Just How Long is Too Long: Finding the Sweet Spot for Various Mobility Scenarios

Just How Long is Too Long: Finding the Sweet Spot for Various Mobility Scenarios

January 17, 2022
 

The How Long is Too Long (HLiTL) consortium is pleased to invite you to the upcoming online event “Just How Long is Too Long: Finding the Sweet Spot for Various Mobility Scenarios” that will take place on February 7th, 2022 from 14:00 to 17:00 (CET).

This online event is developed around time and duration as essential factors in the design of various international student mobility opportunities. As the student mobility typology is developing quickly between the poles of physical and virtual as well as short and long-term, the question of the optimal design of various mobility types arises. The event will not only provide participants with the opportunity to learn about the project findings but also to discuss the aspect of length with like-minded peers in various breakout sessions hosted by HLiTL experts.

Participation is free of charge.

Save your spot today and register here!

Agenda in brief:

14:00 - 14:15Welcome – Presentation of the agenda and speakers; project overview
Johannes Weinreich, UMarburg
14:15 - 15:00Impulse talks: review of the main findings of the project with a focus on duration and length of student mobility opportunities
HLiTL staff
15:00 - 15:15Presentation of the focal points of the group work sessions and division into groups (participants move to breakout rooms)
Facilitators: Johannes Weinreich (UMarburg), HLiTL staff
15:15 - 16:00Group work and discussion based on key questions directed by HLiTL consortium members. All participants have the opportunity to dial into a focus group.
HLiTL staff
16:00 - 16:30 Wrap-up and closing discussion: presentations of group work
Johannes Weinreich, UMarburg
16:30 - 17:00 Get-together and informal exchange via interactive virtual space

 

The HLiTL project aims to enable Higher Education leaders to adapt and improve their mobility strategies, fostering mobility schemes with the greatest impact on students’ key competences, including mobility schemes mixing distant learning and physical mobility (blended learning) and broader mobility for all types of students. To learn more about the project visit the website.