. Faculty can assign individual scenes from units based on their needs.

No. We built 360 GLE with the vision of being accessible for all. You can access all content through any web enabled device.

Oculus Quest 2 for the quality, experience and price. Is Google cardboard a good solution? No. we don’t advise VR goggles that use the smart phone as the processor due to potential harm of vision.