What is the purpose of this toolkit?
The scientific cooperation mobility e-toolkit is a special online interactive educational platform focusing on improving teaching and learning competencies for international mobility. It is a multi-functional space, the interactive platform is an open-access online resource facility designed to improve the international mobility competencies of educators and students in Higher Education. It is designed to yield both immediate and long-term outputs. The toolkit focuses on Ethics, Communication, Digital and Learning Strategies as well as on the important competencies throughout the mobility process. The main language is English, but the toolkit itself was also translated into the partner’s languages as French, Greek, Croatian, German and Czech. The material used in the toolkit is from Open Educational Resources (OER) material. OER are learning, teaching and research materials in any format and medium that reside in the public domain or are under the copyright that has been released under an open license, that permits no-cost access, re-use, re-purpose, adaptation and redistribution by others.
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How to use the toolkit?
We developed a Mobility Toolkit to support academicians, administrators, students and others in their competencies for international mobilities. It contains links to a selection of already existing theories, practical guides and articles that have been selected in the research period of the project as most useful. There are several ways how to use it. See the video below and you will find answers to the following questions.
What is the toolkit for?
How do I access and surf the toolkit?
What do I do with the information?
Who is it for?
The toolkit was created for people who want to improve their competencies, as it is for:
- academic staff
- stake holders
This toolkit is an output of the project WITEA-ID (Weeks of International Teaching – Inclusive and Digital), which is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission. The aim was to bring an innovative approach to internationalization in higher education in the digital environment. More information about the project is at https://witea-id.eu/.