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How to increase students' mobility in Europe

How to increase students' mobility in Europe

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    • Virtual mobility supportE - L EARNING T ASK F ORCE and development ACADEMIC NETWORK EXPERIENCE Elena Caldirola - University of Pavia Jacek Urbaniec - Krakow Jagiellonian University STHESCA – Science, Technology, Higher Education and Society in the Conceptual Age Krakow, Poland – July 5-7-2011
    • E-Learning Task Force Mission Statement • To support the Coimbra Group rectors and senior university staff in the development of strategies for effective use of ICT in education. • To co-ordinate the creation of central information sources on current projectsAssociation of long and developments in Coimbra Group universities in the area of e-learning and established make that available to the Coimbra Group universities and their staff. European • To make contact with (senior) staff in Coimbra Group universities with multidisciplinary responsibility for the area of e-learning and create networks for sharinguniversities of high information and for collaboration international • To disseminate good practice in e-learning through electronic and traditional standard mechanisms. • To work with groups and agencies with related missions and objectives to improve the interchange of information in the area of e-learning and to make this readily available to Coimbra Group universities. • To stimulate and interact with other Task Forces of the Coimbra Group. • To gain project funding, through the Coimbra Group Office, from EU and other sources to support the activities of the Task Force.
    • Scenario B P OLOGNA ROCESSHigher Education Priorities • "Mobility of staff, students andsocial dimension graduates is one of the core elementslifelong learning of the Bologna Process, creatingemployabilitystudent-centred opportunities for personal growth,learning developing international cooperationeducation, researchand innovation between individuals and institutions,international openness enhancing the quality of highermobility education and research, and givingdata collectionmultidimensional substance to the European dimension“.transparency tools;funding Ministers responsible for Higher Education in the countries participating in the Bologna Process, London Communiqué, May 2007
    • Scenario B P OLOGNA ROCESSHigher Education Priorities We call upon each country tosocial dimension increase mobility, to ensure its highlifelong learningemployability quality and to diversify its types andstudent-centredlearning scope. In 2020, at least 20% of thoseeducation, researchand innovation graduating in the European Higherinternational opennessmobility Education Area should have had adata collection study or training period abroad.multidimensionaltransparency tools; (2009 – Ministers in charge of Higher Education in the countries participatingfunding in the Bologna Process)
    • Exchange of e-coursesD ECENTRALIZED MODEL between CG universities education, research and innovation  N O CENTRAL employability STRUCTURE data collection multidimensional  NO EXTRA CENTRAL funding transparency tools E- PLATFORM lifelong learning NO CENTRAL CRITERIA FOR E- L ACTIVITIES student-centred international openness  O PTIONAL learning PARTICIPATION OF CG mobility UNIVERSITIES social dimension  O PEN TO OTHER U NIVERSITIES
    • Exchange of e-coursesD ECENTRALIZED MODEL between CG universities education, research and innovation  N O CENTRAL STRUCTURE A useful proposal for employability data collection multidimensional  NO NO EXTRA CENTRAL E- PLATFORM CENTRAL CRITERIA achieving goals of the funding lifelong learning transparency tools international openness FOR E- L ACTIVITIES student-centred  O PTIONAL PARTICIPATION OF UNIVERSITIES CG Bologna Process learning mobility social dimension  O PEN TO OTHER U NIVERSITIES Statements
    • Exchange of e-coursesD ECENTRALIZED MODEL between CG universities education, research and innovation  N O CENTRAL STRUCTURE A useful proposal for employability data collection multidimensional  NO NO EXTRA CENTRAL E- PLATFORM CENTRAL CRITERIA achieving goals of the funding lifelong learning transparency tools international openness FOR E- L ACTIVITIES student-centred  O PTIONAL PARTICIPATION OF UNIVERSITIES CG Bologna Process learning mobility social dimension  O PEN TO OTHER U NIVERSITIES Statements
    • PerspectivesTechnological infrastructures Second choice in respect of physical mobilityPilot projects andexperimentation Motivation(Being Mobile, REVE, Victorious, E- (Students/Teacher)Move, ecc.) ResourcesFoster inter-cultural exchange ECTS recognitionDigital learning literacies Examination[BOLOGNA process] Administrative process Quality of the VM course- LLL program- Employability Pedagogical models- Social dimension of HE