EADTU and the UIB teams have been working closely together in Output 7 outcomes: both during the work process and intellectual drafts and for the celebration of the last Multiplier Event. And the result is another success, for which we also want to celebrate that the whole partnership has been particularly active and involved.
It was planned as a face-to-face session in Ibiza center of the University Balearic Islands but the COVID-19 crisis made us to move online. The experience has been a total success and we had an impressive participation of more than 300 attendees and a powerful program full of relevant topics and experiences.
EADTU held the event and programmed the first session whereas OpenVM designed the second day of sessions. For the first day, many interesting and innovative experiences on VM were presented and the programe with slides and video-recording can be found here.
On 19th June, we all collaborated to present our outcomes and how our main products can be useful for those teachers, students and stakeholders preparing a VM experience. We have also presented the creation of a a Special Interest Group, chaired by EADTU, to lead the work for the coming next five years. You can see the video-recording of the whole session here and the following slides for each presentation:
10.20 Session 2. OpenVM OpenVM E+ project presentation and quality introduction, Ilona Buchem, Beuth University of Applied Sciences (Germany)
OpenVM framework of skills Output 1. Kamakshi Rajagopal (KU Leuven, Belgium) and Olga Firssova (Open University, Netherlands)
OpenVM Learning Hub Output 2 Diana Andone, Timisoara University (Rumania)
OpenVM Competency Directory Output 3 Johannes Konnert, University of Applied Sciences Fulda (Germany)
OpenVM Self Assessment Tool Output 4 Gerard Casanova and Deborah Arnold, AUNEGe (France)
OpenVM Digital Credentials Output 5 Ilona Buchem, Beuth University of Applied Sciences (Germany) and Chiara Carlino, CINECA (Italy)
OpenVM MOOC & Pilot Output 6 Antonella Poce and Francesca Amenduni, University of RomaTre (Italy)
OpenVM Sustainability workshop Output 7. Gemma Tur, University of the Balearic Islands (Spain)
So, you are invited to submit your work on VM! We are proud to announce the release of a special issue in the Spanish journal EDUTEC (EDUTEC & UIB) on VM: Virtual mobility: opening up educational mobilities (deadline: 20th November 2020).
See call for papers: