One of the outcomes of Indiana University's Framing the Global project is a series of books exploring various aspects of "the global."
The first book -- Framing the Global: Entry Points for Research -- came out in May. It features a chapter from each of the Framing the Global fellows which explains their particular research perspective.
The book was published by Indiana University Press (all the books in the series will be). You can buy it here.
I'm in the process of putting together teaching resources at our website that are connected to specific book chapters. There will also be a section (eventually) designed to help educators think about how to teach the whole book.
I started work on the project just as I began working on my dissertation and it's been interesting, and enlightening, to have access to the ideas and approaches the book discusses.
Other books in the series should be rolling out in the not too distant future.