The online conference “Beyond traditional mobility: new perspectives offered by digital technology” will take place online on June 21st from 14:00 to 16:30 CEST. The event will shed light on new mobility typologies, particularly, those with a virtual component (virtual exchange and blended mobility).
This event is organised by the coordinator of the How Long is Too Long project, the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, and will focus on practical approaches and best practices among the partners of the HLITL project, including the implementation of a joint online course, the state of play of digital tools used by partners, and surveys conducted among students and staff.
The aim of the project is to enable Higher Education leaders to adapt and improve their mobility strategies, fostering mobility schemes with the greatest impact on students’ key competences (multilingualism, digital competences, interpersonal skills, sense of European citizenship and cultural awareness), including mobility schemes mixing distance learning and physical mobility (blended learning).
Participation is free of charge and registration is open until June 15th.