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Title: Innovative models for collaboration and student mobility in Europe
Author: Ubachs, George
Souto, Esther
Anguera Iglesias, Carme
Vanelven, Katrien
Koch, Susanne
Bottin-Rousseau, Sabine
Lerkkanen, Jukka
Thaler, Ingrid
Sussenbach, Marinke
Guth, Sarah
Moser Mercer, Barbara
Others: European Association of Distance Teaching Universities (EADTU)
Keywords: virtual mobility
student mobility
Europe
Erasmus +
Issue Date: May-2019
Publisher: EADTU
Also see: https://eadtu.eu/documents/Innovative_Models_for_Collaboration_and_Student_Mobility_in_Europe.pdf
Abstract: This report is based on new developments in higher education and international collaboration as collected by EADTU's Task Force and Peer Learning Activity on Virtual Mobility. The result is a report on three types of collaboration mobility: physical, blended and online. Main parameters for innovative education and mobility formats are defined as well as basic principles of international course and curriculum design. Examples illustrate the complete opportunity space between fully face to face and fully online collaboration. They relate to mobility within single courses, exchange mobility (classical Erasmus), networked programmes and mobility windows and joint programmes with embedded mobility. Mobility offers opportunities to institutions to strengthen their programmes and to students to enrich their study. They benefit from an international learning experience or following courses not provided by their own institution. The report shows concrete mobility schemes used in the membership (and beyond). It underpins policies for international networking and delivers tools to organise innovative education and mobility formats.
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/93586
ISBN: 978907930391
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