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
The INTENT project team is happy to announce that the www.unicollaboration.eu platform is now officially open to practitioners from universities around the world. The platform will allow university educators and mobility coordinators to find partner-classes and resources for their online intercultural exchange projects and initiatives. The platform has been developed with the financing of the European Commission's Lifelong Learning project INTENT. You can view a short guided tour of the platform here: http://youtu.be/rzKK5A-9fUM
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