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[EADTU & Open VM Webinar] Virtual Mobility Webinar for Universities and European University Alliances

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Presentation of Deborah Arnold and Gerard Casanova from Aunege during Webinar EADTU & Open VM on Friday 19 June 2020

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[EADTU & Open VM Webinar] Virtual Mobility Webinar for Universities and European University Alliances

  1. 1. Disclaimer: The creation of these resources has been (partially) funded by the ERASMUS+ grant program of the European Union under grant no. 2017-1-DE01-KA203-003494. Neither the European Commission nor the project's national funding agency DAAD are responsible for the content or liable for any losses or damage resulting of the use of these resources. Virtual Mobility Webinar for Universities and European University Alliances OpenVM Self Assessment Tool
  2. 2. EADTU Webinar 19th June 2020 Plan: Open VM project output 4 Main features Concept Learning paths through self-assessment and MOOCS Guided practice: e-assessment tool Feedback and discussion
  3. 3. Project Outputs (O1 - O7) Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus
  4. 4. Main features Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus Based on the virtual mobility skills framework Usable by students and by teachers Useful to choose an OpenVM MOOC Available in 7 languages
  5. 5. Concept Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus • that developed in Erasmus+ project eLene4work • the definition of competence as a sometimes complex set of ‘savoir-agir’, in other words knowing how to act (Tardif, 2017) Concept based on • is described in the form of knowing how to act • can thus be evaluated by the users of the tool Each skill or subskill • includes statements associated with a four-level Lickert scale. • two positive levels (fully agree, agree) • two negative levels (fully disagree, disagree) The self- assessment tool The statements describe the activities and behaviours associated with virtual mobility skills. If the user thinks that they are able to realise all or part of it, they will answer positively on the Lickert scale and otherwise negatively.
  6. 6. Learning paths through self-assessment and MOOCS Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus Sub-MOOC … 8 Sub-MOOC Digital and media literacy Sub-MOOC Intercultural skills Sub-MOOC Self-regulated- learning Self- assessment tool for each persona if choice of mini mooc is not imposed. Foundation level (Moodle course) Intermediate level (Moodle course) Advanced level (Moodle course) Pre-assessment e-assessment 1 Course completion Badge 1 e-assessment 2 Course completion Badge 2 e-assessment 3 Course completion Badge 3
  7. 7. Launch of the OpenVM Learning Hub in 2019 Link https://hub.openvirtualmobility.eu/ Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus
  8. 8. Choose the course where the tool is implemented Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus
  9. 9. Select the skill you want to assess Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus
  10. 10. Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus Select your language • Among 7 Select your status • student • teacher
  11. 11. Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus Fill in the survey by indicating for each statement whether you agree or disagree
  12. 12. Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus View the report
  13. 13. Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus FEEDBACK and CONCLUSIONS

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