Registration is now open for the INTENT project's free workshops on how to engage university classrooms in online intercultural exchange. Find one near you and sign up today. Places are limited: http://intent-project.eu/?q=node/36
View this presentation on the INTENT project and our European survey which was presented at the University of Limerick on 1 June 2012 by Robert O'Dowd.
Many primary and secondary schools around the world have benefited from networks such as etwinnning (http://www.etwinning.net) and ePals (http://www.epals.com/) to bring their learners into contact with partner classes using Web 2.0 communicative tools. This activity, often referred to as telecollaboration or Online Intecultural Exchange, is also practised at university level but practitioners often encounter many practical and administrative barriers, including difficulties in finding partners, misalignment of academic calendars, differing assessment procedures and divergent attitudes to ICT.
With this in mind, this presentation introduces our INTENT project (www.intent-project.eu) which is funded by the European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme.
The second of the INTENT project's four regional workshops on telecollaboration and using the www.uni-collaboration.eu platform took place on Friday 5 April at the University of Grenoble in France. Over 35 participants from France, Switzerland, Belgium and Morocco took part in the event. Find out about our two remaining workshops in Poland and the UK here: http://intent-project.eu/?q=node/36
Based on our survey and collection of case studies of telecollaborative activity in European universities, the INTENT team is happy to publish here the executive summary and full report "University Classes Collaborating Online".
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