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Type of publication: Knyga / Book
Title: Virtual mobility for teachers and students in higher education : comparative research study on virtual mobility
Extent: 120 p.
Publishing data: Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Date: 2011
Keywords: Virtual mobility;Higher education;Virtual learning
ISBN: 978-609-467-335-1
Abstract: The study you are reading provides some of the theoretical background and practical ideas how virtual mobility case can be prepared and organized in order for students and teachers to benefit from learning in virtual multicultural environment. The study consists of two parts – the theoretical background, necessary for understanding of virtual mobility and its realization components (curriculum, scenario, and tools) and empirical part description of TeaCamp project virtual mobility case. The first part “Virtual mobility phenomenon – educational perspective” consists of 5 chapters that analyze theoretical background of virtual mobility concept (Chapter 1), virtual mobility curricula design (Chapters 2 and 3), learning scenarios for virtual mobility (Chapter 4), and virtual mobility tools (Chapter 5). The chapters were prepared by project partners that were the experts in the indicated areas. Based on the theoretical analysis a study module was created and delivered by international, multi-institutional group of teachers for international, multi-institutional group of students. The module was a virtual mobility case in the study and the implemented research on module preparation and organization, attitude towards virtual mobility and its recognition possibilities were analysed. The research methodology and organization (Part 2. Chapter 1) together with the research results and analysis (Part 2. Chapter 2) are discussed in the second part of the study “Empirical research design and analysis”.
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