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Open Virtual Mobility Skills by Ilona Buchem, Beuth University of Applied Sciences

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  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. EADTU Peer Learning Activity - Virtual mobility, Maastricht (NL), 12 December 2018 Prof. Dr. Ilona Buchem, Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany Open Virtual Mobility Skills
  2. 2. Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership (2017 - 2020) http://www.openvirtualmobility.eu Ilona Buchem | Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus
  3. 3. Ilona Buchem | Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus
  4. 4. formal semi-formal informal institutional agreement e. g. European Virtual Exchange project (EPFL, Sorbonne) recognition of credits e. g. earning ECTS tracks in MOOCs (iversity, open HPI) no agreement and no recognition of credits e. g. InterCult (DE, FR, HU, BR, US), TalkTech (RO, US) Ilona Buchem | Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus
  5. 5. seminars programs internships labs networks modules campus lectures summer schools
  6. 6. • Scalability. Different forms of VM can engage more students as there are less barriers for (virtual) mobility. • Flexibility. Informal VM can be applied in a wider variety of contexts and can enhance the uptake of formal VM. • Collaboration. Informal VM fosters collaborative learning spaces and communities of learning. Benefits of “opening” Virtual Mobility
  7. 7. OpenVM in line with Open Education Source: https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/open-education

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Open Virtual Mobility Skills by Ilona Buchem, Beuth University of Applied Sciences

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  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. EADTU Peer Learning Activity - Virtual mobility, Maastricht (NL), 12 December 2018 Prof. Dr. Ilona Buchem, Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany Open Virtual Mobility Skills
  2. 2. Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership (2017 - 2020) http://www.openvirtualmobility.eu Ilona Buchem | Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus
  3. 3. Ilona Buchem | Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus
  4. 4. formal semi-formal informal institutional agreement e. g. European Virtual Exchange project (EPFL, Sorbonne) recognition of credits e. g. earning ECTS tracks in MOOCs (iversity, open HPI) no agreement and no recognition of credits e. g. InterCult (DE, FR, HU, BR, US), TalkTech (RO, US) Ilona Buchem | Open Virtual Mobility | www.openvirtualmobility.eu | @openVM_erasmus
  5. 5. seminars programs internships labs networks modules campus lectures summer schools
  6. 6. • Scalability. Different forms of VM can engage more students as there are less barriers for (virtual) mobility. • Flexibility. Informal VM can be applied in a wider variety of contexts and can enhance the uptake of formal VM. • Collaboration. Informal VM fosters collaborative learning spaces and communities of learning. Benefits of “opening” Virtual Mobility
  7. 7. OpenVM in line with Open Education Source: https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/open-education

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